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The demented mind of Richard Chase

And now, I have another Vampire to tell you about, they say vampire, I say sadistic freak, I’ll let you be the judge of that.  So, the “Vampire of Sacramento,” this dude named Richard Chase, killed six people during a … Continue reading

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Urban Legends – Resurrection Mary

So I was asked to dig into the Resurrection Mary legend, and guess what!  I found a lot of crazy details, check this out!   The back story goes something like this: The most accurate version is about this chick … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Cecil Hotel

So let’s talk about the Cecil Hotel in L.A., trust me, not a place you’d want to book for vacation, unless you’re as demented as I am! The Cecil is a low budget hotel and when I say low, I … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Whaley House

This tale starts in 1852 when a tall lanky man rides in to San Diego.  Yankee Jim was a shady character to say the least; it wasn’t long before he’d stirred up enough shit that everyone in town knew who … Continue reading

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Terror at Your Door: Get Your Hands on The Lineup’s Creepy Crate

Finally! A cool subscription for horror fans! “The Line Up“ got it right!  Not many places cater to horror enthusiasts; us with all of our morbid little quirks! But these guys know what makes us happy and now they’ve created … Continue reading

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Haunted History – The Ancient Ram Inn

The Ancient Ram Inn was built on top of a 5000 year old Pagan burial ground in 1145.  Another interesting fact about it’s location is that is sits on top of an intersection of 2 ley lines, one of which … Continue reading

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Louisiana’s Gentleman Pirate – Jean Lafitte

When it comes to pirates, I’m most definitely going to talk about Louisiana’s own, Jean Lafitte!  Jean, of course, was known for his piracy in and around the Gulf of Mexico but I bet you didn’t know that he was … Continue reading

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