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Updated January 2022 (!about time!)

Most of this stuff you know. If you aren't of legal age, go away now. This stuff is meant for consenting adults only. If you're accessing this from someplace where severely twisted erotica is illegal, you might get busted if you don't go away, but I personally plan to leave that up to you. I'll be asking these questions again, so expect it.

This is fantasy. Don't go off and try any of this in real life and then come blaming me.

All this stuff, the text and the pictures, are copyrighted Sam Leo 1997-2008. What this means is you can save them or give them to your friends or post them on Usenet, but you can't sell them. If you do sell them and we find out about it, me and the boys'll be paying you a little visit.

If any of the pictures I'm using violates someone else's copyright, let me know about it and I'll take it down and replace it.


To ensure compatibility with laptops amd smaller monitors, most of the site is adjusted to fit an 800x600 screen, although some pages are allowed to self-adjust, such as the one you're now viewing.

If you have a very small or low resolution screen (less than 800x600), then of course some scrolling up and down and, in places, left and right, will be necessary. With some displays, the small window at the top might be unuseable; in such cases, you can right-click on the small window, then choose "open frame in new tab" or (in MSIE) focus your pointer on one of the elements (music is on the left, the map on the right in case they are just blurs), then choose "open link in new tab." Once you've done this you have the music/map structure tabbed and whenever you wish you can open it so that you can see what you're doing.


The site was originally optimized for Netscape 3+, when it was first launched at blackplague.org, back in May of 1997. In the twenty-four years it has existed, a succession of changes in browser protocols has taken place. The site is pretty much compatible at this point with all major browsers, little or nothing needs to be changed or added (except for an issue with the background music in Firefox).


Popup windows other than "onclick" (which popup window blockers do not block) are no longer used at Sam's Place.


Most browsers now handle the types of audio files now used (.mid and .mp3) without problems or add-ons. The exception is Firefox; in Chrome and Edge (I'll let you know about Safari and Opera, haven't tested them yet), the default is to allow audio/video files to begin playing automatically. In Firefox, the default is NOT to allow them to play without user interaction (which prevents advertisers from suddenly and unexpectedly screaming at you to rush out an buy a Toyota). This is convenient, and so what you want to do is create an exception for this site. To do so:

Press Control-I (you can do it now). The letter "I," not "1."

You'll see that a window pops up. Choose the tab that says "permissions."

Now find "autoplay" in the list (near the top). The "use default" box will be checked. Click the button that says "Allow Audio and Video." Close the window. Autoplay will now work in Firefox ONLY here, and the background music will play as expected.

As of this update, the background music has been eliminated in the no-frames mirror site. The reasons for this are given below.

In the Framed Site:
To turn the music off, use the scroll bar in the little tiny top frame (the upper frame scrollbars). Use the "down" scroll arrow (the word "map" should progress upward). Scroll until you see the audio console, which allows you to play/pause/set the volume.

Changing the musical selection has been discontinued for now. If there's an interest I'll put it back in a different format.

Note that parts of this, in fact a lot of things at Sam's, won't work correctly if you have no Javascript or have your Javascript disabled.

In the No-Frame Site:
The only music available in the no-frames site is that integral to the pages themselves, not background music. Song selections for "The Leather Queen" and "The Redhead" in the "Three Dames" section continue to function, as does the music for "The Ballad of Ded Bob" in Room 213 upstairs. The sound effects at the Usher House, in the Aztec World, and in Room 213 function as well. Music to accompany some of the stories also works in the no-frame site. If you want background music, use the framed site.


You should not have any problems with the music unless you have no Javascript or have your Javascript disabled.



The chat applications at Sam's have not been used for a decade, but I'll leave these instructions here in case things change.


From the framed site, the chat rooms can be accessed at

A listing of the chat rooms is in the frame on the left. For access from the NO FRAMES site, use:
To use MIRC-based chat, you do have to have a copy of mIRC on your system. There are ways to set up other IRC clients to work, but I'll only cover mIRC (which is designed to work this way) here. If you don't have it already, you can get a copy from:

The mIRC Home page.

Once you have it, set up your nickname and one alternate, enter an E-mail address and your "real name." Under "local info," set things for "always get local host" and "method=normal." For this purpose you don't have to worry about servers and ports and so on.

When you start up mIRC (version 6.31), the "about" window pops up first. You can avoid this by registering it (and paying for it). If you haven't registered it you can still use it, but you have to go through two passes of waits, clicking "continue" each time. There is apparently no way to avoid this (as there was in older versions).

The older version of web chat links, using .chat files and MLINK.EXE, has been discontinued. mIRC now supports direct irc:// statements, meaning your browser does not have to be configured to handle IRC. Note: this is mIRC specific, you must have a fairly current version of mIRC (such as 6.31) installed for this to work. When you click on one of these links, you may get a message saying "An external application must be launched to handle irc.links." Click "continue," of course, but before you do you might want to check the box that says "Remember my choice for all links of this type," otherwise you'll see this every time you use an IRC link. When IRC pops up, it may ask if you want to change servers. Click the button that says "change servers and join the channel," then OK.

