The Smurl Haunting

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

Author Sariah Skye interviewed by Artemis Dai

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

Vampire Community – Aramond S. VanRahamdalph is Interviewed

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

46 Welles Street – Haunted or not?

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?

Moosham Castle – A Horror Story

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

Emerald City!

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!

The Covenant

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