The company keeping Poking Dead Things clean...
Twisted Willow is an organic bath and body company that believes in creating a quality, luxury product that is good for the body, mind, soul, and planet. All of our products are hand made in small batches, and fair trade. With the exception of a few scent oils, our products are also 100% organic.
The Three Corpse Circus is a forum for horror artists and fans to come together and enjoy their passion of the macabre. Our objective is to promote talent and honor success in the horror genre and to build a thriving horror community in Southeast Michigan.
Every fall since 2010, our organization has held a film festival in Ann Arbor, Michigan - exhibiting short films from around the world.
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Find Poking Dead Things featured in The Book Of The Dead by Corvis Nocturnum.
A study of death and mourning around the globe and through the ages. Examine death, its significance in religious and ethnic views, cultural myths, and its use in art and literature throughout the ages. Find out how different religions and ethnic groups understand death, the mourning that accompanies it, and the implications that people have given it. .Victorian mourning, old hearses and lots of other lavish photographs illustrate this thoughtful and poignant work.
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Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals. These are usually larger zoological species that, to-date, remain un-verified by science, such as Yetis, Bigfoot, Lake Monsters, and Sea Serpents, as well as hundreds of other yet-to-be-found animals (cryptids) worldwide, but which compelling ethnoknown evidence has been collected for their possible existence. It also encompasses the study of animals of recent discovery, such as the coelacanth, okapi, megamouth shark, giant panda, and mountain gorilla.
This museum is the result of five decades of field research, travel, and dedication to gath-ering representative materials, native art, footcasts, hair samples, models, and other cryptozoological samples. Its director, Loren Coleman has moved his cabinet-of-curiosities collection featured on various cable programs on History, Travel, Animal Planet, SciFi, CNN, Fox, Discovery, ABC, NBC, CBS, BBC, CBC, and Boing Boing TV channels to downtown Portland, Maine. He and a dedi-cated battery of volunteers have opened the museum to the public on November 1, 2009, the world's first cryptozoology museum.