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Mt. Gilead Mausoleum

October 7, 2010

Rivercliff Union Cemetery, Mt. Gilead, Ohio (the second orange-ish mausoleum I’ve seen)

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Sheb Wooley – Purple People Eater

Judy Garland – Purple People Eater (far superior version)

Jonathan Coulton – Creepy Doll

Radio Ad – The Thing That Couldn’t Die

Voltaire – Land of the Dead

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Wendy permalink
    October 7, 2010 10:38 pm

    Hey there….well I finally found it…ha! I kept clicking the blogger header and nothing would happen. Finally I got a clue and decided to just type the address in and change blogger to wordpress…that worked! :o)

    Nice to meet you. I will have to look around some. I’m loving the photos I’ve spotted so far….especially the Raven on the headstone! And I’m so happy that you like the music. I just love that kind of music, but I guess it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. So glad to find some others who enjoy it too! They have 3 other CD’s of Halloween themed music that is completely different altogether. Sort of spooky surf. Not even sure how to describe it really. I like it okay, but not nearly as good as this CD. They used lots of instruments and they really did a bang up job!

    I’m not extremely computer efficient, so I don’t know how to link to blogs that aren’t on blogger unless I just bookmark them in Firefox. So that is what I’ll do to yours! Thanks for stopping in. Have a great weekend! :o)

  2. Dane permalink
    October 9, 2010 7:45 pm

    Sorry I made it so hard to get to me! I’ve become a fast fan of your photography and taste in music, so I’ve bookmarked you for keeps too! Thanks for letting me know that the Moon-Rays’ other CDs are sort of surf-rocky – that’s something I’d want to know. I like surf rock okay, but much prefer swing.

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