From an unfinished manuscript found in a dumpster outside a diner in southern New Jersey: The phone rang again. The one that shouldn’t ring. The old payphone hung high up above the back door, Continue Reading > about Fiction: “Payphone”
Archives for February 2014
There exist in the world a number of games which you really shouldn’t play. You probably already know one of the most famous ones – Bloody Mary – but here, in “The Most Dangerous Games,” I’ll be Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Three Kings
A lot of found footage films begin with something like this; most of them, however, aren’t nearly as effective as "No Through Road" is: On December 17th, 2008, four 17-year-old boys were found dead Continue Reading > about Found Footage: "No Through Road"
Previously: The Villisca Axe Murder House. In the town of West Milford, New Jersey, there is a road off of Route 23 that few venture down if they can help it. Poorly paved, full of treacherous Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: Clinton Road
Previously: "Abandoned by Disney" Humans have long been fascinated by photography’s ability to capture a moment right as it’s happening. We’re fascinated even more, though, by things revealed in Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Anomaly"
Well, here’s a fun little tidbit: TIL that there’s a paranormal activity lab at the University of Virginia. Who knew? (Well, you might have; I didn't. At least, not until today.) The Division of Continue Reading > about Apparently the University of Virginia Has Its Very Own Paranormal Research Lab
Previously: Kuchisake-onna. Type: MO (Malevolent Object). Period/location of origin: 1904, Key West, Florida. Appearance: Subject is a model representation of a humanoid figure commonly known Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia of the Impossible: Robert the Doll
I've never exactly been an accomplished fiction writer, but occasionally weird little storylings spill out of my brain. Sometimes I feel like sharing them. Do me a solid and don't reproduce them Continue Reading > about Fiction: "…And Time"