Photos taken today appear to show a huge ship hovering above the water. What’s going on? That’s what David Morris thought when he captured the amazing image. The photo taken near Falmouth in Cornwall, shows a giant ship floating above… Read More »Do You See the Hovering Ship?
By now, most have vague notions of the Ouija board horror narrative, in which demonic spirits communicate with – even possess – kids. Director Mike Flanagan furthers this trope in his new film “Ouija: Origin of Evil.” Set in 1967,… Read More »How the Ouija Board Got its Sinister Reputation
Of the many legends of ghosts from across the United States, there’s one that resonates for me as a dog person. The tale of the unending patrol of a persistent canine. In what may be the oldest ghost story in… Read More »Legend of Blue Dog: The Oldest American Ghost Story
You’ve heard of werewolves in London, but have you heard about werewolves in New Orleans? Many cultures around the globe have variants of the werewolf myth and the south with its heavy French influence is no exception. The loup garou… Read More »Loup Garou: The Cajun Werewolf
The werewolf is a staple of supernatural fiction, whether it be film, television, or literature. You might think this snarling creature is a creation of the Medieval and Early Modern periods, a result of the superstitions surrounding magic and witchcraft.… Read More »The Ancient Origins of Werewolves