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    The Black Monday Society

    For other uses of Black, see Black (disambiguation)
    Black Monday Society
    Logo for the Black Monday Society
    Team Statistics
    Group Black Monday Society
    Category Public Service
    Headquarters Salt Lake City, Utah, USA 39° 12' 50.01" N, 79° 38' 13.60" W
    Status Inactive
    Team Activity
    Leader Red Voltage (Utah)
    Voodoo ("Blood Sector," Missouri)
    Motor Mouth (Nor-Cal)
    Members Asylum, Dollface, FlameWing, Fool King, Ghost, HellHawk, IronHead, Krom, LunarWolf, Nihilist, Oni, Professor Midnight, Renegade
    Allies N/A
    Foes Apathy, Crime
    Actions Neighborhood patrols

    The Black Monday Society (BMS) was an American group of Real Life Superheroes with the main branch headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. They patrolled the streets looking to do good and help the community.


    The group was first established by Dave Montgomery and Ghost in 2006. The group formed due to a commonality of troubled pasts shared by the members who were looking to better the world and themselves in the process. The name for the Black Monday Society was chosen to express the hopelessness many people feel on the first working day of the week. Members of the group stress that they are not vigilantes and will not respond to potential recruits who appear to be pursuing this path.

    The BMS was featured in the 2011 HBO documentary "Superheroes," by Michael Barnett.[1] They can also be seen in the docu-series "Adventures of Miss Fit."[2]

    The Salt Lake City chapter went inactive in 2013 for a time, before experiencing a resurgence in 2017. Dave Montgomery founded a new group of RLSH known as The DoomWatch Patrol, led by FlameWing and HellHawk.



    1. SuperheroesDoc (YouTube): "Black Monday Society - Deleted Scene from HBO's documentary Superheroes"

    External Links

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    SLC Weekly: "SLC Superheroes: The Black Monday Society keeps an eye out for street crime so you don’t have to" - 4/29/2008

    LA Times: "Real-life masked crusaders fight crime their own way," August 25, 2012, John M. Glionna