Monster University Discovered !

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Here at Library we have been observing the case of a potential Monster University for quite sometime. Though only now have the Library’s brave associates at Disney finally discovered the truth behind the myth !
In a rare hidden camera documentary, The Library of Living Monsters offers you a glimpse into the world of Monster University and the brave undercover work that our Library’s Curators have been doing.

MONSTER UNIVERSITY CAMPUS MAP AND INFORMATION  CLICK HERE 
A trailer for the Monster University Documentary can be found bellow..

Terrifying stuff.

Inside the Library: Dracula.

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Once in a while The Library of Living Monsters allows the public a glimpse behind the curtain and into the Library’s vast collection of monsters and ghouls of all shapes and sizes. From the serious to the mischievous. The cute and cuddly and then those which if seen would turn you to stone they are so horrifying.
Today Is one of those days. In fact it is the first time in a long time that the Library has allowed such unparalleled access into its walls of secrecy. SO in celebration of this rare event, we here at the Library of Living Monsters offer you a glimpse at one of the most DANGEROUS and most famous occupants to call the Library home. Dracula.

Here you may see the only image of Dracula in existence following his capture by the brave curators of the Library.

Dracula

Dracula Encased Inside His Prison Of Ice

NOW DO NOT FEAR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN  !!!
As you can see Dracula is encased inside a wall of Ice. He is frozen solid. Unable to move or speak. He is a prisoner, held to order and safely kept away deep inside the Library’s walls. You have nothing to worry about. For nearly 230 years he has been held without any issue, this will not change. You are all completely safe to continue your day as you were without having to worry about impending Vampiric danger.

The Library’s method of encasing Dracula ensures a preservation of the highest quality meaning the beast can be studied and held for future generation to learn and witness. It also is the safest form of containing such a powerful beast.

This concludes the Library Tour for now. We hope you have enjoyed your time behind the curtain, Inside the Library.

 

BERT AND ERNIE CAPTURED AT LAST !

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The activity here at the Library of Living Monsters has been at a secret level of silence.

Why so, I see you read ?

Well only now can we reveal that over the 13 days since Halloween, the Library and its curators have managed to locate and detain the evil celebrity pair known as Bert and Ernie.

More details to follow soon.

Till then, enjoy this photo of duo in custody of the Library.

Bert and Ernie apprehended

Bert and Ernie photographed in Custody of the Library

Warning: Tomorrow Night !

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As you may already know, tomorrow night is All Hallows’ Eve.

Tomorrow night is a night that should of course be enjoyed to its full. Sweets should be eaten ! Apples should be bobbed ! Monsters should roam the streets ! But just remember ladies and gentleman, all is not as it seems. What you may think is an innocent choir boy in a bed sheet, or a preteen wrapped in toilet roll. Could possibly be one of the few remaining vigilante monster that have managed for years to escape our Curators clutches.

Here at the library we are offering a guide.

A guide of monsters to watch out for, protocol when faced with these monsters and of course how to contact the Library if indeed needed.

BEWARE OF THE SCARE !

You presumably over the course of the evening encounter many apparent creatures and ghouls. Here is a compiled list of monster which should not be opened the door too. If you indeed encounter any of the fugitives. Please send a photo to the Library at this address: themonsterclub@hotmail.com

Here the library can deal with all suspected cases and build from there. Your contribution would be much appreciated.

1. The Monster Kitchen Appliance

A lesser known monster. But one that shows up every Halloween. Hard to spot and often hard to work out quite what it is. The Monster Kitchen Appliance has the knack of change his appearance each year. From the Kitchen sink to the dishwasher or even the oven. The Monster Kitchen Appliance has caused terror each year. His shape shifting abilities mean he has gone undetected by the Library’s Curators for over 15 years. Often he appears to be bedraggled and made of cardboard and egg cups. Beware. This is a ruse we have come accustomed to regarding the Monster Kitchen Appliance. As hi-tec or as shambolic as it may appear. The Monster Kitchen Appliance must be found.

