I am so fascinated with how things function at their extremes, especially when it comes to the human mind. Our survival instincts are always watching everything that happens around us and inside us. … More Interview with Psychological Horror Author, Luc Vors
LASASHA HAS A PARANORMAL ROMANCE THIRTEEN BOOK SERIES IN THE WORKS AND ONE OF THOSE STORIES WILL BE A RETELLING OF ALADDIN WITH A NAUGHTY TWIST. THIS SHORT STORY WILL SERVE AS A PREQUEL TO THE MAIN BOOK IN THE SERIES. … More Birth of the Sand Viper, Origins of Jafar by LaSasha Flame
It becomes an act of fearlessness and kneeling humility, with hope to catch a glint of loving compassion in infinity’s eye. … More The Art of Letting Go
I found multiple accounts of a woman named Phoebe Wise that is reported to walk the road. She was considered bold, outspoken, and unafraid to taken on a man in an argument. She even unintentionally killed her long-term boyfriend during an argument. … More The Ohio Reformatory
Monsters have a heritage in their history. Either it is from religion or mythology, monsters possess an origin of their own. As an example, the Greeks and Romans saw monsters as divine displeasure. Consequently, they perceived congenital disabilities or malformations as ominous. … More The Horrifying Definition of Monster
We enter this world through the eyes of Billy, our 12 year old, who is making his way to camp for the first time. On a bus with eighteen other boys and 4 girls, the boys are all set for the Camp Nightmoon while the girls are heading in a different direction. … More GOOSEBUMPS! Welcome To Camp Nightmare
Her work is alluring and unexpected focusing mainly on capturing beauty and emotion in a still shot of time. She began photography ten years ago as an artistic outlet, and it grew into a full-fledged devotion. … More Jo Vallianatou The Photographer
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
My first book, Lux, opened a new door for me and despite working forty hours a week, raising my son and dealing with autoimmune issues, I keep pushing because it’s a passion I can’t allow to die. … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interviewed Author M.J. Vieira
Greetings Biters! For the April tribute to the Sandman, I’d take you for another trip into my music library. Let me introduce you to the band Rock Sugar and their hit Don’t Stop The Sandman. … More Rock Sugar Sandman?
Hello, my name is George. I’ve loved Pokemon almost my whole life. So, I was really excited when I watched E3 2018 with my stepdad. On the second day of E3, we saw that Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee was coming out. So here are some of my opinions about the game. … More POKÉMON: Let’s Go Pikachu
There has been documentation of people being kept in cages when they were “unable to be controlled” by caretakers, and even the wallpaper was peeling from the walls. Patients attempted to kill each other, and were sometimes successful due to the overworked staff. … More Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
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
Hi, my name is Daisy St. James and I write steamy Paranormal Romance!
When I was young, I always dreamed of becoming a writer. From the moment I picked up my very first romance novel at the tender age of twelve, I was hooked. … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interview Author Daisy St. James
It does matter the spelling of the word: fae, fay, fey, fairy, it all means the same. The word itself first saw the light of day in early Dark Ages Times around the world. Other spellings consisting of faerie, fairie, fayrye, and feirie have their place in history. … More The Origins of Fays
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
Trinitarians work exclusively with the Goddess-inclusive Christian Pantheon. Now, let’s take a deep breathe and learn about what this is all about. … More The Christian Witches
There is something about the State of California, with its sunny beaches, the coast, and its beautiful people, that can be misleading. There’s a darker side to this beautiful state. … More Scorecard Killer
There’s much controversy about the Bell Witch Cave. Some say she is the daughter of an abusive father. Some say she is an outside entity that came to torment the Bell Family. There are even other reports that the Bell Witch was a male slave killed by Bell in the past. … More The Bell Witch
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
While all over the world, most likely in Nordic places. We are all aware of the legend of Bigfoot otherwise known depending on the location: Sasquatch, Yeti or Abominable Snowman. Otherly put, the existence of a tribe of giant furry animal-like bipeds. … More Is the Swamp Monster Bigfoot?
The legend of the Swamp Monster is not as old as one would expect. When doing research on the monster itself, thinking mostly to be as old as Bigfoot, to my surprise the very first sighting of the half humanoid half leafy murky wet abominable monster took place in 1963 when a man and his friend were looking down from a plane on a swamp and discovered more than they anticipated. … More Swamp Monster Pt.1
Upon researching my novel, looking for different types of characters I could use aside from the usual, the word Druid popped in my head, and I thought maybe it could be interesting to mix the truth and their folklore. … More The Celtic Druids
Though I know, I should be wary. I venture someplace scary, ghostly hauntings I turn loose: Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice! … More Beetlejuice
Death is something that either fascinates people or leaves them afraid. It is common to see the truth of a person on its death bed.
