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.
In a quiet Virginia cemetery is a peculiar tomb that has mystified visitors for nearly two hundred years.
She butchered three women and then cooked the remains into soap and teacakes—all in the name of breaking a family curse.
This desolate burial ground outside of downtown Chicago is said to be one of the most haunted places in the country.
In 1934, a Brighton railway worker discovered the bloody remains of a young woman stuffed inside a trunk. Then authorities found a second victim ...
Eighteen years after family members buried his body, Clairvius Narcisse returned from the dead.
The buildings may be empty, but the ghosts of the past still linger in the streets ...
In the woods of the Pacific Northwest is a derelict building rumored to be the home of sinister forces.
Three years before Jack ripped through London, a madman stalked the streets of Austin, Texas, slaughtering women where they slept.
Who killed the Reverend and his pretty choir singer?
A sinister soul haunts an overpass in Virginia, and locals say he'll attack you with an axe if you get too close.
In a quiet cemetery outside Chicago lies a mass grave of clowns, strongmen, and acrobats who died in one of the worst circus tragedies in history.
You never know what you’ll unearth in your own backyard…
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Deep in the jungle of Belize is a cave that contains ancient human remains, including the glittering bones of the "Crystal Maiden."
In the backcountry of Missouri lies a sinister stretch of road, crawling with strange legends and eerie sightings.
Along the edge of this abandoned Missouri graveyard roams the restless soul of an executed spree killer.