A good religious teenager named Casey was snapping completely innocent selfies. A terrifying figure appears behind her in one of the photos - then kills her. The photo - with the monster in it - surfaced online two hours after her death.
Flickering lights and shadowy apparitions mean only one thing in Sam and Dean’s line of work: the bunker is haunted.
If the creepy legends passed down by Drew U alumni are true, then nearly every building on this New Jersey campus is occupied by legions of ghosts.
Dean can’t sleep, so he has been researching. He finds a case in Stillwater, Minnesota where a competitive eating champion, Wayne, is found dead in his car. The part that makes it a case: the 300lb man was found desiccated and weighing barely 90lbs.
Annabelle from “The Conjuring” isn't the only doll with a terrifying real-life backstory: “Robert” also has a paranormal legacy, which inspired the “Child's Play” films.
It was nice having Garth back, and I like seeing the “human” side of monsters, but I want the boys to either mend things or go their separate ways. I don’t need all this teen angst.
Dean is drinking alone at a bar when Crowley shows up with a proposition. He wants to team up with Dean to kill Abaddon. Crowley claims there is something called the First Blade that can kill her, which he has been hunting for decades with no luck.
When excavating an ancient city in Turkey, archaeologists discovered strange and macabre relics that may have been tools for warding off evil forces.
Dean’s world is in shambles. He takes Kevin’s death hard, and Sam has left - with his beloved car. Castiel suggests that a demon may be able to dig into Sam’s brain and talk to him directly, bypassing the angel. And guess who happens to have a demon in cold storage?