It is also common to wonder if they’ll come back or go to heaven or the switch as merely turned off. Either way, ghosts are part of our history. … More Ghostly Origins
To any horror movie fan, if shown the recognizable ghost face mask they know it from the iconic nineties movie, Scream. … More Scream The Review
Like a lot of people in recent years, I have been taken in by shows like Stranger Things and most recently The Haunting of Hill House.
Dark is another show along that spectrum that I recently found and watched on Netflix. … More Dark The Review
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
We at GBM, loves when a unique author comes by and let us know about their awesome work! This week, we have Carly Marino! … More Memory Walker by Carly Marino
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
The Vampire month is almost over and so here is the story of a woman who inspired the vampire realm for centuries.
She is one of the most horrifying people who ever lived, and one never is forgotten. Elizabeth Bathory de Ecsed. … More Elizabeth Báthory The Blood Countess
Magic, as it is usually known, is something I wholeheartedly object to the existence of in our world.
Ghosts, werewolves, vampires, and witches curses are in my opinion nothing more than fantastic examples of the human imagination. … More Magic and Satanism
Hel had a son he named Krampus. Over the years, he became associated with Christmas. Why?
Half goat, half human, all demon. The beast has no problem following people of all ages in the streets reminding them of their evilness. Why? … More The Origins of Krampus
I’m going to start this review off by saying this much, stop what you’re doing and buy this collection for whatever console you have, either PS4 or Xbox One. … More Bioshock The Collection
Guess who will be on the AMAZING!!! Zombiepalooza Radio Live tomorrow at 8:15 EST Time? ME, Alexa Wayne! … More Zombiepalooza Radio Live has Alexa Wayne on their show!
Sexism, privacy, sexuality, choices, those are subjects that resurface in our era.
Some of us think that in 2018 those subjects shouldn’t even be a problem.
The reality proves otherwise but there is a place where it’s already accepted and welcomed. … More Sexuality Among Satanists
Ghost stories, ghost hunting, and paranormal investigations are on many channels on television. We see it on tv, read about it and now it is slowly expanding.
It is not about the ghosts only anymore. If you do a little research now, you can either close your eyes or meet with the paranormal encounters. … More Paranormal Encounters
In my previous article, I talked about Mr. Davis’ account with Haitian culture and the zombification of people. Mr. Davis’ work is known, read, and some even scoffed at his work.
However, I believe he was the first to take West African zombies seriously. Wade Davis might be the zombie anthropologist! … More Wade Davis The Zombie Anthropologist
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
The timing of this article conveniently releases during a current scandal regarding Satanism in the media and visual entertainment.
… More Satanism Stereotypes
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
Oh, this one. This one was painful, but like I have said before “B” movies can have some of the greatest kill scenes even if the story is not there. … More Piranha 3D with a 3D Review
Growing up I was into horror movies, not only the good or classics but the cheesy ones as well. I liked how it brought some intensity in my life and fed my imagination.
Then, came the movie Prom Night. I wondered if it would be the new “Scream” of the new generation. … More Prom Night Scream Queen
Everyone remembers the shaky running camera in the dark woods, the close-up on the girl’s blue eyes crying out of terror. The Blair Witch Project made its debut. … More The Blair Witch Project
I always was a horror fan. Just as much as I like good ones with great stories, I enjoy the cheesy ones for a laugh.
Because once I went to the video club — yes, I’m that old and nothing was interesting, I pulled out 11:11. … More 11:11 Movie Review
Created by Naughty Dog, the game developers behind the infamous Crash Bandicoot series took a bold leap on the PlayStation 3.
They delivered a new sort of platforming game, one that showed love to the Indiana Jones series as much as it paid tribute to the Tomb Raider series on the original PlayStation. … More Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Haunted houses are something’s that have caught the imagination of writers and storytellers for longer than I can say. … More The Sorrel Weed House
Trick ‘r Treat is a five-story anthology all about Halloween. The stories comprise of a high school principal with a dark secret.
A college virgin looking for the right man; some teenagers that pull a sinister prank; a woman who hates Halloween has to put up with her husband that is obsessed with it; finally the hated old man gets the trick or treater of a lifetime. … More Trick ‘r Treat Movie Review
The year is 1986. The scene is inside of Her Majesty’s Theatre, as the lights start to dim anticipation builds.
The orchestra has started their warm up notes and there is a hint of small murmurs throughout the crowd as they move restlessly ready for the show to start. It’s The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. … More The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway
There are many ghost stories in Savannah, some more terrifying than others. Some are just downright disturbing to read and learn about and has you wonder about them being real. Here is the legend about 432 Abercorn Street… … More 432 ABERCORN Street