If you can look past the sometimes-dated presentation and put yourself in the right mindset, the best horror radio is like listening to the distant cries of ancient ghosts. Here are ten chilling examples... turn off the lights and listen!
The chapel contains three thousand human skulls, and the bones of 21,000 other casualties of war.
Rachel Baran creates a wild assortment of dark fantasy settings when photographing herself, often filling them with with shocking images of blood, death and fire.
For a few hundred euros, customers can leave their inked skin to the artist, a debt that will be collected once they pass away.
These tiny tables and chairs by UK artist Jessica Harrison can fit in your hand... that is, if you're not too creeped out to pick them up.
Sculptors Tim Noble and Sue Webster recycle junk and real animal parts into elaborate optical illusions depicting severed human heads and other nightmarish images.
This drink is best served chilled to the bone... because there's a miniature human spine and ribcage inside the bottle.
William Castle pioneered the promotional movie gimmick in the 1950s and 1960s.