The Best of Dark Class

Thank you, dear readers, for helping make the Dark Class blog read by an average of 140 unique visitors every day!  To celebrate how far the blog has come, here’s the five most popular and well-trafficked blog posts on this website:

#1. The Ultimate Dark, Classy Lounge

#2. Watch “Oddities” Online Free

#3. Attracting Crows and Ravens

#4. Hidden Doors & Passageways

#5. Macabre Jokes


We’re Back!

Dear readers,

Sincerest apologies for the drought of posts over the past couple of weeks!  Unfortunately, my laptop suffered a rather severe virus of some sort, and I have been unable to procure reliable Internet access.  The situation is now rectified and I hope to resume my daily posting schedule!  Thank you all for your patience!

~ Mr. Addams

Published in: on March 16, 2011 at 1:27 pm  Leave a Comment  

Listen to Dark Classical Music

I’ve just added a nifty, little widget to the sidebar of this blog for your enjoyment.  Play through over twenty dark, classical songs while you browse the site!  The currently available titles include:

  • “Prelude and Fugue in A Minor” by Bach
  • “Prelude and Fugue in B Minor” by Bach
  • “Prelude and Fugue in C Minor” by Bach
  • “Prelude and Fugue in E Minor (Cathedral)” by Bach
  • “Sonata No. 5 in F Minor” by Bach
  • “Toccata and Fugue in D Minor” by Bach
  • “Moonlight Sonata” by Beethoven
  • “Hungarian Dance, No. 5” by Brahms
  • “Libertango” by C. Giorgi
  • “Organ Concerto, Movements I-III” by Francis Poulenc
  • “La Cumparsita” by Gerardo Hernan Matos Rodriguez
  • “Concerto in A Minor, Parts 1 & 3” by J.G. Walther and G. Torelli
  • “Colores de Tango” by Otra
  • “Con Impetu” by Otra
  • “La Follia” by Vivaldi
  • “The Four Seasons: Summer” by Vivaldi

If you want to make your own mp3 player for your blog or website, visit

Published in: on January 25, 2011 at 12:25 pm  Leave a Comment  

Inaugural post

Welcome dear readers to the inaugural post of my new weblog, “Dark Class”.

In the following posts, I will bring you examples of the delightfully dark, the rivetingly rare, and the marvelously macabre, with which you may season your home, wardrobe, and intellect, in elegance and savoir faire.  Avoiding the superabundance of the bright and boring, as well as the cheap cartoonishness of other sites claiming to be “dark” and “macabre,” this blog will bring to the reader’s attention antiques, decoration techniques, architecture, fashion, films, literature, and other miscellanea which possess a peculiar caliginous charm.

Thank you for visiting, and please return often, as this blog will be updated frequently.

Published in: on September 28, 2010 at 12:00 am  Comments (1)  
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