The following is a guest contribution from H. Davis.
You hear a creak in the night. You see a shadow in the dark, and lights flicker from time to time. Unexplained noises can be heard throughout the house and when you go to investigate, there’s nothing. On certain days when
Emerian Rich, who is affectionately known as Emz, has guest contributed for us before, has a story in our Shadow People and Cursed Objects: 13 Tales of Terror Based on True Stories...or are they? anthology, has been on our show...and will be back November 14, 2017 to discuss the book
This is a guest contribution by Crystal Smith-Connelly about her recent jaunt to ScareLA. We're excited she's sharing this with us since we couldn't make it out there. This way we all get to experience it vicariously through her!
ScareLA is a convention in Los Angeles that celebrates all things
This is a guest contribution from H. Davis. (His bio follows the end of his post.) Enjoy!
Although the small country of Belize is breathtakingly beautiful, it can also be an extremely dark place; spiritually, that is. The country suffers from corruption, black and white magic, voodoo, and of course, witchcraft.
Today we're going to be talking about something a little different: Urban Exploration.
Also known as Urbex, it's the hobby of entering old abandoned buildings or similar locations, and just exploring the heck out of them. Snooping in and out of rooms, going through objects left behind, exposing yourself to all
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
We're pleased to welcome author Amy Flint with a guest post about a chilling experience (no pun intended) that she had on a road in York while working on her Porter Biggleswade series.
I completed my Masters in September 2011, and moved to York from London two weeks later. I