The Massacre Machine Horror Scooby Doo Version shirt, guy tee, unisex longsleeve tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Firstly, we have The Massacre Machine Horror Scooby Doo Version shirt. It’s Friday! And, as the week stumbles and falls behind the couch, gurgling and growling, as its terrible transformation into the weekend begins, it can mean only one thing: it must be time for another. First up, how’s your week been? I hope you’ve had an awesome one! This week, I’ve had my head down, writing on my horror adventure ‘Black Above, Black Below’. That’s one of the three projects I’m writing at the moment. I’ll bring you a big update on that one soon.
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Last week, I ran a ‘Behind The Scenes’ competition where you could win a horror DVD of your choice. Thanks to everyone who entered! I put your names into the Scooby Doo mug and drew out a winner. Drum roll please… The winner is Belinda Bowman! And The Massacre Machine Horror Scooby Doo Version shirt. Well done, Belinda! Not only did you get all the answers right, you got them much faster than I thought you would! I can see that I’m going to have to make the next competition a bit harder!
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Finally, the release of ‘Bones’ has been a fantastic experience for me. Thanks to everyone who’s made it such a great event! One of the most exciting parts of releasing my story collection has been seeing copies of the book being read all around the world. Copies have landed in the UK, U.S., Australia, Spain, Ireland and Canada. So, to finish tonight’s update here are a few of my favourite, recent, shots of Bones around the world. But The Massacre Machine Horror Scooby Doo Version shirt. Well, that just about wraps it up for another #FridayUpdate! As always, thanks for following my page, and whatever terrifying treats you’ve got planned for this Friday, and whoever you’re sharing those horrors with.
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A lot of people’s first taste of horror was through cartoons. Many kids came to the dark side through Scooby Doo and it’s not stopped. Lately kids shows and horror have been even more intertwined. Who loved this dark lil gem? Skull ghost just giving a helping hand to Scooby and Shaggy. This was shot in the episode Hassle in the Castle on Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
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