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junyiwu:

Late nights. 

junyiwu:

Late nights. 

ex0skeletal:

Pro Tip: Instead of having feelings, try being dead inside. Everything is still horrible but you will not care at all.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

David Goldblatt. Deserted farmhouse near Molteno, Eastern Cape, 2006.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

David Goldblatt. Deserted farmhouse near Molteno, Eastern Cape, 2006.

nashfotografie:

Formic acid

nashfotografie:

Formic acid

jncos:

If I’m gonna be honest here, most summoners and necromancers nowadays just buy demons etc. online in bulk from China and mark them up thricefold for the domestic market.

That’s why you should only buy them from local farmers’ markets and that one creepy old house at the end of the block. You know the one. 

softerworld:

A Softer World: 1032
(Might as well enjoy ourselves!)
buy this print

softerworld:

A Softer World: 1032

(Might as well enjoy ourselves!)

buy this print

threewordphrase:

Skeletons have it tough.
Also, hey! Buy my new stuff!

draklorleah:

How to Not Be Suspicious, by Dr. Iwamine

draklorleah:

How to Not Be Suspicious, by Dr. Iwamine

Anonymous asked: "Oh! Movie and game nights are awesome! Have fun! I should really go next door and help my landlady plant her garden like I promised. It was nice talking to you, Sir!" Hanna waved and turned to head back to the house he'd come from, humming a hymn as he walked.

"Dear Lord, does he have an off switch? Maybe he’s from Minnesota," Hart grumbled, recognizing the song. 

It was amusing imagining ghosts and minor demons playing Xbox, though. That’d keep him entertained until his grave robbing tonight. 

Anonymous asked: The young man smiled. "I moved in next door! I rented a room in the owner's house since I'm kinda broke a lot. But that's okay. God provides for me! Gnee! So yeah, if you ever need anything, just give me a holler!" :D Hanna's happiness would not easily be extinguished. Nope.

"Riiight. Well." Hart gave a thoughtful glance off to the side, looking in the direction of his neighbor’s house. He’d thought it was too close, but the person living there had seemed old enough they wouldn’t bother him. This could be troublesome.

"I don’t say this often, but I apologize in advance if you hear anything strange." He drew out the last word oddly, as if feeling it out to be sure it was the one he wanted. "Sometimes I have… guests over."

Anonymous asked: Rejection didn't diminish the pastor's good spirit, though his smile was now a bit more understanding and not as naive. "Alright sir. Well, I just moved in next door. So if you ever want a friendly hand, please don't be a stranger!" ^_^

Hart’s expression went blank. “You did what?”