Don’t open that door! Cover your eyes (and your ears)! To celebrate Halloween, we're taking a look at Hollywood scream queens who've unleashed a deadly dose of horror with their haunting performances and killer lungs. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
One hundred and sixty-six years ago today, Edgar Allan Poe died a mysterious death. The curator of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia takes a look at 13 of his horror stories that were based on reality.
Harry Houdini really wanted to believe in the spirit world like his good friend Arthur Conan Doyle devoutly did, but he too often found charlatans in his midst. Irked by their fakery, the magician began a public crusade to expose these 'spiritual magicians.'
Which authors put the “boo!” in books? Here’s what our Facebook fans had to say…
As we countdown to Halloween, we listened in on funnyman Gilbert Gottfried as he chatted with the children of Dracula and Frankenstein. No, really, he did…
An article on Sci-fi blog i09, which thoroughly debunks the cultural myth that Bram Stoker's Dracula is based on Vlad The Impaler, is the best thing we’ve read on the Internet this week!
You don't need to be under a spell to know that witches have had a bad run of it in history. In fact during the Early Modern Period (1400-1700), an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 souls were executed for allegedly doing the Devil's work. To get you in the spirit of the season, we looked at five famous "witches" who've haunted the ages.
We asked our Facebook fans to share their deepest fears when it comes to scary movies. Here’s what they had to say. . .
Edgar Allan Poe died a mysterious death on October 7, 1849. Christopher P. Semtner, curator of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, VA, offers 13 facts about the circumstances surrounding his untimely demise.