Orrin Grey is the author of several spooky books, among them Guignol and Other Sardonic Tales and Painted Monsters and Other Strange Beasts. His stories about monsters, ghosts, and sometimes the ghosts of monsters have been published in dozens of anthologies, including Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year.
The crime was considered too brutal and gruesome to be reported on daytime TV...
On a quiet street in California sits a stately brick house swarming with paranormal activity.
He nearly got away with four murders.
In each of his victims, he sought someone who would never leave.
This historic hospital for the mentally ill holds a strange history—and an even stranger ghost story.
Walburga's bizarre love affair cost her husband his life.
They thought they hit the jackpot…but it came with a terrible price.
When Ms. Harvey's son finally opened the door, he was met with a grisly sight...
What strange, supernatural force drove this family from their home in 1922?
On a hill in Kansas City rests a crumbling mansion with a sinister reputation.
According to one popular legend, the janitor used to take students down into the boiler room where they were burned alive.
This British playboy was deadly.
Serial killer Peter Tobin has three known victims: but was this depraved killer also responsible for the unsolved Bible John murders of the 1960s?
Could the two men behind the infamous Clutter family murders have killed the Walkers as well?
Albert Shinsky was convinced that Susannah Mummey, known as the Witch of Ringtown Valley, put a curse on him ... and the only way out was murder.