How well do you know the master of the macabre? Here are 10 little-known facts about the original horror maestro, Edgar Allan Poe.
A young woman killed by the innkeepers' son haunts the halls.
Your commute has never been so terrifying.
They've seen the other side...
There’s no place like a home with a grisly past.
A monk hanged for unimaginable crimes still haunts the premises to this day.
Remains–spiritual and bodily–reside within the castle’s very walls.
Scores of people died in the facility—how many of their spirits remain?
Want your next humble abode to include a few ghosts? Look no further.
Protect yourself from the undead.
You won't find peace and quiet on these haunted trails.
Satisfy your morbid curiosity.
Bare walls never looked so good.
Fame didn't save these individuals from a mysterious end.
The next time you stop for a hitchhiker, think twice.
In 1804, John Bell settled down for a quiet life in the country...until a sinister presence invaded his home and wreaked havoc on his family.
The eerie painting spooked many who just saw it. Those who owned it fared worse.
Set sail for North Brother—a forgotten island in the midst of the Big Apple.
Legend has it that a man murdered his wife and young daughter, before committing suicide...