HorrorAddicts.net is doing something I wished I'd thought up: a Vile Vacations series. They're even accepting guest posts.
The multi-talented Emerian Rich, a Horror Hostess at HorrorAddicts.net, was the one who gave me a heads up about submitting a Vile Vacations guest post.
(If her name rings a bell and you think
One of the places I consulted for the post I wrote about Amy Bruni and Adam Berry's new show looking for people haunted by family members was Week in Weird's post about it. That's when one of the ads on their sidebar caught my eye: Planet Weird's Traveling Museum of
Earlier this month I received an email from Lon Smith at the Kansas Aviation Museum that got me really excited. I love finding places like these, and, even more exciting, when they find me.
Here's what he wrote:
We are attempting to get the word out about paranormal activities at the Kansas
This is a guest post by author Pamela K. Kinney, whose newest book is Haunted Richmond II. She submitted it a while ago, and there was supposed to be pictures, but my email system kept screwing up and not allowing me to retrieve them. I decided to just go ahead
This Halloween season, I've come across some spooky stays, haunted attractions, and macabre museums both by accident and via people sharing with me. I decided to make a list of them, since there are a bunch I wanted to keep track of. A post is a great way. Can always
I'm pretty positive nothing lurks behind the walls of St. Augustine's Lightner Museum, however...for a split second during our most recent visit I had my suspicions.
The Lightner Museum is one of my favorite haunts. On my first visit there in 1999, I felt certain it was a place restless spirits
This is a guest blog by Pamela K. Kinney. I asked if she'd want to write a sort of In Memoriam post after she posted a link to an article about how Professor Cline's Haunted Monster Museum burnt down. I knew the place meant a lot to Pamela. Not only