Fenwood Gazette

Rose Payne, Mother of Mildred.....

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                 Rose Payne, 1912- Clairvoyant Tarot Reader. 'Twas in this year she was gifted the legendary Tarot of Black Enchantment. (Not pictured) by the Sooth Sayer, Reenee. An enigmatic deck of mysterious and unknown origins that is currently being "restored" by Deviant Moon Inc. Details to follow. ......................................................................................... Rose Payne in her reading parlor,1918. Her passion for Tarot would inspire her "gifted" daughter, Mildred, to create her own decks in the years to come. Fenwood has acquired Rose's mysterious deck, the Tarot of Black Enchantment, which was locked inside her vardo for nearly...

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Hauntings at Fenwood!

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dO nOT fEAR! There have been numerous GHOSTLY sightings of BLacK MarY here in the halls of Fenwood.....what we are about to reveal today may cause you to soil your trousers. (Please bring a change of clothes and napkins) Prepare for our GHASTLY SPIRIT FLOOD! .................................................................................................... House of Nightmares: This haunting photo of BLacK MaRy was taken by a brave guest spending the night at Fenwood (Name withheld out of fear!) ........................................... Passing MaRy on the StaircaSE. 3:33 am....... (Our Advice: Just run right through her!) ........................................................................ Encountering MaRY... Sadly, no bed to hide under in this room. You'll just...

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Reflections from Beyond

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Rose Payne in her boudoir (1911). A Glimpse of Tragedy Yet To Come.

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The Jack-O-Lantern Slaughter of 1903

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In the Fall of 1903, a series of brutal murders took place along the outskirts of Valley Park. Known as the "Jack-O-Lantern Slaughter", these crimes were committed by children rumored to be under a hypnotic trance. A total of 13 victims were found with face carvings on their torsos resembling that of a Halloween pumpkin. It is believed the murderous children had training in their diabolical handiwork by an mentor whose identity was never discovered.  

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The notorious “Eule Sisters” of Fenwood.

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The notorious “Eule Sisters” of Fenwood. Helga, Elsie, and Gerta. Rumored to have poisoned their mother over an inheritance. (Unsubstantiated claim) Together they lived in an imaginary world of utter delusion, believing they were owls. They were often seen brazenly parading down Main Street hooting and howling at the townsfolk, believing them to be giant mice. In 1926, the sisters were committed to Fenwood Asylum, where they continued to wear their bird outfits until their deaths years later.

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