Previously: The Lord 13. Note: Please don’t copy/paste or republish the text of this post on other websites without permission. As is the case for many Japanese ritual games, “Come Here,” or Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Come Here
Previously: Frequently Asked Questions, Vol. XIV. Well, here we are: Volume 15 of the Most Dangerous Games’ Frequently Asked Questions feature. As always, questions are drawn from the comments Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Frequently Asked Questions, Vol. XV
Previously: "The Thing In The Mirror." Published to the Creepypasta Wiki in 2015, Elliot Cowling’s story “In Residence”… isn’t quite a haunted house story. It’s also not quite a home invasion Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “In Residence”
Previously: Old Town Pizza, Portland, Oregon. The Romanian city of Cluj-Napoca is fairly large, all things considered; these days, it’s the second most populous city in the country. But that’s not Continue Reading > about Haunted Globetrotting: Hoia Baciu, The Most Haunted Forest In Romania
Previously: The Cold Ritual. Note: Please don’t copy/paste or republish the text of this post on other websites without permission. This particular ritual game goes by a few different names: Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Lord 13 (Or, The Curse Of The Number 13)
Well, folks, today’s the day: My book, Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark, is finally out! Published by Chronicle Books, Dangerous Games hits shelves today, Sept. 3, in both hardcover and e-book Continue Reading > about ‘Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark’ Is Now Available From Chronicle Books!
Previously: The Chicago Cholera Epidemic Myth. There are 14 of them: 14 paintings depicting ghoulish figures and desolate landscapes rendered in dark, muddy colors. They have no names — or at Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The Black Paintings Of Francisco de Goya
Previously: Shadow People. Type: CO (Cursed Object). Period/location of origin: Early 19th century, Oistins, Christ Church Parish, Barbados. Appearance: Subject appears to be a collection of Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: The Moving Coffins Of Chase Vault