Phantasialand Theme Park in Bruhl, Germany is home to many terrifying attractions, but the spinning, thundering, flame-throwing “Tolucan” could be the scariest.
The macabre play area is located on the same grounds as Germany's Holy Cross Church, which was built way back in 1885.
Once a popular family destination, Berlin's Spreepark has been empty since 2001... except for strange animal sounds heard in the night, and the mangled corpses of several life-size dinosaur statues.
Never released in its completed form, the legendary director's deeply disturbing film exposing the horrors of the Holocaust will finally see the light of the big screen.
This colossal monster is totally metal – in every sense of the word. Watch a clip of pure awesomeness in action!
Like something out of a gothic horror movie, this may be the creepiest set of urban exploration photos we've seen to date.
This real-life monster story took place in Germany a couple of years ago, but it's still a mystery... and creepy as hell.
Young Alex Kettler was playing in his grandmother's house when he stumbled upon an ancient burial sarcophagus. Read on for the full story!
It may seem somewhat off-character to feature German arthouse drama NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN in the (virtual) pages of FANGO, but despite the film’s title, something bad can happen, and boy,