Were Occultists Involved in Melbourne’s Early Design?

from Arielle Richards on Vice

Scrolling Reddit one evening, in the kind of internet hole where an interim derealisation takes effect and you become so consumed by information overload that nothing sounds too unhinged and everything seems fascinating, I came across a post on r/melbourne.

“Does anyone have any local urban legends?” it read. “I’ve always kinda assumed that every area had an urban legend or two but I never seem to hear or remember any.”

Flying saucers at Westall primary school in 1966panthers in the hillschutes for the deceased in the labyrinthine “back of house” at Crown Casino, tunnels under the State Library, Museum, and CBD. Clickhole for people desperately craving some sort of lore to underpin all the copy paste late capitalism of Melbourne’s modern sprawl.

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