New Ambrose Bierce Print
Help support our new Ambrose Bierce documentary by purchasing one of these cool framed prints here.
Bierce was a famous man in his day, called 'The Wickedest Man in San Francisco' for his biting newspaper columns and rapier wit. He wrote the enduring 'An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge' that was made into an Academy Award-winning film that also ran on the Twilight Zone.
He disappeared, presumably in Mexico, an old man seeking out Pancho Villa, adventure, and death. What became of him, no one can say for certain.
These prints were commissioned specifically for the upcoming film.
You can't purchase them anywhere else.
In the farmlands of the midwest a giant menace is growing, fueled by radiation and spread by the carelessness of man.
For the first time, learn the secrets behind the great terror that very near destroyed the country, and the postcards that dared to tell the truth…
Winner - Best Short
Bones International Film & Music Festival Muskogee, OK
Postcards of the Apocalypse wins an award for Best Mockumentary Short at the Bare Bones Festival! Pick up some Postcards to help fund the upcoming documentary project.