The Monster Kitchen Appliance photo

The Monster Kitchen Appliance, last Halloween he was spotted as a Washing Machine.

2. King Kong

Despite his large size, Kong or King Kong as he is known to his subjects,  has evaded capture and sighting since 2005. Film maker Peter Jackson was the last to actually spot the destructive monster. His subsequent documentary of the beasts attack on New York City shows the startling magnitude of the necessity to capture the beast. Any sightings at all, do please get in touch with your local curator at the above address.

Picture of King Kong

Artist representation of the beast known as Kong.

3. SAM

Sam maybe the most secretive and well protected monsters on the loose from the Library. His size and stature mean Halloween is the only safe time for him to appear. No sightings have occurred outside of Halloweens 24 hour period. Sam is often viewed as a cult monster. Worshiped and praised by many for his dedication to the Halloween spirit. This does not alter the fact he is a highly dangerous and frightening beast. If you are unlucky enough to be greeted at your door by his sack covered face. Alert the Library immediately !

Photo of SAM

The last sighting of SAM. His public appearances on Halloween know no bounds.

4. ERNIE AND BERT !

For years Ernie and Bert have wreaked havoc for the Library’s Curators. Publicly mocking them with their constant TV appearances and Fame. These two will be seen tomorrow night. Please report any sightings at the given email address. Future cases involving these two will be addressed later. But for now. They must be found.

Photo of Bert and Ernies

Bert & Ernie outside their house of evil, Casting spells onto innocent towns folk. One of their many terrifying acts of monster cruelty.

5. The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man has been in custody of the Library at 67 differing occasions. However each time it has proven impossible to maintain his capture. Due to of course the nature of his being… Invisible. If tomorrow night you have any “invisible acts” of curious happenings or sighting. Please send your photos to the Library address.

No photo representation available.

Though many have tried to capture the essence of his personality in films that may be found in the Motion Theatre of the Library.

There we have the top five monsters the Library hope to locate and curate this Halloween. But we can only do it with your help. Please contact the Library at : themonsterclub@hotmail.com with any sightings or photos.

Looking Back: Skeleton Store

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Looking back at some of the previous events in the Library’s history is as captivating and astounding as hearing about the new and present exploits of the curators. Here we look back at one of the first know occasions where a monster managed to successfully ingrain itself into a local community…

1920’s Queensland was the scene of a curious case for the Library. Rumour had spread across the globe about a small tight knit community and there curious skeletal set of store clerks. The curator at the time sent to investigate could comprehend such a blatant act of Monster-Human interaction. On the lengthy journey across the seas, it is said the curator received more startling information surround the goings on he was about to witness.

In a telegram held in the Library’s records it states that the people of Queensland had become reliant on the shop of ‘Mufflin & Mcdermotts’, the towns local handy store. Mufflin & Mcdermotts’ are said to have sold a brand of whiskey that the town’s people couldn’t get enough of. In fact demand was so high for the drink that every morning men and women would cue way into the early hours just to make sure they got their hands on the freshest batch. Not only was Mufflin & Mcdermotts beverage in high demand, but also Daniel Mufflin’s prize winning apple snap cookies, said to contain a spec of gold in each bite, were as addictive to the customers as cash seemed to be to Mufflins & Mcdermotts cash register.

Eventual it was written that Mufflin & Mcdermott planned to take their hard earned cash and set up a new shop across the world in New York City. When word got out though, the people of Queensland were not too pleased. The thought of no more whisky or apple snaps, well it shocked and scared them. Eventually it was decided that the only way to maintain Mufflin& Mcdermott as residents of Queensland would be with the help of old Australasian magic buried in the rocks and grounds of the town. Of course this was successful and the bodies of Mufflin & Mcdermott remained slaves to the town, unable to leave, unable to stop serving and unable to die!

