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  • New Haven News Journal
    If it makes the news, it would be here. Gossip magazine, daily finds. Want ads, weather reports, sometimes crazy stuff.
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    10 Posts
    Last post City Security
    by fairfolk View the latest post
    Sun Mar 26, 2017 3:09 am
  • Surrounding Woodland
    During the day the surrounding woodland seems friendly enough. Its at night that its the most dangerous, the fog rolls in and visibility became almost impossible. Often there are the calls of wild, the sound of animals but never bugs, never normal night sounds. Sometimes hikers are lead astray by witch lights. And others, well they take a wrong turn and end up eaten by the parts of the woodlands that become almost marsh like. Many campers have returned telling tales of white shadow women that disappeared as they got closer.
    16 Topics
    46 Posts
    Last post Covering Up A Gooey Murder [L…
    by Jaling View the latest post
    Tue May 02, 2017 2:42 am
  • Beach
    The beach is a long expanse of land with various places to park, one must walk across the small rocks to get to the sand of the beach. The air is always cold and the sky is always gray but that does not stop those who wish to spend time upon the beach
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    13 Posts
    Last post Driving Lessons
    by Elsaa View the latest post
    Sat May 06, 2017 3:21 am
  • Pier
    The Pier is old, its been there as long as anyone can remember and promises a good time for adults and children alike. It has old fashion game vendors, a automated gypsy that will tell your fortune, places you can get great hot dogs and funnel cakes. A indoor merry go round with weathered sea animals and sleds, and a ferris wheel that allows riders to see across the Gulf into the ever vast ocean. Watch your children, more then one has been lost here and more then one woman has disappeared never to be seen again.[The Rack]
    6 Topics
    8 Posts
    Last post Running Into An Old Friend...…
    by QuicksilverFox85 View the latest post
    Sat Feb 18, 2017 11:37 pm
  • Dog Wood Presence
    Dogwood presence is the largest neighborhood in New Haven and the furthest from the water. It is almost a boarder between the city itself and the surrounding woodlands as if a protective barrier of land and community. Those who live in this area are usually farm land, rural areas with large acres of land that has no neighbor in walking distance. Those who live in this area, are a mixed income ranging from startling rich to almost destitute poor.
    12 Topics
    38 Posts
    Last post Talking about Nightmares (log)
    by Elsaa View the latest post
    Sat Aug 05, 2017 2:24 am
  • Bayside
    Centrally located neighborhood with easy access to the heart of the city, one of the Richer areas in the city with houses near the water, most owners have their own boats.
    47 Topics
    307 Posts
    Last post 30 Pieces of Silver - The Boy…
    by Eternal Darkness View the latest post
    Tue Sep 26, 2017 12:54 am
  • Parkside
    Adjacent to Bay side, with a 50 acer grassy expanse in the center of the city with nearly a 1000 trees, a pond, playground, recreational center, tennis courts, volleyball courts.
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    194 Posts
    Last post Field Trip
    by Violetpanda View the latest post
    Sat Sep 02, 2017 12:09 pm
  • Downtown
    Downtown New Haven gives the false impression of safety. Its old, the buildings made of stone and old architecture. They are one after another, almost on top of each other. The Highest building in downtown being 4 stories. The lamp posts are of Victorian design. The side walks cobblestone instead of concrete. And seeming to always burst with activity. There are downtown restaurants, coffee shops, wood shops, theaters and festive. Downtown also leads to the Fish Market and thus the harbor. The sky is always overcast with the occasional spot of blue and sun, the bricks often glisten with the water that is in the air. The festive city hides a deeper rot. A Alley might feel as though the worst crimes could be committed in moments. A unaware might be robbed..or killed. But that alley might also summon, call to the passer by and though they fear the dark within go like a lamb to the slaughter.
    48 Topics
    249 Posts
    Last post A Normal Day (Jason Strode, M…
    by Eternal Darkness View the latest post
    Sat Sep 02, 2017 8:51 am
  • Brunswick village
    North West of Bay side, Brunswick village is the hip and up and coming neighborhood with small restaurants, coffee shops and corner stores. The old rail road once went through Brunswick but was decommissioned in the late 40s, now the Caboose and a few of the older passenger cars serve as a quint restaurant and hang out, called "The Tug"
    98 Topics
    677 Posts
    Last post Revelations over Coffee (Jaso…
    by Eternal Darkness View the latest post
    Sun Aug 20, 2017 12:04 am
  • Nellys Peak
    Named after the first unfortunate suicide in New Haven, she was a sister in the church who got to close to the abyss. This part of the city is the poorest of the neighborhoods and has a high crime rate. It is North East of the city, a few miles from Murkwood cemetery and the Suicide Cliffs themselves.
    38 Topics
    168 Posts
    Last post To the Candyman
    by Eternal Darkness View the latest post
    Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:41 am
  • Murkwood Cemetery
    Murkwood Cemetery sits upon a hill about 15 miles outside of the city proper. The cemetery itself spans 2 miles, long and wide peaking on the top of a mountain.I twas once called the Rolling Hill Cemetery but as it is often shrouded in fog it became the Murkwood Cemetery before the Civil War. The Chapel of St. Brigid our shinning Lady is at the base of the cemetery. One can opt to drive or walk up the mountain through the various crypts, head makers and mausoleums. This cemetery is old, and feels cramped and watched, the very air seems to breathe with the dead. [For further description see the setting descriptions]
    Subforum: Necropolis
    6 Topics
    73 Posts
    Last post Pleasant Conversation and Off…
    by QuicksilverFox85 View the latest post
    Sat Feb 18, 2017 10:55 pm
  • Suicide Cliffs
    The stars can be seen , so lovely for such a sorrowful place. Suicide cliffs are a expanse of rock face that has green foliage and trees near the top. At the bottom the waves of the ocean crash against jagged rocks. Sometimes crimson can be seen in the waves and legend has it that is the blood of those poor souls that have chosen to take their life and all they left behind was blood in the water.
    14 Topics
    90 Posts
    Last post The Sad Tale of Nurse Hawthor…
    by Eternal Darkness View the latest post
    Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:44 am
  • Ship Graveyard
    It just is. They never try to remove it and they rarely even acknowledge its there. They certainly -haven't- bothered to do much exploring of it the land is treacherous. Occasionally, the light house will fail in the gulf storms and a new ship will be lost to the grave yard. They have found their final resting place since before the civil war. And those who dare look into it, those who have peered to closely to the whispers of what lie beneath say a lot of the trouble started here.
    4 Topics
    27 Posts
    Last post Trial by Fire (Consilium)
    by Jakondite View the latest post
    Sat May 13, 2017 4:43 am
  • Yesterdays Grimoire.
    This is where scenes or mood posts that take place in the past go.
    3 Topics
    8 Posts
    Last post Re: Dreams - (Snow - Past)
    by Jakondite View the latest post
    Tue Aug 15, 2017 11:46 pm
  • Otherworlds
    Within this dark world, countless others exist. Worlds in which all kinds of alien beings exist. Wormwood, the Shadow, the Hedge, the Human Soul - All worlds which can exist probably do, and this forum is where we put them.
    18 Topics
    139 Posts
    Last post Re: Rocking the Boat (Rose Mo…
    by Colibri View the latest post
    Sat Sep 30, 2017 1:16 pm
  • Outside the City
    For locations that take place outside of New Haven Proper
    4 Topics
    4 Posts
    Last post She Whom the Devil Loves (Jas…
    by Eternal Darkness View the latest post
    Wed Sep 06, 2017 6:18 am

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