Return to Horror Hotel!!!

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Only, I wouldn’t… Return to Horror Hotel… once was enough. Yeah. Kyle and I discuss this horror movie anthology. Short horror films that take place at one hotel. I’m sure some people would like this film. All I can say is that it wasn’t for me.

In other news…

I have a Horror Shorts anthology available for free! If you download it, read it, and leave an honest review, before October 24th, 2019, you will be eligible to have your name appear in one of the short stories to be later republished.

So to recap, 1) download it for free, 2) leave a review, and 3) possibly become a character in a story. Cool?

Excellent. Here is the link:  4 Shots of Horror!

Here’s the cover:

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And come see me in Guelph here:

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Have a great week! Be kind to everyone!

PODCAST and BOOK links:

Podcast:  Movies of the Damned!!

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And if you want us to talk about a movie, reach out to us on Twitter @damnedmovies.

Support my horror/thriller writing here:

The Bestselling Doll House  and;

Horror Talks top ten horror books of 2018, The Tracker and;

end of the world novella titled, Balance and;

The newest book is now available for preorder, Off the Grid!

Zombieland!! That’s right! (Ancient Rome stuff, too.)

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We’re creeping up on episode 50, aren’t we? The time flew by, that’s for sure. Enough of that! Listen in as we discuss an end of the world zombie film with scheming humans trying to out-scheme each other! And then join forces. And then become friends. Or do they?

Great film. Great acting.

Listen in here:

Podcast:  Movies of the Damned!!

YouTube it here: Movies of the Damned!! YouTube

Ancient Rome

Genius Engineering

The Romans had built Rome along the Tiber river, on the seven hills. Romans were very successful conquerors. Their population was growing very fast and the streets were getting cramped. It got so bad trying to walk in the streets that Julius Caesar made it a law that all wheeled transports and deliveries could only use the streets at night. Only foot traffic was allowed during the day.

 

All these people needed water. The Romans liked their public baths, their fountains, their gardens, and latrines. Some people even tapped into the aqueduct to bring the freshwater into their homes. The more wealthy people had to buy a license to do this, but the not so wealthy just did it themselves. As a consequence, not all the water made it to where it was supposed to go and a group of government employees would break up the illegal taps into the water supply.

Here is what the Romans built. Some of these ran for 57 miles and are still in use today.

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Incredible, isn’t it?

Support my books here:

The Bestselling Doll House  and;

Horror Talks top ten horror books of 2018, The Tracker and;

End of the world novella titled, Balance and;

The newest book is now available for preorder, Off the Grid!

Have a great week! Be kind to everyone!

 

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