Tag Archives: folklore

Thrill Seekers Grab Gryphon by the Toe, Unsure What to Do Next

16 Nov
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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Furry Creatures Correspondent,
Jess E. Owen
jessowen.com | @JE_Owen

REYKJAVIK, ICELAND–The notorious YouTube sensation and thrill-seeking Eenie Meenie Miney group have struck again, but this time, the thrill struck back. “Everyone’s done tigers,” says cult star Mo, leader of the gang. “We wanted to up the ante.”

And how. Iceland is one of the few countries left to host a small but mighty population of the felis-avian species–known in pop culture as gryphons.

Led by a local Inuit guide, the group snuck up on a slumbering specimen, roughly the size of an African lion, and seized him by one hind toe. The feathery feline woke promptly, snatched Mo’s hat from his head and tore it into three pieces–the guide said–as a warning. Continue reading

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I, Humpty is Now Available in Four Formats

21 Oct

I, Humpty by Eric Wilder

I, Humpty is now available for purchase in four different formats. You can get buy the paperback on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. There is a hardcover book also available. The ebook is available on amazon.com. I, Humpty is also available as an audiobook on iTunes and audible.com. You are invited to take a look, or listen… or both. Cheers!

Dante’s Travel Agency Disappoints

12 Aug
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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Travel Correspondent,
Larry Shampoe
idiotprufs.com | @idiotprufs

Westfield, NY–When Virgil and Beatrice, an unassuming couple from a small town in Western New York, booked a vacation package through Dante’s Travel Agency, they were anticipating a needed injection of excitement into their life, a break from the humdrum. “We purchased the Inferno package,” Beatrice explained, “it seemed like it would be fiery and exhilarating.”

The vacation they got was not what they anticipated.

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Grimm Report Podcast for August 4th, 2014

4 Aug

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Excerpts from the book I, Humpty. There is less then one week left to the Kickstarter campaign. Allison Christie reports!

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Grimm Report Podcast for July 22nd, 2014

22 Jul

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What’s afoot with the Five Little Piggies? Have you seen this old man? The Grimm Report Podcast with Allison Christie!

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Grimm Report Podcast for July 7th, 2014

7 Jul

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Jocelyn Koehler updates on an annual legendary archery contest that has seen a resurgence in popularity. Allison Christie hosts.

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Annual Archery Contest Attracting Big Names

3 Jul

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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Bullseye Correspondent,
Jocelyn Koehler
http://teamblood.org | @jocelynk414

This year’s annual legendary archery contest has seen a resurgence in popularity, perhaps in part due to the attention the sport has been getting in film and television, as well as the recent changes to the contest rules. Since the contest’s organizers dropped several requirements, the pool of potential competitors has grown.

Here are the top contenders according to the International/Interplanar Archery Association rankings:

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Grimm Report Podcast for June 30th, 2014

30 Jun

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Sarah Brentyn reveals Red Riding Hoods grandmother as best selling author. Larry Shampoe on Achilles Frustrations with a hole in his health care coverage. Allison Christie hosts.

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Achilles Frustrated by Hole in Health Care Coverage

26 Jun
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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Health Care Correspondent,
Larry Shampoe
idiotprufs.com | @idiotprufs

The Greek warrior Achilles has recently become vocal about his dissatisfaction with his health care coverage. “Ridiculous waiting lists, exorbitant dinars out-of-pocket, and an inexplicable hole in my coverage,” were just some of the phrases used by Achilles to describe his frustration.

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Riding Hood’s Grandmother Reveals Identity as Bestselling Author

24 Jun
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Above: Portrait of the author and her granddaughter

A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Culinary Correspondent,
Sarah Brentyn
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@SarahBrentyn

RABBIT HASH, KY–Years after the alleged attack on Red Riding Hood’s grandmother, Hazel, the now legendary grandma reveals her identity as the bestselling author, Kale E. Pepper.

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