Expedition Bigfoot on Travel Channel

“Expedition Bigfoot” Coming to the Travel Channel

It’s been just a little over 2 years now since Finding Bigfoot aired its final episode, and in that time, there really hasn’t been a suitable cryptid-hunting show to take its place. I mean there’s been approximately 6 billion ghost hunting shows premiering and and getting canceled since then, but, well, none of them are […]

What Do Halloween and the Superbowl Have in Common? (Hint: Travel Channel)

What season do you most associate with travel? Spring? Summer? Christmastime? Fall? My guess would be summer, maybe tied with or followed in a close second by Christmas. And those very well may be the busiest times for actual travel, but not for Travel Channel. Apparently their busiest season is Fall, specifically Halloween. Here’s what […]

3 Creepy Hiking Trails You Wouldn’t Dare Walk Alone

Ready for a hike? Be sure you have some good running shoes. They’ll be useful when you run out of the woods like a bat out of hell. There’s more lurking around America’s nature trails than bears, mountain lions, and the occasional woodland hermit. You have some ghosts and other supernatural creatures to worry about. […]

Halloween Movies - Found Footage

Halloween Watchlist 2019 – Found Footage

In my first installment of this year’s Halloween Watchlist, I recommended some horror films that were more lighthearted and funny, and also mentioned my love of found footage horror movies – good or bad. And that list even had a found footage movie on it: “Bad Ben.” So this week’s list is all about my favorite […]

Halloween Watchlist 2019 – Scary Funny

Last year, I did a series of posts showcasing some of my favorite Halloween fare. I tried to go with some more unconventional picks than most Halloween movie watchlists, and my first entry focused on funny horror movies. Now, I’m not talking flicks that have a touch of humor, like “Scream,” or even parodies like […]

Missing 411: The Hunted – Review

Missing 411: The Hunted Directed by Michael DeGrazier | Written by David Paulides David Paulides is a fairly controversial figure in the world of the paranormal and unexplained. The former police detective is the prolific author of the Missing 411 series of books, which detail accounts of people who have seemingly inexplicably gone missing in […]

MOMO: The Missouri Monster – Review

MOMO: The Missouri Monster Directed by Seth Breedlove | Small Town Monsters One of my favorite memories from when I was a kid was staying up late on Friday and Saturday nights and watching monster movies. Sometimes it was a classic like “Creature from the Black Lagoon,” or maybe an underrated gem like “The Abominable […]

Fort Wadsworth Staten Island EVP

EVP at Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island

The weather over Staten Island on the night of August 3rd, 2019, was unusual to say the least. My wife and I first noticed it as we drove home from a party: isolated flashes of lighting, pinkish-orange in color, with no thunder. The lightning appeared at first to be localized behind a single cloud, not […]

The Surprising Organization Petitioning to “Move Halloween”

I woke up two hours before my alarm this morning. I often turn on the news when this happens, because it usually lulls me back to sleep. Today was no exception, which is why I was only half awake when they started talking about an online petition to move Halloween. {Insert groan here.} Here we […]

Beware of the Black-Eyed Kids

It’s late at night, you’re watching a movie, and someone knocks at your door. What in the world? It’s almost midnight! You drag yourself out of your comfy couch to meet two little kids at your front door. “We are lost,” One of the kids say. “Can we come in to use your phone?” Of […]