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!! OMG, the homeowners of the house from ‘The Conjuring’ are suing Warner Brothers because of all the ghosthunters showing up on their property !!


Norma Sutcliff and Gerry Helfrich are suing Warner Brothers for some big money and a security system, after saying that the filmmakers didn’t do a good enough job hiding their real address!

“Ever since the movie came out, we’ve been harassed, trespassed [upon], stalked, and beseiged,” says Norma “They come at all times of the day. Last Saturday, I called police at 3:30 a.m. because there was a whole group of them outside the house. It’s horrendous.”​ She says they’ve installed fences & “No Trespassing” signs on the property since the movie came out, to no avail. ​”It won’t end,” she said. “I mean, can you imagine the horror of trying to sell this house?”​

Poor thing!

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!! OMG, calling all the basic bitches! Meet the Frappula – STARBUCKS’ new Halloween-inspired Frap! !!


Move over-pumpkin spice! Throw on your UGGs and rush down to a Starby’s cuz they’ve got a new frap with 6 pumps of syrup just in time for Halloween called the Frappula Frappuccino!

The “vampire-inspired” coffee drink begins with mocha sauce and whipped cream at the bottom of the cup, followed by the chain’s white chocolate mocha Frappuccino. The gory drink gets topped with raspberry syrup to give it that spooky, bloody Halloween effect.
Starbucks will be serving the punny-named drink until Nov. 1, and after that you’ll have to be super creative to get it AKA order off the secret menu.

That moment when you realize that Starbucks has just become a high-cal milkshake factory, and no longer is about coffee!

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!! OMG, Vincent Price’s daughter confirms what we’ve all known for a while now: That he was also a fan of the peen! !!


In case you are blind, here’s some solid confirmation that you may have had a little hunch about: During a recent interview with #Boom Magazine celebrating the 50th anniversary re-release of Victoria Price’s family cookbook, A Treasury of Great Recipes, Victoria Price spoke about her father Vincent coming out to her as bi, just as she came out to him as a lesbian:

“He said to me, ’You know, I know just how you feel, because I have had these deep, loving relationships with men in my life—and all my wives were jealous,’” she recalls.

Victoria admits she’s been pestered about her father’s sexuality her whole life. One time, at a West Hollywood nightclub in the late 80s, cemented how disquieting she found the chatter.

A blond woman with a wry expression came over to me and said, “You’re Vincent Price’s daughter. Your father’s gay, isn’t he?”

I don’t remember my mumbled reply—except that, sadly, it wasn’t very witty—”I don’t know” or “He was married three times.”

But I do remember that I was shocked. Not because it was the first time someone had suggested that he might be gay or at the very least bisexual.

But because, until that moment, I hadn’t really understood the degree to which my 78-year-old father’s sexuality, whatever it might be, had become public property to be discussed, analyzed, bandied about, as one might share a recipe or chat about the weather.

Darkness falls across the land, but coming out is oh-so grand! Welcome Vincent to the club c/o Vicky Price!

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