An eerie short story for MerMay. Continue reading The Lost Passenger
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A group of friends break into an abandoned gas station to drink. It doesn’t go well. Continue reading The Ghost with Burning Eyes
August 22nd is National Tooth Fairy Day. Or possibly August 28th. Or February 28th. The internet is giving me conflicting information, but I’m going to celebrate it today and just hope that I’m right. This is supposed to be a day to look back nostalgically on the excitement of leaving a tooth under your pillow as a child–and to remind people to take good care … Continue reading Remember the Creepy Tooth Fairies from Hellboy II?
I finished Burn the Dark by S.A. Hunt this week, and it was terrifyingly awesome. As a total wimp, I usually don’t go for scary books, but this mix of horror and urban fantasy has such a good premise that I had to try it. Here’s the blurb: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina meets Stranger Things in award-winning author S. A. Hunt’s Burn the Dark, first … Continue reading The 5 Scariest Parts of Burn the Dark by S.A. Hunt
Evil spirit haunting your house? Demon possessing a friend or family member? Call Bea Romo Reyes, freelance exorcist and paranormal consultant. This is a look at her inbox. Continue reading Letters to the Exorcist: Ouija Board Woes
This movie was ahead of its time. A Marvel film that came out ten years before Iron Man kicked off the MCU, it was also ahead of the curve when it came to the surging popularity of vampires. I’m stoked about Marvel’s upcoming reboot and wonder how it will compare to the original. It’s been years since I’ve seen the first film, so I’m definitely … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Blade