Expecting me to get all sentimental and weepy? Have we’ve met? I don’t do that shit! But, I would like to take a moment to say thank you to you guys who
leer at visit my beloved little blog every day. I know I didn’t post as much this year as in the previous years and for that I apologize. But, for the record this was one the best years we’ve had. In fact, we got over 3.2 million hits this year and over 40,000 of you stopped by to visit us daily. I’m not sure I explained that properly, but my point is a lot of you read my crazy posts. I truly hope you had fun with me!
This year I actually allowed the other ladies to post from time to time, and I promise I will loosen the noose in the new year to allow them to do more. But, HorrorFatale.com is my baby and those bitches ain’t me, just saying. But nonetheless thanks DivaMummy, Dark Diva and our new friend, The HorrorDame!
I also want to say thanks to the PR ladies over at FX for including us in the launch of American Horror Story. And most importantly thank you to Dylan McDermott’s great cheeks!
I wish you all a happy, prosperous 2012. Cheers y’all!
Lizzie, The HorrorFatale
This is getting interesting; remember last week when the internet accused Nicolas Cage of being a vampire? Well, his old friend (I’m assuming, because all celebrities are friends, right?) John Travolta has gotten in on the action. A new Ebay auction has popped up involving a supposed photo of John Travolta circa 1860. The seller literally lists the photograph as a time traveling Travolta.
In an Ebay auction a seller has listed antique pictures. One image is of a Tennessee man from the 1870s who bears an uncanny resemblance to Nicolas Cage. If Nicky is a vampire it would explain a lot.
We got our hair did! In honor of our third birthday, we’re revamped. Thoughts, comments, moans, groans, suggestions. And, be kind, because TheFatale was up all night slaving over a hot laptop to make this happen. Enjoy!
Chochise County Sheriff's OfficeTimothy Fattig, 34, was arrested on suspicion of negligent homicide after police in Arizona found the skeletal remains of his mother inside her home.
Fresh from the news of nutters, we present 34-year-old horror film-maker, Tim Fattig. Fattig was apparently so grief-stricken when his 68-year-old mother died, he decided to do a homage to horror classic Psycho
by keeping her decomposing body in her house a full year after she passed away.
But wait, there’s more Fattig works for a horror movie production company in Tucson called Desert Scream Productions. Fun. When officials went to the mother’s house to do a welfare check they questioned our boy Tim and found the mother was indeed deceased. He stated to them when he initially found her dead he was so grief stricken he then decided to put Mums in the window of the Bates Motel. Ok, that’s not exactly what Fattig said, but close enough.
Now for the most crazy — Fattig and I have a mutual friend on Facebook. Side-eyes to me.