If you have lived in Kentucky or Tennessee, well anywhere, you've heard about The Bell Witch. Every time I would travel on I-24 to Nashville, I would see the exit for Adams, which is where the Bell family lived in early 19th-century. Daughter Betsy would invoke the wrath of a poltergeist and a haunt…
Halloween has always brought with it a heightened sense of vigilance. While it was much safer to trick-or-treat pretty far away from one's home when I was a kid, there has ALWAYS been a little more mischief associated with the holiday.
I have relatives--lots of them--who live in New Mexico and don't get the kinds of autumns that we do here. In fact, some have been known to come here JUST for fall colors. And mums. And gourds. And pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins.
Todd Reynolds, executive director of the Theatre Workshop of Owensboro--one of the city's spookiest places--and film director Daniel Benedict--whose first film was a horror movie--were perfect choices for sharing ghost stories.
I first met Kevin Roach when he came to Owensboro to help us film our promotional trailer for our Zombie Run. He was totally convicing as a zombie blood-thirsty for a taste of Jaclyn, our Greenbelt damsel in distress. But it's Kevin's work in an independent film called The Confession of Fred Krueg…
If you're looking for a fun way to spend a spooky October night, make plans to head over to Newburgh, Indiana. The city hosts two different "ghost walks" designed to send shivers up your spine. Here's a video sneak preview!
Get ready to run for your life! There's a benefit run set for Saturday night in Vastwood Park and it's not going to be your regular, run-of-the-mill fitness run. It's a HORROR RUN that asks the question, "What's hiding in the woods?"