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Vampires – Down at the Hotel Dread

Here at Henry Towers we’re getting more than a little excited about the imminent arrival of hallowe’en. Any excuse to dress-up, and we’ve been planning our costumes for months. As we do every year, we’ll be hollowing out pumpkins, concocting blood cocktails, baking … Continue reading

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Dragons: Dangerous or Docile? – ‘Dragons’ Wood’, a poem by Brian Moses.

  From the dawn of time there has always been the ubiquitous dragon myth. Breathing fire, striking terror into the hearts of men, or vanquished by the noble knight on his valiant steed. But what is the myth of the … Continue reading

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