Previously: The Mowing Devil. In 1947, no one had seen the Collyer brothers for years. Not properly, at least; it had, after all, been nearly 15 years since they had boarded up the windows and Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The Life And Death Of The Collyer Brothers And Their “Mystery House”
Previously: Hồ Thuỷ Tiên Water Park. There are a lot of decaying resorts tucked away in the mountainous regions of the United States — and I do mean a lot, particularly along the East Coast. The Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Catskills, The “Borscht Belt,” And The Pines Hotel Resort, New York (Photos/Video)
Previously: Mystery Fun House, Orlando, Florida. Once upon a time, if you wandered over to the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn, New York, you’d see an awesome sight: The hulking remains of the Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Lost Ruins Of The Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn, New York (Photos/Video)
Previously: The Redhead Murders. For at least 10 years — possibly longer — the John Lawson House, which is located at 9A Main Street in New Hamburg/Wappinger Falls, New York, was known for a Continue Reading > about Unresolved: The Moving Mannequins Of The John Lawson House
Previously: Dogpatch USA. You’d never know it just looking at it, but the New York City subway system is full of secrets. Those tiny ledges jutting out from walls? They’re often indicative of old Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Fading Splendor Of New York’s Old City Hall Subway Station
Previously: The Whaley House. In the affluent Long Island suburb of Huntington, New York, there lies an area known as West Hills. The home of poet Walt Whitman, it contains a large nature preserve Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip: Mount Misery Road and Sweet Hollow Road, Long Island, New York
Previously: "The Art of Jacob Emory." If you’ve ever lived in a place where you had to rely on a subway system to get around, “The Strangers” will probably strike a chord with you. We often see the Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "The Strangers"
During the first weekend in October, one of my best friends and I took a mini-haunted road trip. This week, I’ll be posting a two-part series detailing our adventures. All photographs appear courtesy Continue Reading > about Haunted Road Trip, TGIMM Special Edition (Part 1): Scaling the Ruins of Bannerman Castle