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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

GORELANDO: Local Playboy Model Takes To The Shadows

Posted By on Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 6:35 PM

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Local Playboy model Amber Sym is no stranger to horror, and now she's bringing her cheese, glitz (and uncanny ability to make men around the country master the art of one-handed typing) to your living room with her new webseries, "Florida in the Shadows" from Saternapinatost films, airing on YouTube.

It’s a sexy, campy romp through haunted locations with Amber acting as horror hostess Countessa Lenore, The Harlot of Horror! The first episode takes Countessa to a lake in the Ocala National Forest known to locales as The Haunted Lake of the KKK. New episodes will air on a weekly basis, so keep your eyes peeled!

Sure, Amber plows through the cue cards like with an air of caution...But that's part of the charm. It grew on me, it'll grow on you. Wait. That sounds terrible. ANYWAY, check out the first episode here:

And for those who just can't get enough, here's a little doc on making this thing happen:

And lastly, if you're in the mood to follow the sexual seductress on her personal page, Amber Sym is at your internet disposal---No fapping....Or at least do it at home. Check her out HERE.

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