A public service reminder about the importance of maintaining our childlike wonder and belief in monsters…even as we grow into rational, cynical adults. Legends, …continue reading The Importance of Imagining Monsters
While you may think local history is ho-hum, you’d be surprised how much rich, dramatic, and even haunted history resides in your own backyard. …continue reading Local History Isn’t Boring, It’s Haunting!
Our worst fears are out there, lurking, maybe closer than we care to admit; and it’s the fear of just how close that keeps …continue reading Face Your Fears: Unknown Proximity
Happy 221st Birthday to Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein, a novel whose influence cannot be overstated — extending even beyond horror and sci fi. …continue reading An Undying Legacy: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
In what used to be an old church in New York now resides a new place of worship for tapeheads and lovers of physical …continue reading Visiting Village Mall Video: An Emotional Analog
It’s one of the most widely used and commonly bemoaned tropes in all of horror, but maybe there’s a good reason for investigating that …continue reading Defending Horror Tropes: Curiosity Kills
I may not believe in ghosts, but that doesn’t keep me from being completely creeped out during an overnight stay in a reportedly haunted …continue reading Staying Overnight in a Haunted House