Those ghosts of the highest rank are called bogeys. When men die still clinging to fierce passion, that passion stains their souls a deep black. Should these polluted souls not be purified, in due time they become bogeys. Once such transformation occurs, even should they be slain, they will inevitably rise again given time, inspired to yet greater hatred and wild violence than in their last incarnation.
Genius painter Jodua Sera has unveiled his first new work in five years to a stunned public. This large-scale painting uses death powder to create a truly unique pallet of hues. One noted critic was quoted as saying, between sobs, 'It is genius, purest genius. Did I mention it is genius?' Others have been quick to support this bold new foray from a well-established art maverick. Death powder craze has spread to all of the ateliers and painters' gardens in town and by all accounts, it looks like a new age of art is dawning.
[view·edit·purge]A bogey, or bogeyman, is a type of poltergeist in European folklore that haunts households. They are said to be formless and can change shape and move objects, but are more mischievous than harmful.