Orrin Grey is the author of Guignol and Other Sardonic Tales and Painted Monsters and Other Strange Beasts, among others. His stories of monsters, ghosts, and sometimes the ghosts of monsters have appeared in dozens of anthologies, including Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year.
The screams are just getting started, horror fans...
Be sure to pay your respects to Robert the Doll, or you might just regret it…
Sex scandals, strange disappearances, and the attempted resurrection of a 16-year-old "princess"...
The legendary paranormal researcher investigated the infamous Borley Rectory.
Spend the night...if you dare.
The award-winning author writes tales of supernatural and occult horror with a Southern Gothic flair.
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was built to help make people well, but it soon became a living hell.
According to legend, the dried and pickled hand of a hanged man possesses dark powers.
Decades later, the question remains: Who pulled the trigger?
They lured people to their deaths, then sold the cadavers to medical schools.
He walked into a pub and was never seen again.
The subject of Interview with a Serial Killer—streaming on Netflix now—speaks out in his own chilling words.
In 1981, a cabin in the woods played host to a brutal family murder.
Behind his quiet demeanor lurked a brutal killer.
What dark secret made Charlie Lawson slaughter his family on Christmas Day?
Blood, guts, terror, multiple dimensions, and more populate Barker's horrifying oeuvre.
In 1946, a sadistic killer dressed in a white mask terrorized the small town of Texarkana at night.
He's been described as "too evil to live"...
Soon after moving into a sprawling Denver mansion, Russell Hunter sensed he wasn't alone.