Using IRC without going through your browser:

What the browser links do for you is to
1. Find you a server
2. Connect you directly to a channel.

You can do this manually without ever opening your browser, if you wish. Open mIRC (or any other IRC client) and choose a server as follows:
a. For Sam's_Place, Necrobabes, etc., choose any Dalnet server.
Recommended servers:
i. stlouis.dal.net
ii. groucho.dal.net
b. For #snuffsex (Undernet), choose any Undernet server.
Recommended servers:
i. los-angeles.ca.us.undernet.org
ii. stlouis.mo.us.undernet.org
c. For the Conference Room, choose as a server
Recommended servers:
ii. greennet.ma.us.webchat.org
Note: You'll probably have to add these to your list using "add" on the setup screen.
Once you're on a server, decide on your channel. Then join it according to the following examples (#1 assumes you're on Dalnet, #2 will work on Dalnet or Undernet, #3 assumes you're on irc.webmaster.com):
1. /join #Sam's_Place
2. /join #snuffsex
3. /join #blackplague
Now... start talking.



1. This is accessed as "The Conference Room" from the same list of IRC chatrooms. If you're using NS4 or MSIE4 this is reasonably automatic, you don't have to do anything except click on the link. If you're using MSIE3 you'll probably get a "numeric exception" message; you can access it using the link below if that happens. With non-Java browsers like the final release of NS3, you'll get a window informing you that Java is required; but, if you've configured your browser to use mIRC as described above, you can click on the link in the error-message window and access the channel from there--or, alternately, from the link below.

2. In the NO FRAMES version, the Java-chat is not offered. Instead, a simple mIRC based link is used to provide access to The Conference Room. You'll find it in the list with the other IRC chatrooms, and you can find that list here, or you can access The Conference Room immediately using the link below.

The Conference Room (does not require Java).

3. The Java-based Conference room was developed by Sonya.



The Necrobabes Public Bulletin Board is inactive and disabled at the moment. Again, I'll leave the instructions here in case that changes. Also note that most of the other boards listed no longer exist. Note as well that some of these domains have been picked up by someone else, so clicking on them will take you... somewhere. There may be malware there, so be careful doing this.

1. The Main (framed) Site:

The Necrobabes Public Bulletin Board can be accessed at
In the bottom frame at the right, you'll see a "reload" tag and a "post" tag. Using this posting tag you can post immediately, you do not have to wait for all the previous posting headers to load first. Normally, however, you'd want to look at "what's new" on the BBS, then post. Reading a posting or clicking on the "post" button in the bottom frame will stop the BBS from loading.

Note:You can't use the "instant post" tag to post a followup, use the posting area inside the window for these (these normally don't take much time to download, since you're only downloading the individual posting, not the whole BBS).

This area is also known as "surf central" for boards in the community. By pulling down the scrollbar in the frame at the lower right, you can access links for several other message boards in the community. Selecting these will change the board you're viewing in the main window. The "post" and "reload" tags in the lower window always apply to whatever board you are currently viewing.

2. The No-Frames Site:

You can access the Necrobabes Public Bulletin Board at:
In this case, the "read" link takes you directly to the BBS and you must return to Sam's Place using your browser's "back" button. You can return at any time; the "Post" button will allow you to do an "instant posting" without ever even reading the board at all, if you so desire. "Surf Central" is not available to users without frames-capable browsers.


The Site Maps

The Main Site Map and the No-frames Site Map have been installed as aids to those who've been having problems finding their way around Sam's Place (and admittedly, that can be difficult). From the Site Maps, you can access brief descriptions of what's in each section of Sam's Place, and access is provided to all "top" pages in both the framed and no-frames sites.

1. In the framed version, there is a tiny icon in the upper right-hand corner of every upper frame (except for the "street scene" opening section) that'll take you back to the site map at any time (you may have to double-click this label, since you'll normally have "selected" the lower frame). The icon looks like this:

2. In the No-Frames version, there are similar "map" icons on all main pages and many secondary pages, but they are not available on every page. To get to the map from a page without an icon, return to any main "hub" page (such as, "back to the bar," "back to the babes," etc.); wherever you are you are never more than a few clicks away from a "map" icon.


The No-Frames Site

The concept of the No-Frames site has changed, given that all supported browers are now frames-capable; the need for a second site to support older browsers that could not use frames is a thing of the past. On the other hand, it may be difficult to refer a user to a particular subsection of the site (such as a guest page, a particular story, or a particular picture set) in a framed structure, and for this reason the no-frames mirror has been maintained as a reference site. In the no frames section the background music has been eliminated, but all other functions, such as JavaScripts, are identical between the sites.

And soon, things may change again. HTML5 does not recognize the frame command. Although all browsers still do, that may not last forever. The no-frames site may in the future become the only site, once I work out some issues with the background music.




You can now click on the link below to go back to the opening screen, or click on the neon sign above to start (unless you want to use the no-frames site, in which case you can use this link directly). Have fun.

best, Sam

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