Ghost Fires and Melting Masks: The Macabre Mirth of the Vintage Hallowe’en A boy is crushed during a Halloween out-house tipping; blinded by a Halloween mask, a girl drives into the path of a train; a child is killed by a falling pumpkin. Halloween has always been an inherently dark, dangerous, and unwholesome holiday. Let’s look at some vintage Halloween horrors involving ghost fires, poisoned cats, and lethal masks.
Announcing the Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales Kestrel Publications is terrified to announce publication of The Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales, a new collection from Ohio ghostwriter Chris Woodyard.
The Psychic Howler. In the early 1920s the American Psychical Institute established a laboratory full of machines designed to detect ghosts.
Poisoned Stockings Something strange was happening in the 1870s: fashionable people were being poisoned by their stockings. What went wrong and who was responsible?
A WALKING GALLOWS
The Horrible Deeds of Lieutenant Hepenstall.
HANGED MEN FROM HIS NECK.
This Handsome but Brutal Giant of the Wicklow Militia Was the Most Cold Blooded and Eccentric Executioner That has Ever Existed.
The Faces in the Window In 1871 mysterious faces and images began appearing in the windows of Sandusky and other Ohio towns. Were they spirit photographs or just a delusion?
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