Tag Archives: San Francisco


Hunter’s Point sisters

My cousin Joe, a San Francisco native who is currently directing a feature film that is deeply rooted in the city’s history, told me the following story, which takes place in a San Francisco neighborhood called Hunter’s Point: “So this happened in Hunter’s Point, the very furthest edge of the city. Before it was a… Continue Reading »

The Proctor House

Folklore Piece “There’s this house in my hometown of Castro Valley, California called the Proctor House and it’s near Proctor Elementary School and it’s also near my house. It’s empty now, like no one lives in there, and it’s mostly populated by homeless people or drug addicts. But, basically like teenagers are dared to go… Continue Reading »

May Festival

The source went to a private school in San Francisco, and every year the school has a May Celebration. “Every year we’d have this huge festival, where each grade would sing a song. And um. Then we’d, the eight graders would do the May Pole, and all of the grades would do turkey in the… Continue Reading »