Monday, October 30, 2006

Nooooooo! The council has pressganged me in an email, saying that i should post their "accurate" history of Hallow's End.


Better humour them.

And i'll edit it in places... :)

Hallow's End is the only town on one of the small islands surrounding Great Britain. The island's name used to be called "Island 13", signifying this island as one of the fourteen discovered by the world's worst explorer ever, Gege "Johnny" Aba. The island's name now, thought out carefully by the town's council, is now "the 13th Island". Most people use the former name.

The town has been visited by a great number of famous writers, directors. Such as, Joss Whedon, Stephen King, Stanley Kubrick and Jason Voorhees. Strangely, tourists point out every year, that all of them have one definite theme together. Most residents ignore them.

The town is governed by a strict council, called by all, the "Council". The head of the council is Dr. Rector M, PhD in town psychology. (Quackhead.)

One of the sights to see in the town is an abandoned house on top of a hill. Most tourists point out that Stanley Kubrick visited here, and that the house looks a lot like the one in The Shining. See above.

Don't forget, to (not) visit Jack Holl's house, for a (not) thriving description of the Island's history, (much better than the one written here in any case.)

We hope you enjoy your visit to Hallow's End.

Hallow's End Council, Tourism (thick)Head.


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