https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZIHwv4bISY&list=PLD64PVgdlpHUgFCrvjXaAjUeRHjI60NJU (Creature Feature Playlist) When the tide is at the turning and the wind is fast asleep, and not a wave is curling on the wide, blue deep, Oh, the waters will be churning in the stream that never smiles, where the Blue Men are splashing round the charmed isles. -A Boatman's Song About The Blue Men Of The Minch The wind takes a nasty turn, the sky begins to darken as a storm movesLike
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tM7ZBeCuVA&list=PLD64PVgdlpHVqV-5RCqx-hJQiyxp_tWXB (Human Monsters Playlist) The gas fills her lungs and suddenly the world grows hazy, her arms get weak and heavy. It starts to feel like stones are stacking up on her chest. A man's face looms over her through the fog of the gas. It fills her vision. A Bald head, thin lips, with horn-rimmed glasses, glasses that cover eyes that stare at her with an awful hunger. As darkness steals everything else, it's thoseLike
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rla6aCPPAF0&list=PLD64PVgdlpHUgFCrvjXaAjUeRHjI60NJU (Creature Feature Playlist) She comes out of the woods and from the moment you catch her eye, you can't look away. Dark hair, so long it hangs about her naked body like a cloak. As your eyes are drawn to roam her bronze skin, you notice that her legs are twisted. They point behind her. In that instant, the spell is broken and her smoldering eyes grow wide in anger. You run through theLike
For both public and patrons. I'm also working on a new creature feature, have really tapped into a gold mine of South American folklore. I'm also thinking about posting a few articles on some paranormal cases I've come across that are really fascinating. Thanks for sticking around, stay frosty out there.Like this:Like Loading...
You might have noticed the new category at the top there, Scour The Night. I have started a weekly show featuring strange tales and my take on them. The show will feature a mixture of topics that will range from killer women, and paranormal happenings, to strange cults. The first episode features La Llorona, the weeping woman of Hispanic folklore. It draws similarities between the ghost and women who drown their children. Such as Andrea Yates, who killedLike