Them SpaceCrafts: Part 3 by Devin Holt Missed part 2? Read it here. I knew what to do as soon as I saw that map. The SpaceCraft Nikes were legendary. Word on Instagram was they only made 50 pairs, in a cross-promotion with Mistah F.A.B., the Warriors, and Google.
Most people don’t know much about the places in which they live, which is a travesty considering how interesting places like San Francisco are. But you know what the best way is to force some history on people? Murder. That’s why I went on the San Francisco Ghost Hunt
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I like danger and anything I can’t have. But I am afraid of ghosts. Historically, I’ve been able to evade the supernatural. But sometimes, because of our circumstances, we can’t always avoid what we don’t want. I spent the weekend at a San Francisco hostel in lower Nob Hill. My first
It’s Fall! Winter’s sneaky little sidekick is creeping up on us quickly. As I write this you may be chopping down a bundle of firewood to get you through the upcoming frozen hell of whatever place you live in. Fall hasn’t reached California yet. We are still blessed with jacket-optional
I have always loved having the bejesus scared out of me. When I was little I used to read the book Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark over and over which seemed to concern my Grandpa, who called me a ‘œghoul.’ I remember being a little offended by that,
It’s beginning to look a lot like Halloween. Riding through my neighborhood the other day, I started to see various Halloween decorations appearing on houses: a few ghosts hanging from nooses here, some spider webs and bats there. It’s kinda funny, no matter how old I get, seeing Halloween decorations
Hallowe’en may not be part of Japan’s culture, but that doesn’t mean they don’t like a good story about ghosties any less than the rest of us. In Japan, they’re known as yokai and come in all sorts of fun shapes and sizes. It would seem they decided to impart