Inside The Old House

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'''Inside The Old House''' was a fanzine devoted to the television programme ''Dark Shadows'' published by Old House Publishing and edited by Dale Clark.
'''Inside The Old House''' was a fanzine devoted to the television programme ''Dark Shadows'' published by Old House Publishing and edited by Dale Clark.
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''Inside The Old House'' began publishing in Dallas, texas, U.S.A. in 1978. Each issue features fan fiction, poetry, artwork, biographies of ''Dark Shadows'' characters, discussions of controversies within the ''Dark Shadows'' community, a fan letter column,and classified ads for ''Dark Shadows paraphernalia.  
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''Inside The Old House'' began publishing in Dallas, Texas, U.S.A. in 1978. Each issue features fan fiction, poetry, artwork, biographies of ''Dark Shadows'' characters, discussions of controversies within the ''Dark Shadows'' community, a fan letter column,and classified ads for ''Dark Shadows paraphernalia. More than 60 issues have appeared since the editor began publishing.
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Contributors included Sandy Adams, Dianne Borsenik, Shawn Downs, William J. Mann, Andy Nunez,  M.J. Reid, and Matthew Richardson.
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Contributors included Sandy Adams, Dianne Borsenik, Shawn Downs, William J. Mann, Andy Nunez,  M.J. Reid, and Matthew Richardson, and others.
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Artwork was by Janet Meehan.
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Artwork was by Janet Meehan and others.
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Revision as of 08:48, 24 March 2011

Inside The Old House was a fanzine devoted to the television programme Dark Shadows published by Old House Publishing and edited by Dale Clark.

Inside The Old House began publishing in Dallas, Texas, U.S.A. in 1978. Each issue features fan fiction, poetry, artwork, biographies of Dark Shadows characters, discussions of controversies within the Dark Shadows community, a fan letter column,and classified ads for Dark Shadows paraphernalia. More than 60 issues have appeared since the editor began publishing.

Contributors included Sandy Adams, Dianne Borsenik, Shawn Downs, William J. Mann, Andy Nunez, M.J. Reid, and Matthew Richardson, and others.

Artwork was by Janet Meehan and others.

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