The Zentai Phenomenon: Serial Killer No. 4

By Jeffrey Bishop

The Zentai Phenomenon brings back the serial storytelling style, which peaked in popularity in the daily newspapers and weekly magazines of the early 20th Century, prior to the advent of a large and literate middle class and inexpensive printing of books — and particularly, of paperback books.  This serial presents a standard Scurry Tails short story, but will do so over time between Oct. 14 and Nov. 1.  The series will use a news clipping motif to “cover” the story in “real time” with the fictional events it represents.  Come back often or click Follow to be sure to receive each new posting in the story as it’s published!

Who Isn’t Wearing Xeno This Halloween?!

Trick-or-treaters dressed in zentai / morphsuits

WICHITA FALLS, TX (PA NEWS,Oct. 31, 2012) — Four young town residents prepare to embark on their Halloween trick-or-treating adventure here. The four — and apparently all town residents under the age of 18 — are decked out in zentai bodysuits from Xeno Imports. The suits are an incredible fashion fad for this year’s Halloween season:  they were virtually unknown six weeks ago, practically unattainable six days ago, and impossibly ubiquitous today. Though a clear mystery exists in the life cycle of the suits as this year’s “must have” costume, these boys are clearly happy — though their masked expressions belie it — to have the suits! (Photo by 3Bishops)

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Copyright 2012

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~ by The Ghost Writer on October 31, 2012.

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