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"Witches Procession" by Agostino Veneziano

'By the pricking of my thumbs,

Something wicked, this way comes...'



Many of us enjoy being frightened by scary stuff, and here are a list of the games, movies and other media which put me in a dark of the moon mood. 

Some of our Gothic Photography






Stalking the Ghost Hunter - Gothic Photography by JAG of the Society for Paranormal Investigation Copyright 2005





Great stuff from the Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Vol. 11

edited by Stephen Jones


"Naming The Dead"  by Paul J. McAuley

"The Emperor's Old Bones"  by Gemma Files

"The Long Hall on the Top Floor"  by Caitlin' R. Kiernan

" The God of Dark Laughter"  by Michael Chambon


From Whispers 2 edited by Stuart Schiff


Trill Coster's Burden by Manly Wade Wellman


Classic vampire tales which predate Bram Stoker's "Dracula"


"Wake Not The Dead" by Johann Ludwig Tieck

"Carmilla" by Joseph Sheriden Le Fanu



Children's Stories


These are some of my favorites books and series from long ago. I was reading detective, mystery and ghost stories as a child from the very beginning and these are the well written classics that I was lucky to grow up on. Unfortunately, many of them are out of print and/or don't come with the same quality cover art and illustrations that the originals had. (the Three Investigators Series notably)


The Three Investigators (originally published by Robert Arthur, but after his death other authors continued the series)

A collectors classic, this is one of my all time favorites.


John Bellairs series


Here Lies The Body by Mitch Corbett




"Ray: Good evening... as a duly appointed representative of the city, county and state of New York, I order you to cease any and all supernatural activity and return forthwith to your place of origin, or to the nearest convenient parallel dimension.

Venkman: That oughta do it. Thanks very much, Ray."