Got bored, so I started fiddling around with the Disney Heroine doll, and ended up making a mermaid Esmeralda.
"Mermaids: The Body Found"Has anyone else recently watched that mockumentary? There's been a lot of rumors going around now; conspiracy theories and the sort that mermaids actually exist and the Navy has been keeping their existence secret for years now. What really makes me giggle though, is that a lot of people are so willing to buy into it that I've seen a lot of people spreading chain comments to "raise awareness for putting a stop to the Navy's sonar program because it's killing the whales and the mermaids."
I love mermaids a lot. They're my favorite mythological creatures, and the idea of them actually existing is a romantic one that I would love if it were true. But, "Mermaids: The Body Found"?
It's a fake, guys. A "mockumentary". A hoax. There was even a subtle disclaimer before the show started, stating that these were fictional events loosely based off of real whale beachings, and that the "scientists" were paid actors. And besides, the "camera phone" video at the end contained a mermaid that was very
Salem"Tell me, my girl," The dour-faced judge drawled, his face set in a scowl that would've made Arthur proud. "When did you become a witch?"
Amelia Jones's small breasts were practically heaving. She had never been so scared in her entire life, as short as it had been so far.
"I am not a witch, sir." She whimpered.
How had it come to this? It had only started out as a simple practice of the crafts Arthur had begun to teach her. He said he had seen a potential in her for magic and had begun to teach her. When he had sailed back to London, she had thought to practice a bit, so she could impress him when he came back. She liked hearing Arthur's praise.
Soon, among the village of Salem, she began to hear of the activities that Reverend Parris's girls had been engaging in, along with the household servant Tituba. Some of the girls said that Tituba had special powers, could foresee the future and tell you who your future husband would be. So Amelia decided to attend the midnight gatherings in t
"Honestly Alfie, it's not that scary, ya chicken."
Alfred Freedom Jones whimpered as he clutched the couch's throw pillow tightly and clasped his eyes shut. Why oh why did he always let his twin sister, Amelia Liberty Jones, talk him into watching these things? And why did it always seem like a good idea at the time? Couldn't possibly be the fact that Ami would jab at his ego, or that she could pose a threat to his man-card; he could just imagine the devilish glee she'd get out of telling their buddy Gilbert that Alfred F. Jones, self-proclaimed Badass Hero, was a total sissy when it came to horror movies. Amelia got some sort of sick pleasure out of coercing him into watching these things.
Tonight's nightmare fuel was a film on Netflix titled "Grave Encounters". The plot was fairly simple; a new paranormal investigation group, not unlike that of the "Ghost Adventures" crew, was filming their 6th episode inside an old, abandoned mental hospital, and once inside, the building