Keera. 21. Female (because apparently my icon is misleading, even though it's clearly Elvis). Whatever-sexual.This is my personal blog. It takes a lot of the spillover from my fandom blog, which is link I. above.
In case you hadn’t seen the wonder that is the tunnel uniform change from SCV’s 1985 show.
one of the first shows I remember watching as a little kid
I thought it was actually magic
So when I was little I lived in a different city, and I remember having a really good friend next door. He was older than me, and let me play video games sometimes, other times he let me watch him play. I remember him very distinctly, and I adored him,…
THERE ARE HUNDREDS. THOUSANDS. SO MUCH BAND
A "vampire grave" in Bulgaria holds a skeleton with a stake through its heart. It’s a skeleton from the 13th century. The remains once belonged to a man who was likely in his 40s. An iron rod had been hammered through his chest to keep the corpse from rising from the dead and disturbing the living. His left leg had also been removed and placed beside the corpse
At the time of the man’s death, vampires were perceived as a real threat in many Eastern European communities. People who died unusually—from suicide, for example—were sometimes staked to prevent them from coming back from the dead. (Source) (You may also like: Frankenstein Mummies)
me: *points at adult character who is taller, stronger and older than me* small child. must protect at all costs. shelter. very tiny
In the Old Burying Ground, in Beaufort, North Carolina, visitors frequently leave small gifts and trinkets at the unusual gravesite of the little girl buried in a barrel of rum. According to the legend, a young girl traveled to England with her father who promised the child’s mother to return her safely home.
Sadly, on the return journey, the young girl died at sea. Desperately wanting to keep his promise to return home with his daughter, the girl’s father purchased a barrel of rum from the ship’s captain. He placed his daughter’s lifeless body in the barrel of rum and returned her to Beaufort for burial at home. (Source)