Memoirs of Lord Halloween

Memoirs of Lord Halloween

Dark Poetry & Music

Authors: Patrick & Fernand Bernauw Length: 26 minutes

When a Hip-Hop Poet Meets a Black Widow...

Desiree D. was found in a derelict building nearby the Devil's Castle in the old city of Ghent (Flanders, Belgium) together with the decapitated body of the dark & doomed "hip-hop" poet, also known as Lord Halloween. Miss D. handed over to the police a map, titled Memoirs of Lord Halloween and containing various poems. Miss D. said the motive for the ritual murder was to be found in the Memoirs. She resides now in a closed psychiatric facility. The head of Lord Halloween is still missing.

Monologue and soundtracks may be used in its entirety, in adaptation or in any other way for theatrical productions, only with permission from Patrick & Fernand Bernauw (info@inter-actief.be). Professionals and amateurs are hereby warned that this play is subject to a royalty fee (11% on the total revenues). "Memoirs of Lord Halloween" is fully protected under the copyright laws of all countries covered by the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Work. All rights, including professional/amateur stage rights, motion, picture, recitation, lecturing, public reading and all other forms of mechanical or electronic reproduction, and the rights of translation into foreign languages, are strictly reserved.

Full Monologue & Soundtrack:  http://www.xinxii.com/en/memoirs-of-lord-halloween-p-338910.html

Preview: http://thelostdutchman.hubpages.com/video/Lord-Halloweens-HipHop
Full monologue: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/250015
Free Download: http://soundcloud.com/scriptomanen/memoirs-of-lord-halloween 

Memoirs of Lord Halloween Met Fotos


A Great War City & Mystery Game About the Angels of Mons: The Mystery of Mons

The Mystery of Mons

The Mystery of Mons

A City Trip With a Mystery Game in Mons, Belgium

Authors: Patrick Bernauw & Marc Borms
Length: 44 pages 

From the Angels to the Hell Hound of Mons... A Great War Experience!

A mystery game in the city of Mons, Belgium. From the Angels to the Hell Hound of Mons: a World War One Experiment with Black Propaganda… Or what we would call now: PSYOPS!

August 1974. Richard Evans was found dead in a city park of Mons, Belgium. In his hands: a Polaroid, showing a strange hippie girl… and then, in a secret compartment in the house of the late Richard Evans, his grandson discovered a series of photographs, each one containing an image of the girl in the Polaroid, dated from August 1914 to 1964.

It appears that during the First World War, Richard Evans worked as an agent for the British secret service and probably was involved in experiments with “black propaganda”, which eventually would lead to some of the greatest myths of the Great War…

This mystery game/city game can be played at home or in the city of Mons, Belgium. Pass the test and discover the secrets of the secret agents of the First World War, and maybe you too will become an expert in “psychological operations” (PSYOPS), deception and disinformation!

(Workbook and solutions are in the Table of Contents section.)

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Patrick Bernauw (scenario) and Marc Borms (photography) are the producers of a "Mysterious Belgium" series city & mystery games.