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Interview: Musician, Model, Personality Lilith Astaroth

Lilith Astaroth is not your "average" personality, my little fiends. Not only is she a highly sought after performance artist, she is also a model, actress, voice talent, and singer for the band Sorrowseed.

Her performance art work includes go-go dancing, live fashion modeling, hostessing, spokes modeling, and burlesque.

Jeesh, and I thought I was busy!

Lilith is not just another pretty face however - she is also quite intelligent. After all, not everyone gets into Harvard.

Some of the things I like most about Lilith (besides her name, of course) are her individuality, colour-changing hair, fab fashion sense, and the fact that this girl can scream like no one else. I like Lilith, and you should too. She is one cool kitten. Make sure to visit her at LilithAstaroth.com after you read the interview, my minions.
Lili's Lair: Thinking back, Lilith, what do you think was the defining moment - the moment when you knew you wanted to be in the spotlight?

Lilith Astaroth: Since I was yo…

Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders Strikes Again!

Well my fiendish followers, my friends over at Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders have done it again. I can't believe it has been a year since I first came across the amasing talent that created the world of the supernatural detective Mark Macready. Since that time it has not only become a huge success in the UK, but also in the colonies as well. Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders have garnered many awards, and a loyal cult following both online and off. I have said it numerous times over the past year and I will say it again. Everything, and I mean everything about Mark Macready And The Archangel Murders is Brilliant, and to top it off I have never "met" such lovely people as those involved with this project. It is with great excitement and pleasure then that I get to share with you all here at the Lair the following bulletin hot off the presses.



Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders: Interactive Online Release

'Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders'…

Interview: Vampirates Author Justin Somper

I remember it like it was yesterday, my maniacal minions. Well, actually, I don't, but here is what I do remember about finding Justin's book Vampirates at the bookstore:

Itwas late 2006, early 2007(I am bad with dates and names) that I found myself in the young adults' section at our local chain bookstore (I also do not give free advertising to corporate America) looking for more Harry Potter paraphernalia. Yes, I hate to admit it, but I was a wee bit obsessed with Harry Potter at the time. So shoot me.

Anyway, I was looking at the books and out popped the title Vampirates: Demons of the Ocean. I picked it up and read the back cover before doing what I always do before purchasing a book, especially a hardcover book: I read the first chapter, a middle chapter, and then the end. After all, I have to make sure it's worthy of a purchase and not just the dust bin. I am Irish and thrifty, after all.

After the quick go-over I was elated to find it was absolutely bloody brillian…

Interview: Cryptozoologist Nick Redfern

Nick Redfern's love affair with creepy creatures began when he was a small boy, and is still going strong to this day. With many books to his credit (not just on cryptozoology, by the way), Nick Redfern in my opinion is the go-to-guy if you need to find something out with regards to the strange and unusual.

The great thing about Nick as compared to other cryptozoologists I have seen on the tele, or whose books or articles I have read is this: Nick is not full of shite. Plain and simple. He actually does proper research and digs for the truth. Nick does not just say something exists just because he wants it to exist. I admire him for this, as well as for his seemingly vast knowledge of many unexplainable topics. Topics, for example, that I was pretty sure only myself and a very small handful of people were familiar with. Now that is impressive.

Nick Redfern is what a research investigator in any field should strive to be like: thorough.

Do yourself a favour, my creepy creatures, visit…