Tuesday, November 8, 2011

The Unquiet Dead

Great minds, and all that. Anthony Souza brings us a grave marker for the surprisingly popular Joseph Curwen, along with a tribute to Arthur Machen. I find the idea of sequentially dated tombstones for Curwen scattered across the United States, and the world, incredibly amusing.


Phil said...

I've enjoyed the last two entries, but these deserve extra props for the realistic weathering. Well done!

CoastConFan said...

Don’t forget H. P. Lovecraft’s stone: The first entry is from the excellent website Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=1188

Here’s a great site about making faux tombstones: http://www.hectorturner.com/halloween/lovecraft.html

Here is an blog about a very odd encounter of a photographer at Lovecraft’s grave site:

Alex Kaeda said...

CoastConFan, you and Propnomicon are such a source of amazing links and inspiration (because of you two, my next event is going to be vastly better than my last event)

I appreciate your responses here and look forward to them all the time. I really need to add your blog to my list of pages to check daily.

*bookmarks CoastConFan's blog*