Research Fodder September 4, 2012
- Adolfo Constanzo — Spring Break — Crime Library on truTV.com
Detectives entering a nearby shed found the cult’s cast-iron kettle called a nganga brimming with blood, animal remains and 28 sticks—the “palos” of palo mayombe—which Constanzo’s disciples said they used to communicate with spirits in the afterlife. Floating in the pot with spiders, scorpions and other items that could scarcely be identified, they found Mark Kilroy’s brain.
- R.A. Maguire Cover Art – About the Gallery
Instant pulp inspiration