Last year's 1st Annual Horror Writing Contest was such a success I decided to do it again this year...with a twist. I'm doing something I've been wanting to do for a while: publish the above book.
The trouble is I need some help.
I have a few of my own stories I
This post is by Steven Rumbelow.
My Mother and Grandmother decided when I was about two years old to take out a lease on a huge, old Georgian House at the centre of Bristol. It proved to be a successful attempt to drag the family out of poverty after my Grandfather
Yesterday my friend Jade Walker educated me about a serial killer named Dorothea Puente --which led me to learning her house may be haunted. It all started because of a picture I posted first on HJ's Facebook page, then on Twitter.
Here's the photo:
Here was the Tweet I sent out with
This weekend I had the chance to watch Vanishing on 7th Street starring Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo, and Jacob Latimore. I had never heard of it until it popped up as a suggestion in my Blockbuster queue associated with either Skyline or The Darkest Hour or both. (Can't
I don't normally write about people with ghost problems. I prefer the paranormal tourism aspect of ghost hunting and like to write about haunted places people can travel to.
However, a travel blogger friend of mine who hails from Florida shared her experience with me. She asked if I knew anything
I decided to resurrect a past post from the archives. Reapers, Creepers and Shadow People: A Theory Inspired by Ghost Adventures at Waverly Hills was originally published on October 13, 2010.
It's one of my favorites theories. I modified it only slightly to rerun here. In case you missed it the first