Voyage North | Feb 1, 2013 | 5:36

Thunder Bay Gorelesque

Well, we'd wager it's the most unusual early Valentine's celebration you're likely to come across. Thunder Bay's "gorelesque" troupe "The Necromancer"s are putting on their "Valentine Blood Bath" tomorrow night at Black Pirates Pub. "Gorelesque" is pretty much what is sounds like: A place where the glitzy , seductive world of burlesque show collides with B-movie gore.

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