65 years had passed since the plan and of course the original town’s folk had long since passed. Whisky had expanded beyond the source of one local shop and apple snaps had become a household bake. Eventual less and less people began to visit the skeletal owned shop. But yet every day the smell of lingering apple snaps and salty malt whisky wafted from the run down establishment. But still nobody came to buy. It was the act of Cedrick Lee, a local butcher, who invited the men to come work for him, integrating them into society outside of whisky and baked goods.

When the curator landed in Queensland there was no trouble in offering both Mcdermott and Mufflin places in the library cafe.
A successful case and one to this day that the Library still enjoys the benefits of. Why right now I’m enjoying fresh Mufflin apple snaps.

Daniel Mufflin and Cedrick Lee riding bikes to an Orchard

Looking Back: Outside Help ?

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Looking back at some of the previous events in the Library’s history is as captivating and astounding as hearing about the new and present exploits of the Curators. Here we look at an early attempt by some of the Library’s most famous occupants, showcasing how they tried to use their own terrifying personas and characteristics in order to blend into society undetected from the Library’s investigations…

1931 Horror documentaries were at their peak of popularity. Universal had acquired rights to the Library’s growing catalogue and began promoting them in movie theatres across the country. Though the public perceived them as works of fiction, the films were actual genuine cases of the Curators hard work and valiant efforts to protect mankind. However as some of the documentaries showed, the library was at times unsuccessful in maintaining the peace. In order to not cause public panic at the actualities that Frankenstein and ancient Egyptian pharaohs were roaming the country slaughtering and causing havoc the endings were at times edited using actors. These documentaries and many more can be accessed in the Motion Theatre section of the Library.

In reality these Monsters showcased were still out there and more high profile than ever. Of course meaning that one false move, one slip up, one sighting could end their freedom and reign of terror. Therefore these high profile Monsters had to find ways to go undetected. In 1945 these article appeared inside Marvel comic books across the world. The advert stated that genuine replica masks could be purchased. The demand was so high that within week people everywhere were walking around in them, streets filled with Phantoms and Wolfmen. The Library was in undated by sightings of their most wanted monsters that the Curators were stretched to within breaking point. All cases reported and investigated came back as negative; simply they were just sightings of humans in their purchased mask of choice.

The actual Monsters had gone about undetected, this is one of few cases where Monsters have worked together to avoid detection and achieved such. It is a moment in the Library’s history that is tarnished to this day.

The less said the better.
The better said, the less involved.

An early attempt by monster kind to blend into society and avoid detection from the Library

Looking Back: Monster Orphans found !

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Looking back at some of the previous events in the Library’s history is as captivating and astounding as hearing about the new and present exploits of the curators. Here we look at monumental case for the Library and one that still to this day stands out as a captivating   event…

In 1802 the Library was called out by a worried theme park owner. The cause of his worry was expressed in a letter as; “THERE BE DEVILS IN MY TRAILER !!”. The curator on the case expected on arrival to find nothing but light tricks and an inebriated manager. Nothing could be further from the truth. Case records show that the out of business theme park was situated upon the cliffs of eastern Brazil. The cliffs themselves were investigated by a Chinese news team in 2008 after a couple claimed they had discovered a confused theme park owner claiming to be 0ver 200 years old.

After a two week travel to get there, the Curator found no sign of a manager or a theme park. Instead he came face to face with a breeding ground of terror. This is the first sighting and known home of child monsters. There has never been a found explanation to how or why they were there, but further investigation till the mid 1850’s remain secret even to this day, due to the great fire which destroyed the 1850’s record department within the Library.

Word has it that the investigating curator found a park brimming with orphan abandoned monsters. The worst case of orphan neglect since records began, though to the general public monster orphans remain an anonymity. The photo bellow shows how this group of monster orphans, (all of different breeds) had stolen the theme park owners clothing in order to try and blend into human life.

Future cases of orphan monster all show influence from this great discovery. No matter how scattered the facts or vague the story. The discovery of orphan monster attempting to become human was something that is as haunting now as it was to the Curator in 1802.

1802 Rare sighting of orphan monsters