Always Throw the Rock

Deep Thoughts with The Spook Brothers

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Spook the Elder and his now famous rock, at the grave of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir

Spook the Elder: During a visit to one of my favorite amusement parks, Cimetière du Montparnasse, I was told that it would be “cool” to pose on the parking space of these two meatbags, Sartre and Beauvoir, the former being a French existentialist philosopher and the latter being an intellectual who was very influential on feminist theory. I don’t know, I wasn’t really paying attention. I was busy vandalizing the place. Why do meatbags place various objects on the parking spaces of deceased meatbags? Well, whatever the reason, I made it a point to make a mess of it, and then I left that rock (to be more specific, I threw that rock).Later, at a party in Spookland, over on “The Other Side,” I ran in to Sartre and Beauvoir. I was impressed with Beauvoir’s presentation of “The Ethics of Ambiguity” between keg stands. Sartre himself had heard of my rock throwing and high-fived me as a fellow “anarchist.” I don’t know what that means.


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The author in Edinburgh, 2012.
Kriscinda Lee Everitt is a fiction writer and editor. Her stories can be found in Flesh Feast, Postscripts to Darkness Vol. 3, and the upcoming Roms, Bombs, and Zoms. You can read about her homesteading exploits at Heavy Metal Homesteader, and you can read excerpts from the novel she is currently working on (Robert Louis Stevenson and werewolves) at her author/editor blog. She lives in Butler, Pa with her husband, Anthony, her fat cat, Moggy, and, of course, The Spook Brothers.

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6 thoughts on “Always Throw the Rock

  1. I totally want the Spook Brothers to have their own blog. I love the short and creepy stories along with the photos. I think their “About” page should address the myth about spooks not showing up in photos, too.
    I think my unfiltered interior is part Spook. Is it possible to be part ghost?

  2. Kriscinda,
    That was kinda sick and twisted!!
    It was fantastic!

  3. Fun little post! Spook should take a trip to Baltimore to pose at the “parking places” of Poe and Divine.

    1. The Spooks have been bugging us for a trip to Baltimore for this very reason. *sigh* A Spook wrangler’s work is never done…

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