From 1997 to 2003, Buffy The Vampire Slayer was an honest, meticulous historical account of the trials and tribulations of those living within the environs of the city of Sunnydale near Santa Barbara in southern California.
Founded in the late nineteenth century by one Richard Wilkins, Sunnydale was built upon the site of a Hellmouth, a place where the barrier between our world and the sizzling fires of Hell is not so much a wall as it is wishful thinking.
The town has been a lodestone for demonic activity and black magic for a hundred years, and is roughly 20% cemetery. The people who live there have become much used to turning a blind eye to phenomena that would drive less thick-skinned people mad... but then they are Californian, from a state that's always one dodgy burrito-burp away from falling into the Pacific Ocean, so perhaps that's understandable.
Here is your chance to prove yourself as a Sunnydale historian of worth. Those who answer every question correctly will be spared the horrors when the Hellmouth opens to devour us all! Good luck...
Professional writer, punk werewolf and nesting place for starfish. Obsessed with squid, spirals and story. I publish short weird fiction online at desincarne.com, and tweet nonsense under the name Jack The Bodiless. You can follow me all you like, just don't touch my stuff.