Monster Byte: First Tcho-Tcho wins Miss Innsmouth Pageant

By Bryan Thao Worra

Innsmouth, MA – Rhammala Leukao was crowned Miss Innsmouth on Sunday night, becoming the first Tcho-Tcho American to win the beauty pageant.

Leukao, 23, who has lived in Innsmouth most of her life, beat out 17 other contestants for the grand prize and will go on to represent the town at the state level in October. She recently graduated from the Miskatonic University College of Pharmacy and Health Science. She tells the Innsmouth Free Press she …

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Monster Byte: Innsmouth Weeding Out Trouble

By Bryan Thao Worra

Innsmouth, MA – Innsmouth is currently embroiled in a major contretemps regarding weed abatement and fire safety. Ironically, some of our storied residents who have been at the forefront, demanding greater safety from wildfires, are now the most up in arms over what they view as the excessive demands in weed clearance.

Some of the objections may be based on reality, while others verge on phantasmagorical. Town Council Member Shawn Clarkson was asked by several of …

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Monster Byte: Tcho-Tcho Student Conference to Cover 36 years since end of the Vietnam War

By Bryan Thao Worra

Innsmouth, MA – Miskatonic University anthropologist Warner Cowan will be the keynote speaker at the Tcho-Tcho Student Conference on Saturday, September 13 in Prinn Hall.  The theme of the conference, which is open to graduate, undergraduate and high school students with parental permission, is “Remembering Shadow Armies and Democratization in Southeast Asia.”  Cowan, a specialist in the Tcho-Tcho community and minority tribes of Southeast Asia, is the author of Eating Spirits, Living Dreams, which won …

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Monster Byte: New Project Planned for Innsmouth’s South End

By Bryan Thao Worra

Innsmouth, MA – Changes are coming to Innsmouth’s south end near Downtown, thanks to the future Gilman Community Center.

The community center is set to be built off Elliot and Babson streets. Now, Innsmouth developers are working to build a place for families along nearby Adams Street.

Residents excited about ushering in a new era for Downtown’s south end are hoping that another major project set to coincide with the opening of the Gilman Community Center …

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Monster Byte: Aquarium Waitress Found Dead in Yawnston

By Bryan Thao Worra

Innsmouth, MA – Homicide detectives Wednesday were investigating the death of a
31-year-old woman under “suspicious circumstances” in the unincorporated township of Yawnston.

Authorities were called at 9:23 p.m. on Tuesday to the 1200 block of Clearfield Lane, said Sandra
Lewiston of the Innsmouth Police Department.

Janine Woodson of Yawnston was pronounced dead at the scene and her body was taken to Innsmouth General Hospital, according to Assistant Coroner Robert Narmer, who stated that an autopsy …

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Monster Byte: Do you believe in the Sleep Racer?

By Bryan Thao Worra

Innsmouth, MA – Things really came to life at the Innsmouth Public Library on Thursday night during a free lecture and community discussion organized by the Innsmouth Medical Center and the Town Council. The actual title of the presentation was uninspiring, “Mechanisms and Prevalence of Sudden Unexpected Death Syndrome Among Tcho-Tcho Refugees”, as has been typical of the same agency who also brought forward the snoozer, “The Innsmouth Look: Diagnostic Reflections on Morphologies and Cryptonarratives, 1896-1927”.…

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