This Day in History – February 17th, 1864

The H. L. Hunley was a submarine of the Confederate States of America that played a small part in the American Civil War. The Hunley demonstrated the advantages and the dangers of undersea warfare. She was the first combat submarine to sink a warship, although the Hunley was not completely submerged and, following her successful […]

Call of Cthulhu RPG Podcast – “Great Danes”

Masks Side Quest 4, Pt 3: Great Danes A Call of Cthulhu Actual Play Podcast presented by The Nerd’s Domain. This is a side quest to break up chapters of the Masks of Nyarlathotep chapters. It’s a new side quest. Set in World War II, listen as five soldiers and a strange little girl try […]

Voodoo Carnival Report & Feedback

For Valentine’s Day 2015, hundreds of fantastically dressed men and women filled the Southgate House Revival for the fifth annual Voodoo Carnival . . . without a doubt the best one to date! Doors officially opened at 8PM, but a few began arriving before that to peruse the fine array of vendors who were set […]

Symposium Session – Make a Pet Squid

Make a Pet Squid Presented by Pixie Come make a squid with us, all ages are welcome. Instructions and materials will be supplied as you make your new pet. A few pre made squid will be available for younger patrons to personalize and take home. This is a hand on maker workshop geared towards families and children, but […]

This Day in History – February 16th, 1874

Dollar coins have been minted in the United States in gold, silver, and base metal versions. The term silver dollar is often used for any large white metal coin issued by the United States with a face value of one dollar, whether or not it contains some of that metal. Silver dollars, the first dollar […]

Sunday Summary – February 15th, 2015

So what did you miss this week? Monday, February 9th, the US government got into the weather predicting business, we interviewed Sarah Hunter (aka Lady Clankington), and the International Steampunk Symposium added Victorian Flower Language to its list of sessions.   Tuesday, February 10th, Britain launched HMS Dreadnought and changed the face of naval warfare, we interviewed Beckalyn […]

Symposium Session – Navigation – How to Find Your Way Around the World

Navigation – How to Find Your Way Around the World Presented by Mark Gist Presenting navigational instruments and theory from the 13th century through the end of the 19th century for ships, land, and airships. This includes working examples of most of the instruments. The presentations is divided into four parts. The first is on dead […]

Short Story – “Sph1nx”

Ladies and Gentlemen, we present you a Sunday Steampunk Short Story. If you wish to submit your own prose for the reading pleasure of The Pandora Society please following the instructions at the end of this tale . . .  “Sph1nx” by M. Leigh Hood When the scouts reported that god was waiting at the mouth of […]

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