I am a poet and mom of three from Sacramento, California. I love science, especially astrophysics and I often bring that scientific language into my poetry. I like the juxtaposition of visceral imagery and emotion. … More Interview with Michelle Gallagher from Cafe Macabre
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
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
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
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
Gothic Bite Magazine went online last year in March of 2018. There is no exact date as it took us some time to adjust and time to figure things out. We changed the platform, make changes, quite a rocky road! … More Happy Birthday Gothic Bite Magazine!
Imagine walking in a cemetery. The grass perfectly trimmed, the stairs swept, and the grave markers and tombstones are clean.
Your loved ones resting place is in good hands. This above is the job of a cemetery caretaker. … More Memoirs of a Cemetery Caretaker
Isabella Adams lives and works on the Gulf Coast of Florida with her three children, husband, and their dog, Isaac. … More Isabella Adams The Author
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
Simply fabulous. I loved this book, Alexa Wayne is an excellent storyteller! … More The Impaler Series – Mrs. Blackwood Kat Valentine Review
Mrs. Blackwood was a book that I was honestly wary of in the beginning. I did not deny that the writer had undeniable talent. … More The Impaler Series – Mrs. Blackwood Review
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
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
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