Baby in a Blender: Uncensored Original Manuscript (1978) by Terry Musalata
FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1982!
The horror community was shocked last April when Terry “The Creator” Musalata released his seminal extreme horror book, Baby in a Blender on Godless. Now, he’s going to give us the fully uncensored, unedited original 1978 manuscript of the book that started it all.
THE FULLY UNCENSORED BABY IN A BLENDER IS HERE!
The original text (originally printed in Pochende Faust issue #27) was later released as a limited print book. It was almost immediately banned in 1982. Not only did Terry unearth this rare manuscript, but he also re-created his original cover illustration and artwork. Also included: The original Pochende Faust cover that featured Terry Musalata’s bombastic debut.
Don’t expect this book to ever make it beyond Godless or the Darknet. And don’t expect it to be available for very long.
Terry Musalata’s timeless classic, Baby in a Blender, is widely accepted to be the story that created the entire ‘babies in blenders’ genre, and despite a plethora of books following in its wake, remains the pivotal extreme horror tale of newly born infants and kitchen appliances.
Following protests from governments, religious bodies, and various human rights groups, Baby in a Blender was withdrawn from sale in 1982 and only resurfaces today as a part of the new Godless Extreme Horror imprint.
Musalata now works as a door-to-door kitchen appliance salesman, although rumours indicate he has dusted off his pencils to work on a film adaptation of his still revered masterpiece.
The cover of Pochende Faust #27 (1978)