Fair Tidings Magazine
13 - May 1995
|Editor||Birgitte Vince Heuschkel|
|Layout & DTP||Birgitte Vince Heuschkel|
|Illustrator||Birgitte Vince Heuschkel|
|Illustrator||Peter Nielsen, Esquire 1995|
|Sida 1||Front page||Front page||Fantasy Fair Publishing||Illustrator|
We cater to all tastes |
Well, at least we make an attempt to cater to some tastes.
|Birgitte Vince Heuschkel||Editor|
It was a dark and stormy night... |
A peek into the archetypes of any manor in the countryside...
Salt over the shoulder |
Who spills salt shall cry before sundown; as many grains of salt as one spills, as many tears one shall come to shed before the day is through...
|Sida 15||DELPHI downtown|
Listening to the grapevine |
Folk tales connected to actual sites share many traits; this table allows you to come up with a classic ‘old chestnut’ type of horror story connected to almost any site, in very little time...
My head keeps talking back to me! |
Dreams, we are told, are the workings of our subsconscious as it attempts to process the events and impressions of our awake life — but I tell you, there are other things in that stewpotas well!
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