Daylight saving time might go back to the first world war when electricity and power weren’t abundant but still something we practise in many countries to this day. But it means something entirely different for people like me.
This Is Not A History Class
When it’s time to ‘Fall Back,’ I get quite excited. It’s not because of the one more hour of sleep illusion, but because there will be less daylight. Society targets people like me when most agree that the sun is the main power for humankind as we function better and see better, including Vitamin D and E.
For as long as time, humankind progressed in daylight. It’s a general consensus that society made it ‘normal’ for people to work during the day and sleep at night. Not aware of places where daylight is less abundant all year round and is home to many people. Of course, those places are situated toward the poles but exist and are welcoming.
Continue reading “Fall Back Means Vampires Are Coming Out Of The Coffin”
Death is something that either fascinates people or leaves them afraid. It is common to see the truth of a person on its death bed.
It is also common to wonder if they’ll come back or go to heaven or the switch as merely turned off. Either way, ghosts are part of our history. Continue reading Ghostly Origins
The idea of someone throwing sand in my eyes to have one fall asleep is a creepy thought. Isn’t it?
Scary Granulated Stones
There are not many monsters that scares me, however, when it comes to the Sandman I feel quite disturbed.
He comes in your room at night, throws sand into your eyes and makes you believe it’s for good dreams and yet, I used to have night terrors.
To me, growing up, the Sandman was nothing more that a dreadful evil dust merchant.
Continue reading “Sandman, A Poem”
This month Rev. Dr. Aramond S. VanRahamdalph DD. sat down with our beloved Corinth Noctem Aeternus, for a one on one interview. Rev. Dr. VanRahamdalph.
He is the founder of many Houses inside the Houston Texas community and the founder of Houston’s Council of Community Affairs as well as the Texas and World Council of Community Affairs.
*** The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the authors/Interviewer/ Interviewees do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Gothic Bite Magazine or official policies of Gothic Bite Magazine including its writers/authors.
Continue reading “Vampire Community – Aramond S. VanRahamdalph is Interviewed”
We all accept the idea that there are things that go bump in the night. Some of us more accepting and/or curious than others. Many just want to know more, and a few are terrified of what they learn.
The Gothic Bite Magazine has reached out to the Vampire Community and several members have been gracious enough to talk with us.
Continue reading “Interviewing Vampires: Belfazaar Ashantison”