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Are you immune to fear? Hello and welcome to all who wish to share this journey into fear. I enjoy scary stories whether they are true or from someone's own mind and I love to tell them, too. New videos coming soon! I'd be honored to tell your personal horror story or if you have any that you've written and would like to have it read, then please send it to the email listed below. Please include what the story is about and consent to have it read by me. Thanks to everyone and always remember.....Fear is waiting to embrace you
Michael Slaven is a session guitarist and record producer from Glasgow, Scotland. A former gardener at the University of Glasgow, Slaven became the guitarist for Bourgie Bourgie in the 1980s, and was briefly a member of Del Amitri. He has worked with Ricky Ross of Deacon Blue, Eighteenth after Trinity and Pearlfishers, and wrote the music for the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh's production of Stephen Greenhorn's play, Passing Places, which he played live. Slaven later composed the guitar score for Gregory Burke's play, Gagarin Way, also for The Traverse. Slaven also fronts his own band, The Leopards, who released the album They Tried Staying Calm. The Leopards did two sessions for John Peel in 1997 and 1998. The Leopards have appeared as live backing band for ex Josef K guitarist Malcolm Ross, and in August 2008, guested for an Edinburgh show with former Josef K vocalist Paul Haig. Slaven produced James Kirk's 2003 album You Can Make It If You Boogie, with the Leopards providing the musical backing.
Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Heres Tom with the Weather.