In OC Weekly's Scariest People issue, Ted B. Kissell
introduces the county's scariest dead people and their spiritual heirs who haunt us still.
Matt Coker introduces the Ghost of Nixonstein, R. Scott Moxley introduces Count Coxula, Gustavo Arellano shows us The Sexorcist, Nick Schou explains the Orange Zombie, and Daffodil J. Altan tours the Haunted Alamo.
R. Scott Moxley entertains us with another edition of “Moxley Confidential: The Rapist, The Judge, the Lawyer and Her Lover” describing a disturbing rape case that is headed for appeal—and the conduct of key officers of the court that should have defense lawyers salivating.
While Gustavo Arellano, Daffodil Altan and Matt Coker show us three local elections worth watching in “Elector Set“.
• The Weekly's standing columns, ¡Ask a Mexican!, Hey You! and Savage Love.
• Restaurant reviews of Garden Grove's Warung Pojok and El Bukanas in Santa Ana.
• Culture focuses on “Blood Work” at the ARTery Gallery at the Lab and South Coast Repertory's 'The Heiress'. Trendzilla talks Accent Pieces and Game On dissects 'Dead Space.'
• Film reviews of 'Zach and Miri Make a Porno,' 'The Changeling' and local special screenings.
• Music features articles on Loudon Wainwright's latest and The Dirtbombs. Rex Reason looks at Santa Ana's Mutilacion in Aural Reports, Locals Only listens to Jim Hitchcock's 'Grateful', and we've got CD reviews of Eagles of Death Metal, 'Heart On' (Downtown Records) and Larkin Grimm, 'Parplar' (Young God Records).
And more daily at OCweekly.com