The eccentricities of individuals tend to bring out the extremes in people. This week’s story brings the tale of a minister’s challenges in dealing with his congregation’s changing perception of him. Despite their lack of understanding, Reverend Hooper is committed to his choices regardless of the outcome. Tune in every Wednesday at 8pm central for the premier broadcast of Wednesday’s
This week’s story falls more into the weird realm for me rather than the paranormal or spooky. There are themes throughout The Invisible Girl that challenge not only the sensibilities of the day, but are still things that we consider taboo today. What do you do when love does not seem to fit into the expectations of those around you?
There’s a little less spooky going on this week, but R.W. Chambers still paints a vivid picture of the haunting nature of lost love. This tale is part of a larger collection of stories under the title of The King in Yellow and I’m sure we will be dipping back into this volume again in the near future. In the
As someone who works in the paranormal field in my spare time, this story hit a lot of really hot spots for me. Of the various haunted house tales that I have read and heard, this one really spoke to a lot of what I have seen, heard, and felt in dealing with the spirit realm. The story is chilling, to
I’ll be dipping into the Cthulhu mythos this week as I share a tale of a stranded sailor and the terror of what he finds upon reaching land. Dagon is a fairly widely used character in the mythos, and I feel like it represents a blending point in the stories between what Lovecraft’s original settlers of earth worshiped and what