Previously: Frequently Asked Questions, Vol VII. Here we go again! The usual caveats apply for this round of The Most Dangerous Games: Frequently Asked Questions — I’m not an expert; these answers Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Frequently Asked Questions, Vol. VIII
Archives for July 2017
Previously: La Pascualita. Type: Unknown. Subject displays traits characteristic of both PE and EV classifications; however, due to insufficient information, a classification is not able to be made Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia of the Impossible: Eight Feet Tall
So, hey, remember back in May when we learned that the body of serial killer H. H. Holmes was going to be exhumed? Well, we know what the researchers found now… sort of. There’s still work to be done, Continue Reading > about Guess What Researchers Found When They Dug Up H. H. Holmes’ Grave?
Previously: Christine and Lea Papin. Books can be bound in any number of materials: Cloth, wood, leather made from the skin of cows or other livestock, velum, you name it. Anthropodermic Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: Anthropodermic Bibliopegy — Or, The Practice Of Binding Books In Human Skin
Previously: Concentrate. I’ll be honest: I have no idea where the Picture Game came from, when it originated, or pretty much anything else about its background. I assume it’s fairly recent — within Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Picture Game
Previously: Petscop. There’s a special kind of horror that draws on our sense of nostalgia — horror that takes the things we loved the most as kids, that made us feel safe and loved, and turns Continue Reading > about Analysis: ‘Tattletail,’ Why Mama Was Banned, And The Hellishness Of Nostalgia
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Welcome to Haunted Globetrotting, an international version of the United States-based Haunted Road Trip feature I run here at The Ghost In My Machine from time to time. Now that we've been at it for a Continue Reading > about Haunted Globetrotting: The Many Spirits Of Kiyotaki Tunnel, Japan