However, Grando rose that night. The third version states that one of the men cut Grando’s head from his shoulders and that blood gushed from the sixteen-year-old corpse. … More Vampire People Pt.1
According to the American Red Cross, approximately thirty-two thousand pints of blood are used each day in the United States. One pint can save up to three lives. … More Vampires Donating Blood
I’ve been doing this for years. Sometimes the trips are simple one-day excursions. Sometimes the adventure takes a few days if I can match my fascination with haunted and history together all the better! … More Planning A Haunted Vacation
In the early years of American history, New England was full of superstitions about the supernatural. The church spread fears of evil which lead to the witch trials so famously diluted in our history books. Vampires were rumored to roam New England’ rural communities by night with reports documented as early as 1793. … More Great New England Vampire Panic
If you’ve ever seen a modern-day vampire, you know that they come in many different shapes and sizes. Gone are the days of the slicked-back hair, capes and elongated fangs. Vampires don’t hide in the shadows these days. … More Choosing Your Fangs
This one-hour weekly docu-soap follows a group of real-life paranormal researchers as they investigate haunted houses throughout the country, encountering every type of imaginable haunting. … More TAPS Ghost Hunters
We’re in the Ghost month here at Gothic Bite Magazine and so I dug up a very interesting ghost story for you! … More Living with the Dead
According to a New York Times article written by Sam Kestenbaum, in the nineties, Sebastiaan self-proclaimed himself the King of the Vampires. The Vampire Community exploded at the time. … More Father Sebastiaan The Vampire and Fangsmith
Artemis Dai is our precious liaison to the Vampire Community and she prepared and article about a quick overall look at it.
You don’t know what a Vampire Community is? Come here to find out and catch up! … More Vampire, The Community
All right, so by now, you all know I’m a huge nerd — Science, history and of course the paranormal. So, when I got the chance to put all those together, I couldn’t pass it up. … More Sissinghurst
After some time now, I sat down with someone and had a one on one. If you remember, last month I spoke with the lovely Queen Lovelace in Richmond. … More Mystery Man Interview
This story was told to me by my mother, who passed it down from her mother and her mother’s mother. To my knowledge, this story is generations old. … More The Festival of Yule, Holly and Oak King
I spoke with Lady Lovelace back in September. However, with the Paranormal Travelers Interview in the printed GBM magazine in October, I didn’t want this interview overshadowed. … More Vampire Community Lady Lovelace
Each month we sit down, virtually of course, with someone within the Vampire Community, and we talk about their views and their opinions on matters that are currently going on among the community itself.
… More Vampire Community – Lady Luna and the Richmond Court
Autoimmune hepatitis, formerly called lupoid hepatitis, is a chronic, autoimmune disease of the liver that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks liver cells causing the liver to be inflamed. — Wikipedia … More From My Heart To Yours
Build in Weston West Virginia in the eighteenth hundreds this hand-cut stone masonry building is said to be the second largest establishment of its kind in the world.
It was meant as a place of peace and relaxation, but Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum turned out to build out of nightmares. … More Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum build out of Nightmares
If you happen to be passing through the small sleepy town of West Pittston Pennsylvania, you probably won’t notice the half a double tucked back into the narrow sides streets.
It’s red and white panneled faded; it’s neighbors all too close for comfort in what was once a coal thriving community.
However, if you do, if you happen to travel that way you might find yourself standing in front of what is rumored to be a very haunted house. … More The Smurl Haunting
As one of the interviewers at GBM, I get the privilege of learning about new people that I haven’t met before. Learning about their perspectives on life and how they view the world.
A fantastic author has agreed to sit down with me this morning and talk about her book series which you can find on Amazon.com and her positions on some hot-button issues. So I have to say first off. Thank you so much, Sariah Skye, for sitting down with myself and GBM. … More Author Sariah Skye interviewed by Artemis Dai
With each month we try to bring into the limelight someone from the Vampire Community that represents a unique perspective and this month it is about being a Sanguivore … More Vampire Community Interview about Sanguivore by Artemis Dai
Continuing down the haunted highways and byways of Pennsylvania. I came across another equally chilling place with lots of styles and plenty of haunts.
