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On the 27th we pause to note the passing of Stimes Addisson. It was 1999, one helluva year. Elysius Dubord's last breath was gasped just a fortnight prior. And one week and a day earlier contemporaries were made when an Algonquin phrase spanned the globe...CONTINUED

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Stimes Addisson

Addisson was born to an eccentric but prosperous haberdasher and his wife in Akron, Ohio, on a day so sweltering it was almost cancelled. His childhood was a ripe dream up until the age of twelve, when his father Hyram Solomon Addisson walked out on the family, never to be heard of again... CONTINUED

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09/22/2021 -- Picture of the week:
, devourer of children, has proven a popular mainstay in occult circles.
Molech, devourer of children, has proven a popular mainstay in occult circles.

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