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Strangelittleman
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Greetngs ladies and gents Smile

Looking to compile a list of bizarre magic (or magick if you prefer) websites that are out there. Obviously 'dragonskull' is one but curious to any other hidden little gems that are out there - including dealers. I have several guys new to the field that are working on their stuff and they have been asking me weekly now.....

Any help would be appreicated
Clifford the Red
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Strangelittleman
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Thanks heaps Clifford.....anyone else want to add to that
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Http://www.madgician.com, while not yet online, will be coming up soon. It is a study on the history and magical work of Geoff Krozier. I have been working closely with some of his old band-mates/friends to create something very nice.

It should be of great interest to bizarrists. Geoff has certainly changed the way I perceive Bizarre Magic. He was an "unsung" genius, but I believe that he will be "well-sung" soon. I hope, at any rate.

More later.

Michael
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Clifford, I am impressed, now how about any magazines or monthly/quarterly publications?
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On 2009-04-16 10:00, dave wrote:
Clifford, I am impressed, now how about any magazines or monthly/quarterly publications?


You know, since we lost Oracle, and Mind Over Magic before that, I can't think of any. I am not sure if Krypts is still around. Once I get Negromicon going it will feature not only an initiation into the Bizarre, but hopefully ongoing premium content. The problem with the printed publications is they were being scanned and pirated instead of everyone paying their fair entrance (which was nominal). So the publications were generating a loss instead of at least paying for themselves. That is sad and disturbing. Any future efforts will have to have strategies to deal with the piracy.

I'd also heard a fellow brother I know was contemplating a publication, but I've not heard further on that.

I poked around on Google, but there is too much stunts and magicians doing partial sideshow posing as bizarre magicians. That is strange, but it is not bizarre magic. One of the efforts on Negromicon will be to clarify what is bizarre magic.
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http://www.madgician.com, while not yet online, will be coming up soon. It is a study on the history and magical work of Geoff Krozier. I have been working closely with some of his old band-mates/friends to create something very nice.

It should be of great interest to bizarrists. Geoff has certainly changed the way I perceive Bizarre Magic. He was an "unsung" genius, but I believe that he will be "well-sung" soon. I hope, at any rate.

More later.

Michael


Thanks Michael. I knew you had another domain but it didn't come up when I searched for you in Google! Oh yeah, Geoff was one crazy guy. That guy was extreme edge of bizarre, he was amazing.
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To infinity, and beyond!
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Hey that one is cool, don't know if it's still being maintained.
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That is the site of Kerry Cameron, "Bizarre," and "Captain Kid." He used to show up here and on the yellow board, but I haven't heard from him in a long time. He sold that monkey's paw that came from some kind of animal, and other stuff. Cool guy.

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Here are two more from my production company...

http://www.theparanormalshow.net

and

soon to be a complete website... but just a teaser for now...


http://www.eisengrimms.com

(this last one will be of major interest in the next 6 months)
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Keep posting them, this is great. I knew I missed a bunch, Didn't mean to, I was just blurry-eyed after listing all those!
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No worries Clifford; you have exceeded all expectations.
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Two more:

http://users.telenet.be/janleenders/D_fr......ome.html
(probably only of partial interest)

http://zauberatelier-perkeo.de/Seiten/Home.html
(unfortunately only in german)
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Clifford the Red
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Ack! I missed Eddie Garland!

http://www.cthulhulives.org

Also this coming gem from Dr. Spektor

http://arkhamantiquities.com/

And to make sure it officially appears on any list...

http://www.dragonskull.co.uk
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Does this count?

http://www.hauntiques.com/
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I do think he also belongs here (relating to the response he got):

http://kevinwright2.tripod.com/
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I didn't know Bizzarre had such a great following.
Great work.
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