The Black Order

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biltwellinc:

@bunnyyyrose with today’s reminder of how dog-gone important it is to wear your helmet

biltwellinc:

@bunnyyyrose with today’s reminder of how dog-gone important it is to wear your helmet

(via bigboyztoyz)

demoniality:

loveage-moondream:

Kings Cross Black Magic was released by Horwitz publications in 1965. According to the University of Ortago’s wonderful pulp fiction website, Attila Zohar was a pseudonym for James Holledge. Holledge was a former clerk who became part of the stable of in-house writers brought together by Horwitz in the early sixties. He wrote approximately 45 books between 1961 and 1970, most of them salacious journalistic tracks parading as sociological expose.

A reference to Rosaleen Norton, the Witch of King’s Cross.

demoniality:

loveage-moondream:

Kings Cross Black Magic was released by Horwitz publications in 1965. According to the University of Ortago’s wonderful pulp fiction website, Attila Zohar was a pseudonym for James Holledge. Holledge was a former clerk who became part of the stable of in-house writers brought together by Horwitz in the early sixties. He wrote approximately 45 books between 1961 and 1970, most of them salacious journalistic tracks parading as sociological expose.

A reference to Rosaleen Norton, the Witch of King’s Cross.