Cremation Jewelry: Cherishing Memories in Style

Cremation Jewelry: Cherishing Memories in Style

Cremation jewelry has emerged as a popular and meaningful way to honor the memory of loved ones. This article explores the significance and various styles of cremation jewelry, guiding the selection of appropriate options.

Furthermore, it offers advice on caring for and maintaining these unique pieces. Additionally, this article suggests creative ways to integrate cremation jewelry into daily life, allowing individuals to keep their loved ones close while cherishing memories in a dignified manner.

Beyond Hammer Film Productions and the Horror Film in the Early 1960s

Beyond Hammer Film Productions and the Horror Film in the Early 1960s

In histories of the horror film, the 1960s is usually presented as a crucial period and one that is defined either by the phenomenal success of Hammer’s Curse of Frankenstein (1957) or by the making of Psycho (1960). In both accounts, the period is a break from the past and one that witnesses the emergence of the contemporary horror film (Hardy, 1985; Wood, 1986; Tudor, 1989; Worland, 2014). Furthermore, these accounts tend to replicate an image of horror as a low-budget, disreputable genre that deals with dark, disturbing and potentially subversive materials, an image that ignores or marginalises other developments in the period. The result even misrepresents both Hammer’s output and Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho,’ neither of which were simply low-budget efforts.

The Real History of Vampires of New Orleans and the Buffalo Community

The Real History of Vampires of New Orleans and the Buffalo Community

The umbrella term “real vampire community” is used to describe “modern vampires” or “real vampires,” terms that refer interchangeably to people who consume human and/or animal blood (sanguinarian), absorb psychic energy (psychic vampire or psivamp) or both (hybrid), and do so out of a need that, according to my study participants, begins to manifest around puberty and derives from the lack of subtle energies their bodies produce.

Subcultural Studies and the Scholarly Goth Subculture Perspectives

Subcultural Studies and the Scholarly Goth Subculture Perspectives

The majority of research on subcultures, in both North America and Britain, has been through sociological lenses. In the early twentieth century, the work of various scholars at the University of Chicago conceptualized subcultures as groupings of deviant youth in a situational context.

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