Can people disappear into thin air? The following story about David Lang, a Tennessee farmer, may just give you second thoughts about how you answer this question.
You would be hard pressed to find anyone, especially among our fellow lovers of horror stories and tales of terror, who doesn’t know who Edgar Allan Poe was. Best known for his poetry and short stories, Poe was also highly regarded as the leading author of Romanticism in American literature and he was one of … Continue reading Edgar Allan Poe: The Master of Mystery and the Macabre
A majority of modern day horror movies seem to be in a competition with each other to create the most disgusting and bizarre mutilations of the human body ever seen. It can almost be guaranteed there will come a point where they will just plain run out of ideas. Maybe then they will have … Continue reading Are Modern Horror Movies More Gory Than Scary?
Is the tale of the Headless Horseman real, or just another ghost story?
The Flying Dutchman is a legendary ghost ship that is never able to make port, being doomed to sail the ocean forever. This is its story.
Long before Stephenie Meyer gave us Edward and Bella of the Twilight saga and long before vampires even considered keeping a diary there was the granddaddy of all vampires, Dracula.
Besides his great acts of escape and illusion, Harry Houdini was also well known for another, equally, popular achievement, his mission to debunk fake spiritualists, psychics and mediums.
Do you believe in ghosts? Many people do, several don’t. According to the “Haunted House Report” posted by Realtor.com, 35 percent of the people surveyed claim to have lived in, or are living in a home that is haunted. The alleged telltale warning signs that a house you are living in may be … Continue reading Do You Believe in Ghosts? Six of America’s Most Haunted Houses
It is the most iconic house in the United States, if not the world. It is home to leaders of the free world. The most famous address in America, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, is also the country’s most famous haunted house. Guests, staff members and even Presidents themselves have all reported hearing unexplained noises, … Continue reading The White House – America’s Most Iconic House is Haunted
With the recent increase in popularity of zombies, I thought it would be interesting to dig up (pun intended) some history about our “undead” friends. A zombie is defined as, “a fictional undead being created through the reanimation of a human corpse.” The first zombie movie was White Zombie, released in 1932. The … Continue reading Zombies: The Popularity of the Undead