In a grisly spectacle of carnage, an unknown number of severed body parts wash ashore at Sandy Hook. A jogger literally stumbled upon an upper torso that had washed ashore as she sprinted ...
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In a grisly spectacle of carnage, an unknown number of severed body parts wash ashore at Sandy Hook. A jogger literally stumbled upon an upper torso that had washed ashore as she sprinted down the beach at the end of the torrential hurricane that had knocked out power and had folks heading for the mainland. Police were summoned to the stately manor house of Mr. Creepo after neighbors complained of screams coming from the property that was rented by seven strippers during Halloween week. The property was located just off the beach, a stones throw from the area's historic landmark lighthouse -- the dwelling sits atop catacomb chambers that lead to the town's now desolate funhouse, a place that once attracted throngs of visitors. One source said it was the most grisly crime scene they had ever witnessed, with mangled bodies scattered everywhere. - - Seven Strippers arrive for a relaxing vacation at the Jersey Shore town of Sandy Hook but get much more than they bargained for when a ...Written by
SERPENTEENS were formed in late 1995 by George Grant (Gee Grant) and Mark Zap (known as "Fang Alphamayle" and "Bub Romero" when in character) as a side project to explore new musical and conceptual ideas not present within the context of their current bands at the time. Combining a passion for Horror and Zombie movies, with the love of theatrical bands (KISS, Misfits, Alice Cooper etc.), they began to lay the foundation for a concept. The look of the classic film "zombie" combined with a catchy "monsterpop" sound was to become a signature trademark. - - The project recorded a 4 song demo titled "Dead Men Walking", with Gee providing vocals, playing drums and guitars. Mark's considerable talents were put to use for bass guitar duties and backing vocals. This rare demo became a favorite of underground tape traders worldwide. In 1997 (with the disintegration of both of the duos main musical projects) the two decided to revitalize the Dead Men Walking project and breathe into it new life - as a priority. A new name was chosen and the two recorded a follow-up 8 song demo titled "VoodooZombieSexDolls". These early demos were later released as a CD collection through MP3.com and sold almost 1,000 copies, as well as being distributed freely on the internet. - - Combining an infinite number of musical and theatrical influences the band has also created an unbelievably repertoire of well-crafted songs. In 2005 the band's new lineup was rounded out by seasoned recording/touring veterans Frank Morin (Frank N. Stein) and Glenn Sorino (The Creature). In 2006 SERPENTEENS are back with new releases, songs and professional re-recordings of now-classic "monsterpop" material. See more »