Well, vampires became more popular following the end of the witch hunt. Their popularity gained after the infamous Salem Witch Trial. … More Alleged Vampire Witch
There is evidence of it being used to treat those behaving erratically, and it can be assumed that the behavior can be attributed to mental illness. However, they believed that mental illness was caused by being inhabited by a malicious or evil spirit. … More Trepanning The Horror
We might believe vampires don’t exist but back in medieval Europe it was common to protect oneself from a bloodsucking creature. … More The Burial of Vampires
On May 24th 1979 the dead walked the earth, brought to us by the godfather of the Zombie genre, George A. Romero. Now here’s my review of Dawn of the Dead. … More Dawn of the Dead
Recently, zombies have been invading our small screen and the theaters. Either from famous shows as The Walking Dead or World War Z.
The term zombie has been part of our lives for centuries, but most recently, gained in popularity. However, research proved that zombies are a fact. … More Zombies Are A Fact
All right, I’m a huge John Carpenter fan, so when I saw I could review one of his films, then I jumped at the chance. … More John Carpenter’s The Thing Review
All right, so, we already know my feelings on pretty much anything George Romero related, so this review for me is a no-brainer. … More Review of the Dead
A 2002 horror film that has a slash as a comedy, I don’t see the comedic side, but it does have its moments. The topic of this movie is flesh-eating diseases. … More Cabin Fever for Review
The Alnwick Castle is located in the village of Northumberland in the old country of England, United Kingdom.
The castle dates back to the ninth century and is believed to be the home of a vampire. Here is the story of the vampire castle of England. … More The Vampire Castle
Yellow fever is a viral infection transmitted by a bite from infected mosquitoes most commonly found in parts of South America and Africa.
When transmitted to humans, the yellow fevervirus can damage the liver and other internal organs and be potentially fatal. — WebMD.com
Now here is the story of 1820, Savannah, the Yellow Fever Epidemic. … More 1820 Savannah The Yellow Fever Epidemic