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!
Today we flash back to some of the most memorable bad guys encountered in classic video games from the '80s and '90s.
We've uncovered some truly disturbing cereals children once fondly doused with milk and shoved into their innocent little faces.
Sculptor Jennifer Trask creates such delicate vintage-style artwork, you'd never suspect her medium is mostly cured bones and other animal parts.
Let's take a look at spirit photography, a form of trick photography that shows a ghost in the background of an otherwise normal portrait.
These days you can't throw a rock without breaking a vital piece of a serious, strategic, horror board game. But just because the board game industry is blowing up now doesn't mean we didn't have plenty of awesome games in ages past! The years have afforded us tons of bizarre, fun, challenging, and silly horror board games, and we'd hate to see them lost to the sands of time. Here's a look at our first collection of vintage games worth revisiting: Vampire Board Games!
A few weeks ago, we revealed to you the horrifying truth about the very first Ronald McDonald. Now we set out to ruin another classic company mascot: the Michelin Man.
Before trick or treating on Halloween was a thing, kids had a very similar past time - a month later. To coincide with Thanksgiving, kids would go "Thanksgiving masking." Similar to Halloween, this involved kids dressing up in hideous, featureless costumes and begging candies and pennies off neighbors.
Scarier than any haunted house or slasher film are vintage PSA videos.
Remember the days when Halloween costumes consisted of little more than an ill-fitting plastic mask and a very flammable plastic smock?