With such a long history with witchcraft, witch trials, witches in popular culture, and more, it’s no wonder the black dress, pointed hat combo remains a popular staple in Halloween costume culture. There’s a big reason autumntime is referred to as the “season of the witch” too — because it
It’s probably easy to guess the favorite holiday of anyone who spends their time jaunting here around the site — and that fact is no different for many of the fey folk who cross the Irish plains and hold a cozy place in the Unseelie Courts.
It’s said that Halloween first
According to our Weird Holidays & Observances Calendar, October 11 is National Face Your Fears Day. (And also Octopus Myths & Legends Day. Not sure if there's such a thing as a fear of octopus --likely-- but if there is and you suffer from it, today is the day to
If you suffer from Triskaidekaphobia (the fear of the number 13), or even more specificly, Paraskevidekatriaphobia or Friggatriskaidekaphobia (fear of Friday the 13th), this post is not for you.
However, if you love Friday the 13th (I don't know what that's called), then this post is for you.
Here's 13 places to enjoy
Summer doesn't officially start until June 21, but some might say Summer 2017 Scary Movie Season starts right after the Memorial Day Weekend.
So which of these eightX movies will thrill us most? Any of them? All of them? None of them? Got any guesses, theories or assumptions?
Which ones are you
According to our Weird Holidays & Observances calendar, June is National Camping Month. What better way to celebrate than with a post about a horror summer camp?
We actually wrote about this company last year too. Fright Nights Campout specializes in adult horror summer camp experiences.
They're back again this year and
Thanks to our handy Weird Holidays and Observances calendar, we know today, May 3rd, is Paranormal Day.
Last year we threw a party here on Haunt Jaunts for Paranormal Day. We invited others to share their posts for a sort of blog hop. It was fun, but I didn't get my