Previously: The Uncanny Horror Of Vintage Halloween Costumes. I will freely admit that I am really, really bad at social media. I’m slightly too old to be considered digitally native to it, and Continue Reading > about 18 Spooky Artists To Follow On Social Media To Put Some Strangeness Into Your Feeds (Halloween 2019)
Previously: "In Residence." For this year’s Halloween-centric creepypasta, we have “Movie Buff,” a short and not-so-sweet tale written in response to a challenge the writer received once upon a Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Movie Buff”
Previously: A Ghost Story. A True One. They make the rounds every year: Collections of black-and-white photos — typically depicting children, although the occasional teen or young adult also shows Continue Reading > about The Uncanny Horror Of Vintage Halloween Costumes (Halloween 2019)
This essay was originally published on Oct. 23, 2017. It’s an excellent way to kick off the Halloween season, though, so I’m republishing it today. What's the spookiest thing you've ever Continue Reading > about A Ghost Story. A True One. (Welcome To The Halloween Season)
Previously: Unconventional Indie Horror Video Games. I’ve made no secret of my love of nostalgic horror, particularly when it comes to my gaming habits. Although there’s certainly something to be Continue Reading > about 12 Retro-Style Horror Video Games That Will Scratch That Vintage Itch
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”
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