Way Cool Wednesday: 8th November 2017

Way Cool Wednesday: 8th November 2017

November 8, 2017 0 By mattdoylemedia

And here we go with another Way Cool Wednesday!

Way Cool Video: The Enfield Poltergeist

The Enfield haunting is probably the most well-known haunting in the UK. What we have here is a collection of the actual footage recorded during the time that the case was being investigated. Was it a poltergeist? Could it have been demonic possession? Were the girls simply playing tricks? That is up to you to decide. Whatever you believe though, it’s fascinating to see footage.

Way Cool Website: Future Me
https://www.futureme.org/
So, what is this then? Well, it’s a website that allows you to write a letter to yourself in the future. There are plenty of public letters on there if you want to see what other people have sent themselves too. But, what would you say to your future self?

Way Cool Artist: Jennifer Hernandez
https://twitter.com/ChibiJenHen_Art
https://chibi-jen-hen.deviantart.com/
Jen is a freelance artist whose professional credits include work on Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog comics and IDW’s My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comics. She also does art of characters from other series, like Sailor Moon, Steven Universe, Sailor Moon, Puella Magi Madoka Magica and so on. On top of that, she’s a nice person too! Check her out at the links above.

Way Cool Blog Post: Misplaced in Translation – The Joy of Japanese Idioms by Drunken Anime Blog
https://drunkenanimeblog.com/2017/10/12/misplaced-in-translation-the-joy-of-japanese-idioms/
What a fascinating post this is! Have you ever heard a sentence in anime that just seemed like surreal nonsense? Well, the root there is a cultural one. Here, we look at the proverbs that evolved with Japanese as a language and see what they mean. Great stuff!

Way Cool Music: Singularities by The Cruxshadows

The Darkwave pioneers are back with a new album, Astromythology, and it’s an absolute classic. This is the newest music video, and while it’s not my favourite song on the disc, it’s a decent track. Enjoy!