Interview with blogger Daryl Wor of The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows

A fitting addition for me on Mother’s Day. ❤

Sumiko Saulson

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The Blogger

Daryl Wor is an actor/writer/comedienne who creates the podcast, audio-drama and writes the blog for a (mainly) 1960’s multi-fandom creation: The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows. Having worked on original material prior to this, also delving into several spooky or supernatural worlds, combining many beloved screen characters of the darker but fun variety is a challenge but manageable. The fandoms involved are numerous but the main ones mixed in are day-time drama Dark Shadows, two characters from several comedy skits on The Kids In The Hall, Wadsworth from the film Clue (which took place in 1954), The Ghost & Mrs. Muir television program, The Addams Family, and Lily from The Munsters.

Previously a vision-therapist and a high-school teacher for a special education program with emotionally-disturbed students requiring therapy, problem-solving by example is nothing new to her. The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows, as well as a vampiric and…

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2 thoughts on “Interview with blogger Daryl Wor of The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows

  1. That was a great interview with Sumiko, Daryl. I really enjoyed it, and I got to learn some things about you that I didn’t know before and your advice on blogging is helpful. Thanks 😉

    • morlock13 says:

      Yay! Thanks. I really enjoyed the creation. Just strait forward, less angst than on my own blog, haha. Recognition is wonderful. (And you’re welcome, my dear friend.)

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