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Rigor in Mortis: Helpful Hints for Staging Your First Grave Deception

An essay by Dr. Iolanthe Osmandius, as provided by Antoinette McCormick Illustration by Cory Caywood The first time I died was an accident. First attempts at anything are awkward, but mine, hastily planned and frantically executed, was almost my last. … Continue reading

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