Haunted Canada Stamps and Coins

I thought it was pretty cool the United States Postal Service finally released a Halloween stamp. However, Canada has released something even cooler: Haunted Canada Stamps. I found out about them from the same place I found out about the U.S. Halloween stamps: Linn's Stamp News. Specifically from Fred Baumann's article:

The Best Scare Worthy Festivals Around The World

We're really pleased to have this guest post from Caroline, who's a blogger at Culture Coverage. She's taking us on a jaunt to some of the scariest festivals the world has to offer. Enjoy! The cultural differences around the world can sometimes be shocking. What those in the US might consider

Real Nessie Photo or Another Fake?

In case you were checked out of social media this weekend, the Internet was blowing up with shares of news stories about the Loch Ness Monster, such as : The Scotman's Most convincing picture of the Loch Ness monster ever taken? The Express's Loch Ness Monster FOUND at last? Astonishing

Ten Paranormal TV Shows You Might Have Forgotten

When I was a kid, there was two things I really cared about to escape the real world. I watched a lot of Classic 60s TV, like "The Andy Griffith Show," "Bewitched," "The Munsters" and "Hogan's Heroes." I also watched a lot of Hollywood monster movies. You see kids, back in

USPS to Release First Halloween-Themed Stamps

Do you live in the United States and ever wish the United States Postal Service would issue Halloween stamps? I mean, they have them for other holidays. Which makes sense, especially for Hanukah, Christmas, and Kwanza. Everyone's mailing cards galore during the December holidays. However, what about for those of us that

“There surges forth a shriek…Maryland, my Maryland!”—A Grand Tour of Southern Ghosts

But lo! there surges forth a shriek, From hill to hill, from creek to creek- Potomac calls to Chesapeake, Maryland! My Maryland! --from Stanza VII, “Maryland, my Maryland” by James Ryder Randall (1861), state song of Maryland since 1939.  Point Lookout State Park 11175 Point Lookout Road Scotland, Maryland Where the Potomac River calls to and meets the Chesapeake Bay