Previously: The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. When I first stumbled upon the Wikipedia page for the photographer Weegee, who is known primarily for his street shots, documentation of the activity of Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: Weegee, Crime Scene Photography, And The Business Of Murder
Previously: FaceTheLight, The TikTok Ghost Story. Marble Hornets, Hi I’m Mary Mary, Daisy Brown — if you’re interested in horror web series, these are all titles with which you’ll undoubtedly be Continue Reading > about The Weird Part Of YouTube: ‘Chip Time,’ Computer Games, And The Spooky Web Series Formula
Previously: Tarot Cards. I couldn’t tell you when I learned that palm-reading existed; due in large part, I think, to the kinds of stories I developed an interest in at an early age, knowledgeable Continue Reading > about How Does It Work?: Palmistry, Or, How To Hold The Future In The Palm of Your Hand
Previously: “My House Has Rules.” This week, something a little lighter: “How To Cook A Soft-Boiled Egg,” a delightful little parody of the ritual pastas we all know and love. Uploaded to the Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “How To Cook A Soft-Boiled Egg”
Hello, Gentle Readers! It is another holiday weekend here, so I am taking today off. We'll be back on Wednesday with a fun new Creepypasta Of The Week, though, so check back in a few days from now; Continue Reading > about Enjoying The Spooky Season (By Taking A Day Off)
Hello, friends! Exactly one year ago today (that's Sept. 3, if you're still keeping track), my book, Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark: A Guide To Summoning Spirits, Divining The Future, And Continue Reading > about Happy 1st Book Birthday, ‘Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark!’
Previously: The Ourang Medan. Anyone who grew up during a particular era in Seattle knew about it — the “mystery soda machine” in Capitol Hill. Located at the corner of E. John Street and 10th Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Who Stocked Seattle’s Mystery Soda Machine In Capitol Hill — And Where Has It Vanished To Now?
Previously: "I Found A Digital Camera In The Woods." Are you thinking of moving soon? Yes? Maybe? Well, whatever you decide, make sure you vet any potential new living situations as thoroughly as Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “House Of Rules” (Or, “My House Has Rules”)