Please enjoy this guest contribution from Aaron about the infamous Jack the Ripper.
Jack the Ripper terrorised the Whitechapel district in London’s East End during 1888. Since then, his name has been synonymous with terror and today he remains one of the World’s most infamous criminals and arguably the most famous
Burying a witch must be performed under the same cautionary conditions as burying a vampire — that is, going to extreme lengths to ensure they never come back again to haunt the town that put them underground in the first place. While vampires were buried with stakes to the heart,
We’ve already learned all the ways to either speak with the dead or accidentally give away the fact that you speak with the dead, but what if, instead of being a witch, you were just one of the villagers who wanted to live a calm, peaceful, witchcraft-free life? Maybe you’re
This is a guest contribution from freelance writer Sally Writes.
Whether you are getting ready for Halloween or you just like a good scare, a haunted hike can be a fun and exhilarating experience that gets your heart rate up for more reasons than one. If you’re looking for ideas, we’ve
You know all those creepy clown sightings from last year? Next week Congress will be introducing new legislation to help combat the epidemic.
Congressman T. F. Hokum from Austin proposed the bill, which reads in part:
By making it mandatory that every city in the U.S. has a creepy clown, its citizens
Here at Haunt Jaunts we have a fondness for tours. (The more macabre the better.) That's why a certain tour caught my eye recently on Twitter.
I re-Tweeted this post from iHorror:
A Jeffrey Dahmer tour? https://t.co/8xI0pUCJdG #TravelTuesday #travel #tourism #WI #MacabreMonday
— Haunt Jaunts (@HauntJaunts) March 14, 2017
Then I shared the link
The guest for the Haunt Jaunts radio show on Tuesday March 21, 2017 is Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter author Chris Verstraete. (Who writes as C.A. Verstraete.)
Chris also happens to be a long time friend of mine. (I wanted to get acclimated to this radio hosting gig with people I felt