While witches have played a huge role in human lore since the beginning of recorded history, it wasn’t until the 15th century that the actual hunting of witches really came into play. Particularly in Europe, the sudden influx of perceived witches was a source of mass panic amongst those living
Last week I learned that crocodile diving is a thing. It's all thanks to a fellow ParaMania Radio pal, Jay Lynch, who hosts the Sit, Chat & Laugh with the Lynch's with his wife, Teresa, on Mondays from 7-9 EDT.
Jay shared a link on his timeline that included this video
What is it with April? I've shared my theory here before (we'll get to those links later) that I believe it's a cursed month. It's been a while since I went there though.
But every April I can't help but wonder, "What, when, where, and how will disaster strike this time?"
The motion picture remake of Stephen King's It hits theaters this year. September 8, 2017 to be exact.
(Just in case you hadn't heard. Which unless you've been totally unplugged from social media, I'm not sure how you could not know this.)
What's It About?
Let's just say it's not deviating too far
With March being Women’s History Month, I thought it might be fun to touch on (and revisit) a few of the notable women we’ve learned about in previous installments of Frightful Photo Friday, particularly those who were heavily involved in the Spiritualist movement.
The three (technically five, if we’re splitting
Last night was a fun conversation with Paul Fitz-George, who graciously agreed to join us even though showtime started at 1 a.m. his time! (Paul is based in the U.K. Catterick Village, to be exact.)
If I'd had to stay up that late, I might've struggled to stay awake, but Paul