Friday, October 24, 2014

There's No Such Thing as Ghosts...

at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS ~ and one of the Bunny Shapeshifters living in Talbot's Peak.

Late Friday night mews, Autumn-glorious Big Cat Beauties... warm, hazy, and sorta tropical feeling on the tame prairie today... but not uncomfortable at all... this Big Cat is enjoying all this fab weather of late... when she ventured outside to get some stuff done, she inadvertently frightened one of the wild rabbits, who took off like a shot ... and on the ick side, when she trekked down to her mailbox, she saw this fresh pile of something unidentifiable... it was weird looking... no smell, but the Kougaress wasn't going to get close enough for a real smell test, either!

So, darling kittens, get ready for spookiness, and for all the Halloween thrills and chills. Watch out for the ghosts and ghoulies. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

So, the Kougar had this grand plan to write her flash scene today for the HALLOWEEN BLOG HOP ~ October 27-31 [see the sidebar]. However! way too many interruptions and getting necessary stuff done, came up like All Hallow Eve's ghoulish monsters. Somehow, the scene will have to get done tomorrow, though.

Also, the Kougar signed up for the linky blog hop MY SEXY SATURDAY at and will be posting at TITLE MAGIC ~


There's No Such Thing as Ghosts, Baby Believer!
by Serena Shay

Alec swung his head a full 270 degrees on each side and wished he could eat tootsie pops in his animal form while he watched the desk clerks children play in the leaves on the front lawn.  The sugary goodness was his weakness.

They were a rowdy trio of human ankle biters.  The boys appeared to gang up on the little girl, treating her cruelly, but not ever crossing that unspoken line.  They had to be siblings.  What could they be doing in this mecca of shape shifting flesh?  Were they savvy to the fact that nearly all their neighbors could become vicious animals?


Ghost-hunters capture film of spooky orb moving around Victorian medical institute
The building, which opened in 1837, is renowned for eerie sightings. — Mail Online


Sphinx Head Found in Mysterious Greek Tomb
Archaeologists made an amazing find as they unearthed the missing head of one of the two wingless sphinxes guarding the large burial site in Amphipolis. — Discovery News

Highest Stone Age Campsite Reveals Grit of First Americans
South America's early migrants reached a remote oasis more than 14,000 feet high. — National Geographic News

Is this the world's oldest secret code?
Scientists close to precise dating of the Shigir Idol, twice as ancient as the Egyptian Pyramids. — Siberian Times


New GMO Corn Ethanol Will Ruin Your Car and Void Your Warranty
Natural Society - You already know that GMO corn ruins your body – but did you know that it may also soon be damaging your car? E15 GMO corn will ruin your engine if your car was made before 2012, warns AAA, and though the EPA has promoted this GMO fuel, numerous car manufacturers are saying that they won’t honor E15 GMO ethanol damage under warranties.


Hackers use Ebola outbreak to trick users into downloading malware
The Inquirer - Uncovered by security researchers at Trustwave, the malware was flagged when it appeared that criminals had crafted bogus WHO emails encouraging people to open a .RAR attachment to find out how they can protect themselves against Ebola.

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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