It takes a lot to scare me, ok? But last night, when I was working on an article about possessed kids, I found myself too fucking terrified to finish what I was doing. I needed to put my laptop down and fucking burn it into bed. I didn't even switch off the lights, brush my… Continue reading Words On Anneliese Michel
It has been a long while since a decent psychological horror has come my way, tapped into my senses and left me deeply disturbed. So I was thrilled when I was sent a link to Hagazussa, the first feature length film of Berlin based director Lukas Feigelfeld. After watching the trailer, I knew in my… Continue reading Interview : Lukas Feigelfeld Director Of Hagazussa
So, this is something pretty damn exciting. A series of strange symbols and witchmarks to protect King James 1st from evil have been discovered under the floorboards of one of England's most important historical houses - Knole, in Kent. For more information on this fantastic discovery, (which have actually been described as a bit 'blair… Continue reading Witchmarks
Highly recommended ten minute documentary about the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft. For a really interesting, in-depth look at the secret staves of the Icelandic witches, go here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvJqiBE2c5M#t=262
Winter's Gibbet, on Steng Cross, in Elsdon, Northumberland, remains a popular venue for a day's excursion. Named after one William Winter, hanged at Newcastle's Westgate in 1792 for murder and whose body was subsequently displayed as a warning to all Steng Cross, the current gibbet is the latest in a long line of wooden replacements.… Continue reading Raise The Horns For Halloween / A Day Out At The Gallows
You have to see it to believe it really. I know part of me thinks that if I ordered some of THE BEST WRAPPING PAPER IN THE WORLD that I'd get some blank sheets of printing paper through the post, scrawled with the words 'fooled you! It doesn't really exist!' But I for one am… Continue reading Can You Pass Me The Vlad The Impaler Wrapping Paper?