I’m a skeptic, but I love ghost pictures as much as I enjoy a good ghost story and these ten are some of my favorites.
The Quesnel Museum in British Columbia, Canada, is an easy to miss roadside attraction, but if you do happen to take the time and visit, you will come face to face with what many believe to be a haunted doll named Mandy.
Many believe that a strange painting of a crying child carried a curse and would result in anyone foolish enough to buy it, losing their home to fire.
Disney is in trouble again because of its’ Maui costume from the upcoming Moana animated movie, but is it racist and insensitive to dress up as a character from another culture? Join us for our inaugural episode of “A Civil Conversation.”
The sad reality is that people sometimes vanish without a trace, the family and friends they leave behind hoping and praying that there will be resolution and closure. But there are cases where men and children have vanished into nothingness right in front of their terrified families and were never seen again.
Terrifying accounts of encounters with black-eyed children have been circulating the internet for a few years now, but is there any truth to the stories or is just more harmless creepypasta from the interweb?
We all hide a secret darkness, but for Tarrare, his darkness was hunger and it was, quite literally, all consuming.
The sad mysterious fate of this Dutch freighter is one of the most chilling unknowns in maritime history.
We’ve all heard the stories of the phantom that walks a lonely road in the country, but have you heard one that’s actually true? I mean, really really true? It’s a chilling, sad tale of a real life urban legend.
A brand new series from The Slightly Warped Website launches with a look at a demon that some say lives in the sub-levels of the United States Capitol Building.