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.
What really happened?
The sheer number of eyewitness accounts is unsettling.
They called him "America's first serial killer of the modern era," but the case of the Boston Strangler is full of contradictions.
Will we ever have an answer?
The murky line between murder and self-defense.
Law enforcement was woefully slow to act.
Sometimes life is stranger than fiction...
This famed Manhattan address has a seriously haunted past.
Which would like to visit?
Did she take her own life—or was it something more sinister?
Discover a treasure-trove of hidden B-horror on these streaming platforms.
Because All Hallows’ Eve isn’t complete without a slasher or two.
Or is it just a compelling fantasy?
Dare to spend the night?
Popularized by The Staircase, is the Alford Plea a true admission of guilt, or something else?
Often labeled merely as "Stephen King's wife", this Mistress of Horror defies oversimplification.
Who says summer isn't a terrifying season?
The award-winning author writes tales of supernatural and occult horror with a Southern Gothic flair.
The killer's own defense attorney described him as “the very definition of heartless evil.”
UFOs, alien autopsies, and more—what really happened in Roswell?