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
My art represents the other side of existence that most people like to oppress. Subjects move me and so I can process those at the same time. I am a Gothic artist. You can see it clearly on my DeviantArt page. … More The Dark Artistic Side of Rose Black
Highly inspired by Hotel Transylvania – The Series, Alexa drew many scenarios, unique from one to the next, based on herself as a vampire. Often referred to the “Grown-up Mavis” Alexa welcomed Jackie’s friendship. … More A.D. Wayne on Zombiepalooza Radio Live This Saturday
To this day we know the name, now let’s introduce the son. The one son who must carry the name of his birth parents to protect the House of Dragon’s sole and last heir. … More There’s Only One House of Dragon
In a world where killers hunt under the cover of darkness, Detective Dumas must rely on his steamy partner. While he’s not sure he can trust him to help drag a murderer in the cold hard light of day, Remi must face his unresolved issues from his past. … More Gory and Gore Awaits in The Beast by Dora Esquivel
When you begin traveling, you are going to discover that every place has stories. Each has a piece of history that is going to evoke those feelings of loss. After all, that is where true ghost stories start. … More Looking For A Haunted Castle?
Drawn into the world of voodoo, she uncovers the shocking truth of her family as she is propelled toward disaster. Now, Amy must return to England and face an adversary who means to destroy everything she holds dear. … More Jane Jordan New Release of Whisht Hall
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
How the longer she wears it, the more it conforms to her face and the more real the mask look. Perspiration included. She sets out for revenge but will Carly Beth be able to accept the consequences? … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Haunted Mask
I have written contemporary books too. Currently, I love supernatural settings. My Norse Warriors series is set in a land of myth-where saber-toothed tigers roam, and your battle scars tell the world who you are, what’s not to love? … More Gothic Bite Magazine Interviewed Susannah Shannon
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
The duo harken almost an instant connection for me to the 90s and 2000s horror scene where you needed ambiance set. It is like an earwig in the way their songs flow and curl up for a bit in your mind. … More FEATURING: L.E.D. Living with Eating Disorders – The Band
I wanted to bring in history, facts, and respect. With a quite popular series such as Supernatural among others either televised or written, many folklores, borrowed from various cultures and First Nations are not an exception. However, some forget that sometimes particular creatures are better left undisturbed. … More Folklore of Secrecy
The iconic ‘Pan Book Of Horror’ paperback series launched modestly in 1959 curated by Herbert Van Thal, it offered a fiendish cauldron of classic tales stirred in with tyro untried writers. … More Tales from The Shadow Booth Vol. 2 with Andrew Darlington
Now, my wife has taken a keen interest in the series as well, after having experienced the story in 5 and this one first hand. Any game is so much better when you can experience it with someone you love in my professional opinion, even a solo player game like Far Cry. … More Far Cry: New Dawn – The Review!
Imagine yourself held down on a table against your will so a doctor can shove ice picks up into your brain. The thought sends chills down my spine! … More The Icepick Lobotomy
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
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 seems to be a fascination with serial killers. Even I am intrigued by them. So, what is it about them that piques people interest in them? Is it their crimes, the victims? The types of murders they committed. … More Serial Murders
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
The very thought of a man capable of standing against greater evil, inspiring others strong enough to stand by his side is necessary for humans to survive. Robin Hood represents: justice, fairness and equality. Three words that to this day we fight to keep real. … More Gothic in Every Way – Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
Lorraine passed at the age of 92 and between her and Edward, who passed in 2006, had a lifetime that touched so many lives. The paranormal community owes a great debt to these two legendary investigators. May they be together again. … More The Loss of Lorraine Warren
In Celtic mythology, dragons come in two different shapes. We have the more commonly known with wings and four legs. Then, we have the sea dragon which looks more like a sea serpent. However, it does remain in the dragon family of Celtic mythology. … More An Origin of Dragons
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
The throes of mourners watching singing her Ava Maria hits emotions and livens the skin with goosebumps. It is truly a sad day as a pillar of hope and muse for many is suffering this blow. … More Through the Fire and the Flames – Notre Dame
This article is not a journalistic piece, and it is not a typical blog post from Gothic Bite Magazine. It is a bit small specter of history mixed with my emotional state at the view of Notre Dame in flames. … More Ring The Bells of Notre Dame
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
Yeah, I know, most of you were singing your way through those lyrics, weren’t you? It’s quite all right, I did the same thing, so don’t feel bad. Today, I am doing a breakdown of the song Enter Sandman by Metallica off their Black Album, released back in 1991. … More Enter Sandman
That film and a very few others have stood the test of time and scrutiny. The technology for the “fake suit and prosthetics” theory, needed to make a suit of that nature, did not exist in 1967. … More Inerview with Carter Buschardt from THE Bigfoot Field Researcher Organization
It was the summer of 96 or better referred to as “The Summer of Hell.” I can’t help but to blame myself; after all, I’ve watched plenty of horror movies to know all the basic rules, but even then I ignored the most important one. … More The Real Witchcraft
He is coming through the dilapidated alley
Slowly he’s coming to your window and watches the prey.
And if you look at his gaze you will fall in never land
For he will feed your eyes with his fearsome dreadful sand.
Shhhh here comes the Sandman. … More Sandman, A Horror Poem
I loved the first game and the animations and characters that came with the game. Injustice 2 came out with several new characters, and of course, season passes for the rest of the characters soon to be added. My favorite character is Starfire, which you can get in the season pass. … More Injustice 2 Review
They say the Sandman is not a ghost—that he is an entity that comes to visit you at night to put you to sleep, and bring you good dreams. There have been many myths and legends written about him. … More Is the Sandman a Ghost?
The Authors Show interviews our A. Wayne, CEO and Founder of Gothic Bite Magazine. This is a big day for our OCD Vampire! Don’t miss out on showing your love to her work! … More The Authors Show Interviews our A. Wayne!
A. Wayne is the author of Mrs. Blackwood and the CEO and Founder of Gothic Bite Magazine. She is a fan of horror and writes her novels in the paranormal and sci-fi as such. Not long ago, she did an interview with The Authors Show and it airs tomorrow, April 3rd, 2019! … More A. Wayne on The Authors Show
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
Here we are again dear readers and this is a doozy of a book. I have had a few reviews go out of order to match up with a monster of the month and because of that to catch up this month will have two separate reviews. The first is book #8 The Girl Who Cried Monster, from Goosebumps, let us begin. … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Girl Who Cried Monster
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 Monster of the Month for February was a ghost. Typically when you think of ghost the first place the mind goes is sad or scary. For me, the first place my mind goes to currently is to that of Haunting of Hill House and my favorite character of Nell. … More The Ghost Makeup
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
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
Hello fair travels and welcome to my side of fantasy and whim. I always look for things that fascinate me and for this article I am featuring a lesser known mythical creature. … More The Nickelavee
*** WARNING THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS MATURE AND GRAPHIC SUBJECT MATTER *** Who never watched one of the nine movie versions of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Well, I only watched the 1974 movie version and let me tell you when I stomached it back in 1982, it scared the hell out of me as it was creepy, violent, and so believable. … More Leatherface The Man
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!