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
Previously: Zener Cards. If you’re the kind of person who’s interested in the strange and spooky, I can all but guarantee you’ve seen at least one spirit photograph in your lifetime. Maybe you’ve Continue Reading > about How Does It Work?: Spirit Photography And The Question Of Whether Seeing Really Is Believing
Some news! We’re just a few weeks out from publication day for my forthcoming book, Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark — which, in case you need a reminder, is on Sept. 3 — and several wonderful Continue Reading > about TGIMM On The Podcast Circuit: Chatting About ‘Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark’ And More!
Hello, spooks! We're just about two weeks away from the official publication date of Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark, so hey, guess what? I have a hardcover copy of the book signed by yours Continue Reading > about Giveaway: Win A Signed Copy Of ‘Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark!’
Previously: “The Arizona Outbreak Scare.” Although there are a number of Japanese creepypasta stories that have been translated and subsequently widely circulated through the English language Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “The Thing In The Mirror”