Inspiration from life after the Atomic Bomb
Author / Books / History / How was it #HorrorMade / Interviews / Japan

Inspiration from life after the Atomic Bomb

Hello my story-hungry lovelies. I have a feast of for you today. We’re talking to the author/musician/ world traveler Derek Vasconi about his journey leading to his new book KAI. We passed questions back and forth over email, and our conversation ended up going into some very interesting territory, in particular Derek’s experiences in Hiroshima, Japan. I … Continue reading

A Collection of Nightmarish Masterpieces hidden in Italy
art / History / Videos / YouTube

A Collection of Nightmarish Masterpieces hidden in Italy

Ever heard of the “Bodies Exhibit” (you know, that collection made up of 200 actual human bodies that was dissected and is now a world renowned anatomical art exhibit)? Well before the world had access to actual silicone coated human cadavers and organs they had artists. And artists would meticulously recreate bodies and their inner workings out of wax. … Continue reading

Legends Lurk in the Darkness of Crook Hall
Disturbing Destinations / Giveaway / History

Legends Lurk in the Darkness of Crook Hall

In Durham, England there is a a stunning medieval banquet hall with 4 acres of lavish gardens where weddings and revelers congregate. But in those cold stone corners whispers of those long dead linger. After much scrounging on the internet, I bring you the legends, reported experiences, and ghosts that lurk with the stony depths … Continue reading