There’s something about abandoned places that I find utterly fascinating. They don’t always have literal ghosts (although sometimes they do); rather, they’re haunted by something else: The specter of Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Ghosts of Six Flags New Orleans (Photos)
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Who doesn't love a good infographic? I found this one on reddit a few weeks ago and kinda sorta love it (even if it was filed under the wrong subreddit). I'm not totally sure why the US appears to Continue Reading > about Infographic: A World of Haunted Houses (Or, Raise Your Hand If You’ve Been Here!)
Previously on Scare Yourself Silly: DON'T CALL THIS NUMBER. SERIOUSLY, I MEAN IT. This post originally appeared on The Toast. Let’s play a little game. You’ve probably played it before; it’s called Continue Reading > about Scare Yourself Silly: I Hate to Break It to You, But There’s Someone In Your House (And It’s Definitely Not You)
Welcome to another regular TGIMM feature, the Encyclopaedia of the Impossible. Some of the creatures, places, objects, and the like showcased here will be existing figures from folklore or history; Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia of the Impossible: Kuchisake-onna
Welcome to Creepypasta of the Week! As you may have guessed, this is going to be a regular feature here on The Ghost in My Machine; but first things first: What the heck IS creepypasta? Most of you Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Abandoned by Disney"
To be honest, I couldn’t really tell you whether I believe in ghosts; I probably won’t until I see first-hand proof for myself, but that’s never stopped me from reading up on as many “real life” ghost Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: The Villisca Axe Murder House
Let's get this party started with the story that started it all, shall we? This post originally appeared on The Toast. It starts with a phone call. You won’t call them. They’ll call you. When your Continue Reading > about Scare Yourself Silly: DON’T CALL THIS NUMBER. SERIOUSLY, I MEAN IT.
Once upon a time, I wrote a weekly series on Crushable.com (now Alloy) called “Creepy Things That Seem Real But Aren’t.” The result of a night spent alone in my apartment reading the SomethingAwful Continue Reading > about Welcome to the Machine