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Identifying Vampires: A Grave Matter
October 31, 2017 · 1 Comment

  Warning: Hyperlinks may lead to images that are offensive to some people. May not be safe for work. Vampires have been known by many names throughout history. Whether feeding on blood, the biological life-force, or physic energy, the life-force of the soul, they have both frightened and fascinated us for millennia. One can find variations on the […]

Explore Movie Monsters this Summer with All-New Special FX Camp
May 24, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

When I was a kid, I lived a couple of years in Singapore. There, at the time, the media was somewhat censored, so your TV viewing options on a Saturday afternoon were limited. Consequently, I have seen the 1981 film Clash of the Titans approximately 60 times. It was on the approved media list, apparently. […]

Coincidence or Cooperation? Amazon Feathers & Modern Jewels
February 22, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Here at HMNS, we frequently offer exhibitions that showcase stunning and diverse artistry from cultures around the globe and throughout time. In working here, I’m privileged to be able to walk through each as much as I can while they are here, and absorb the colors, forms, and inspiration of thousands of years of human […]

Vikings – Fact and Fiction
September 2, 2008 · 2 Comments

September in Houston means back to school for the Museum’s campers and the start of weekday programs for the Education staff.  While the classroom floors get a fresh coat of wax after a long summer, the Museum teachers are hard at work creating a myriad of classes for the upcoming school year.  The Museum is not […]


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