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True Ghost Stories
True Ghost Stories book. Read 30 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. True Ghost Stories Of Terrifying Paranormal Activity, Haunted Ho...
30 Forgotten Horror Films That Are Worth Revisiting
For every Scream or Halloween, there are 10 other scary movies that never really found their audience. Here are some noteworthy horror films from the '70s, '80s, and '90s that are worth a look. WARNING: Mild gore ahead.
"Thinking it was other living people, they decided to leave, but on passing by these areas they noticed something strange – the entry they used to get in was now closed and the bolt had been slid...
The Truth Behind Ed and Lorraine Warrens Most Infamous Paranormal Cases
For over fifty years world renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called in to help with cases of demonic and supernatural hauntings in American history.
7 Terrifying And Disturbing Horror Films You Can Actually Watch Tonight And Never Sleep Again
Break out the drinks and the popcorn and settle in for a long night because these seven films are the…
Haunted Christmas—True Stories of Ghosts and Spirits
Christmas and paranormal activity have long had a close relationship. These haunting stories put a different spin on the spirit of the holiday season.
Hollywood Urban Legends: The Curse of Atuk
Atuk was a script for a movie based on an old novel from the 60's but where does the curse come in. It is said every actor who read the script has died. Atuk is most famous for supposedly being cursed and, according to legend, responsible for the deaths of several major comedic actors in the 1980s and 1990s. The 'Atuk Curse' has become one of the better known urban legends of Hollywood. Its first victim, supposedly, was John Belushi, who had read the script and was reportedly enthusiastic…