• The Amityville Horror Part 2 – The Lutz Family
    In January 1974 George and Kathy Lutz bought a house in Amityville, NY, and moved in with their three kids. Their realtor had already told them that it was the site of the DeFeo murders….
  • The House of Faces
    If you see pictures of Andalusia, Spain, you will immediately want to go visit. Old stone buildings, gorgeous beaches, and mountains. I could keep going, but then this would become a travel article. You’re going to have to plan your own vacation, I’m here for a different reason. I want to talk about a little village in Andalusia called Belmez de La Moraleda and its “The House of Faces”…
  • Lake Shawnee Amusement Park
    Scooby-Doo – Where are you??? The Lake Shawnee Abandoned Amusement Park in Rock, West Virginia is right out of an episode of Scooby-Doo…if there were dead kids in cartoons, that is. It has a violent history that goes all the way back to the 1700s. And fun fact – it’s built on an ancient Native American burial ground!
  • The Ghostly History of Poveglia Island
    When I think of going to Italy, a deserted island is the last thing on my mind. I want to eat my way across the country, take in all the scenery, admire every piece of art I can find, see where my great-grandparents were from, and stop to see a good friend in Olbia! However…this little abandoned island is said to be one of the most haunted places in the world and I one thousand percent want to go there!..
  • The Hands Resist Him
    This was painted by Bill Stoneham in 1974. It started out innocently. He found an old picture of him and a childhood friend that was taken when he was around five. He decided to paint it. So simple, a painting of a pleasant memory. Nothing sinister…
  • The Dock Street Theatre
    The southern United States has a very rich history. And thanks to the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, it has quite a haunted history as well. It seems like everywhere you go there’s an old battleground or a building that has a ghost that’s tied to back then. Charleston, South Carolina is no exception. And The Dock Street Theatre in the French Quarter of Charleston is no exception.
  • The Anguished Man
    The Anguished Man is supposedly one of the most haunted objects around. No one knows the name of the artist that painted it. The backstory is that the artist mixed his blood with the paint and that he committed suicide soon after he painted it…
  • The Ghosts of Casa Loma
    Casa Loma is an absolutely stunning castle in Toronto, Canada. I was there several years ago, so I speak from experience. The castle itself is amazing! Also…Casa Loma is supposed to be haunted…
  • The Basano Vase
    The curse of the Basano Vase supposedly goes back to 15th century Italy, although the legend is sketchy at best. All “cursed object” legends have a reason for its curse, but not this one…
  • Bela Lugosi’s Cursed Mirror
    Bela Lugosi was one of the best parts of the Universal Monsters club. He was rumored to be obsessed with the occult, and to have used his mirror for scrying.. It has been said that his scrying opened a portal to the spirit world, and that the mirror is cursed…
  • Annabelle
    In real life, Annabelle was a Raggedy Ann doll, but in the film, she was an old, porcelain doll. Annabelle later got her own movie series, Annabelle, that reinterpreted the story of Annabelle and served as a prequel to the Conjuring movies….
  • The Island of The Dolls
    The Island of the Dolls (La Isla de las Muñecas) is a seriously creepy place!  Everywhere you look there are dolls hanging from trees.  Some are extremely old and decayed, and some are new.  Not a place I ever intend to visit. 
  • The Winchester Mystery House
    One of my favorite haunted houses is the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California.  It has such an interesting and strange history…