This is going to be part of a display about a performance of Seneca's Thyestes at my university this fall. I decided to do a spoof article a la the National Enquirer, because really, the amount of incest, parricide and railing at the heavens that comes with this particular cycle of myths would make Jerry Springer look tame.
What? It's totally educational.
For those who don't know much about Thyestes and the House of Atreus, you can find the wikipedia article here.
*snickers like the great big Classics geek she is*