Within its walls, Falcon Lair housed Hollywood sex symbols, socialites and heiresses haunted by self destruction and ghosts of the past.Continue reading The Shadows Of Falcon Lair
Most people assume that Vlad the Impaler was the true character behind Dracula, but what if there was more to it?Continue reading Vlad The Impaler | Beyond Dracula
With initial intentions of Hollywood glamour and opulence, the Cecil Hotel quickly declined into a dark home of transients, crime and mystery.Continue reading The Dark Tales of the Cecil Hotel
Jersey Devil. Part man. Part devil. All Jersey. All cryptid.Continue reading The Origin of the Jersey Devil: Legendary Monster or Just A Legend?
Before the Lutz’s moved into the house at 112 Ocean Avenue, the home belonged to the DeFeo family. This is the true Amityville Horror.Continue reading Amityville Part One: The DeFeo Murders
Chicago’s Capone Era left a scar on the city. Some estimate he murdered at least 300 people as mob boss. And some of those hits created hauntings that last to this day.Continue reading Mobsters, Monsters & Murder, Oh My!
Fair warning – this one is full of bad puns and hilarity, but also some really interesting content that you may or may not have heard about! When all else fails, marry a dead dude.Continue reading Love Is Dead: So I Married A Ghost
The Myrtles Plantation is another “most haunted house in America” with ghost stories galore, but the historic truths and legends don’t always align.Continue reading The Legends & Truths Of The Myrtles Plantation
You may have heard of the Bell Witch legend before, but have you heard the authenticated version? Join us for a well researched topic depicted in documentations of the Bell family and friends of one of the most famous, well documented hauntings in American history, with a bit of our comedic spin.Continue reading The Legend of the Bell Witch
Join us and our guest Rose Sinister as we delve into the history, lore, legends, and spirits of the Casket Girls at the Old Ursuline Convent, and speak of what some believe to be the first vampires in New Orleans.Continue reading Vampiric Lore: The Casket Girls & The Old Ursuline Convent