Posts Tagged ‘Spencer MA’

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A Cute, Little Fairy Gazes into a Crystal Ball in the Store Window of Mystyc’s Majickal Shoppe on Main Street in Spencer, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on January 23, 2015)


A Gang of Identical Sleepy Brownies, Known as “The Snoozy Cheeky Rascals”, Take a Group Nap on the Shelves of the Garden Center of Klem’s Tractor Supply in Spencer, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 6, 2015)

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According to Local Legend, Pine Grove Cemetery in Spencer, Massachusetts Is Haunted by a Mysterious Entity Known as “The Dark Hunter” Which Keeps a Close Watch on All Who Enter the Burial Grounds (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on October 17, 2014)


Since the End of the Summer, This Trio of Humongous Grasshoppers Has Taken Refuge Inside the Garden Center at Klem’s Tractor Supply in Spencer, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on November 30, 2015)

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Fairies and Tiny Angels Share a Shelf in the Garden Center at Klem’s Tractor Supply in Spencer, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on July 19, 2014)


A Sleepy Little Mermaid Takes a Nap on a Shelf in the Garden Center at Klem’s Tractor Supply in Spencer, Massachusetts (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on January 17, 2016)

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A Human Baby Found Asleep in a Pair of Disembodied Wings of an Angel at Holy Rosary Cemetery in Spencer, MA… Deeply Disturbing or Absolutely Adorable? You Be the Judge… (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on January 18, 2015)

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The Mouse Queen From the Holiday Favorite “The Nutcracker” Makes a Special Guest Appearance at Holy Rosary Cemetery in Spencer, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on December 23, 2015)

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A Kneeling Angel Communes With a Bunny Rabbit at Holy Rosary Cemetery in Spencer, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on January 8, 2016)

hr-0967-453-664--0967453664003_20151211024542651Although Skulls and Crossbones, Deathheads, and Winged Skulls Were Quite Common on Early 18th Century Gravestones in America, Ones Depicting Full Skeletons, Like This One Found at the Old Spencer Cemetery, Were Much More Unusual (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on December 11, 2015)