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Death Toll - It Tolls for THEE

Death Toll

The artisans of the imagination of Taylor Imagineering and the Carcosa Collection bring you this sinister offering.  Although perfect for seances and spirit magic performances... it has been designed to bend reality of what is real and what is false... to perhaps make people think twice about what really lurks in their minds... for the sake of appreciating the mysteries of life.

Official release date is Halloween 2010 through theTaylor Imagineering site.  Due to the fact DEATH TOLL it is a collaboration and the bells will not be a limited run of 13, the device will not be sold on the Carcosa Collection site or have the rules of the Court of the King in Yellow applied to it.  But do not fear - it should be noted that Christopher Taylor is a gentleman, one of the honest people in the field, with great communication with his patrons. 

Depending on the response by the mystery performance community, the Carcosa Collection artisans will be prepared to offer limited runs of accessory items for some of the routines designed for the bell... involving dark renaissance artifacts... pseudoscientific electroencephalogram devices... and other macabre items. These likely will be limited offerings obtained via the Unspeakable Bid process...

Time will tell... when tolls the bell.  Perhaps it shall toll for THEE! 

Tome Tribute

"They say foul beings of Old Times still lurk in dark forgotten corners of the world, And Gates stll gape to loose, on certain nights, Shapes pent in Hell."

From Unaussprechlichen Kulten

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Carcosa Collection and Website Bruce Ballon © 2010-2015 , Web Design Luke Shield and Bruce Ballon, Art / Graphics / Photos by Steve Lines and Bruce Ballon, music clip by Ennio Morricone

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Thought of the Eon

There is a concept that is the corrupter and destroyer of all others. I speak not of Evil, whose limited empire is that of ethics; I speak of the infinite.

-Jorge Luis Borges