Nestled in the Pocono Mountains is the historic town of Jim Thorpe. Yes, it’s named after the Olympian. … More Pennsylvania Hauntings – New American Hotel
I’m a photographer and writer for Gothic Bite Magazine. But then again, I’m also a full-time teacher and author. Quite a full plate! … More Artemis Dai on DeviantArt
This month Rev. Dr. Aramond S. VanRahamdalph DD. sat down with our beloved Corinth Noctem Aeternus, for a one on one interview. Rev. Dr. VanRahamdalph.
He is the founder of many Houses inside the Houston Texas community and the founder of Houston’s Council of Community Affairs as well as the Texas and World Council of Community Affairs. … More Vampire Community – Aramond S. VanRahamdalph is Interviewed
Growing up in central Pennsylvania, I didn’t know too many ghost stories. However, when my mother moved to Wilkes-Barre and I started spending my summers there it all changed.
46 Welles Street in the town of Wilkes-Barre Pa has been a haunted fixture in the community for generations.
I’ve walked past it as a child. The house itself seems normal for the area. It’s greyish asepsis siding and tiny front yard always seemed perfectly normal for that part of town. … More 46 Welles Street – Haunted or not?
Travel the country sides of Europe and you are bound to see a castle. To date there are over ten thousand known castles in Europe and Asia.
Many of the oldest castles in the world are in Germany. With age comes history and not necessarily a pleasant history at that.
Europe’s Middle Ages were plagued with turmoil. The Crusades, witch-hunts (and werewolf hunts) vampire hysteria and war torn through the old world. Leaving in its wake tears in the fabric between this world and the next. … More Moosham Castle – A Horror Story
We all accept the idea that there are things that go bump in the night. Some of us more accepting and/or curious than others. Many just want to know more, and a few are terrified of what they learn.
The Gothic Bite Magazine has reached out to the Vampire Community and several members have been gracious enough to talk with us. … More Interviewing Vampires: Belfazaar Ashantison
If you never heard of Anita Blake this is your chance to dive into a wickedly twisted world of monsters versus humans where monsters aren’t necessarily the bad guys and the goodies come in all shapes, sizes and fur patterns. … More The Laughing Corpse by Laurell K. Hamilton
The Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series is an urban fantasy that has sold more than six million copies worldwide. Twenty-six books translated into dozens of different languages. … More Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton
The word emerald comes from an old French word esmeraude which was loosely translated from a variant of Latin smaragdus. And, apparently, they stole the word from the Ancient Greeks. Basically, it simply means “green gem”, not very inspiring I know. … More Emerald City!
I would like to add that there are enough malicious intentions in this world, if you are to use magic and decide to be a witch, please, for your own good be a good and kind one. Magic is not without its price. So, be careful and blessed be. … More Diamond – A Ghoul’s Best Friend
Spring has sprung in the northern hemisphere. In most places the snow is gone, and the flowers are in full bloom. The warm glow of the sun is causing us to peel off the layers of winter clothes and the grand fury of summer storms are active overhead. … More Beltane & Shashti
The coming of spring and new beginnings lends itself to the celebrations shared by many cultures, many religions and countries around the world. … More Ostara & Visakha Puja
We’ve all seen the big black boxes, with pops of bright colors. Tucked inside clear plastic are fashion forward dolls dressed in Gothic inspired outfits adorning chains and bats, each one coming with a skull-shaped hairbrush. … More IT’S COOL TO BE A GHOUL!
For those with the passion there is no greater mystery then the unknown. The thrill of the hunt, the exploration of a rare and unique location and the chance to communicate with those that have gone on to the other side. … More Ghost Adventures
If you’re in the mood for something a little off the beaten path as far as horror and supernatural goes, you might want to give a decade old movie The Covenant a go. In almost every film we see witches being portrait as women, but this one dared to go the other way and with a good reason. … More The Covenant
While studies show that every human being is born with in instinct of fear of spiders and snakes, many of us grow out of the phobia, but many others retain the terrifying view of spiders. … More Adorable Arachnophobia
Are Leprechaun cute, friendly gold gifting symbols of Irish tradition or misunderstood tricksters who only want to be left alone? Today’s our understanding of these mischievous creatures is a mixture of legend, folklore and Hollywood. … More Are Leprechauns Magically Delicious?