Hogwart's School Of Tabloid
Journalists -- that's the joke that applied based on J. K. Rowling
literary creation as the joke was applied when someone took my high school photo from my senior year and doctored it to make me look like Harry Potter on Something Awful
. Some factions in the industry when they saw me do a photo giving the finger they tried to do a rule 34
with the photograph and other gross shit. During the era An Eye In Shadows
was playing out originally the Chicago Tribune
reported on a Gym teacher who was arrested for pulling a Jared Fogle
with a 16 year old female student.
Glenbard East became the setting of the Gothic Real Person Fiction
horror tale, Wandering In Darkness which became the story of the second namesake. A House of Pain alumni joined the second namesake as an alumni was part of the first one. In the mid-1990s The Echo did a piece about witchcraft
discussions as students were making jokes about partying with ghosts in the commentary. The nickname "The Occult Glenbard" stuck from this. Discussions on MySpace.com
in the 2006 era on the high school group about ghosts was one of the most popular threads invoked as the story from Withersin before it was published as it was being written became the starting point for the discussions.
You'd be surprised what emerged from the 1990s era of DuPage County -- if you read An Eye In Shadows
and Wandering In Darkness one will see a much more diabolical look at the insight of the Glenbard consisting of glass, the high school known as Glenbard East. The Cabbie Homicide's guilty party was a class of 1994 as his classmate was in his seventh grade homeroom.
It had been the subject of controversy in the 2000s as a bomb threat, a Columbine style shooting, baseball team hazing (ie the urination on a student aka the Locker Room Urine Incident,) sex scandals and you name it. A regular Hogwarts School of Tabloid
Journalists when you realize they produced the writer of The Fandom Writer
. The editor/publisher who became known for using Gothic.net's former editor's photograph for a urinal cake and uploading the aftermath.