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Posted on January 18, 2020
Fever minds spun fever dreams... and, when said, minds go off to college - the eager savage ape of experimentation riding their backs - prepare, for all hell will break loose. College as a whole ...
Posted on December 29, 2019
Every good urban legend, particularly the nasty ones with teeth, claws and a bit of ectoplasm, have a couple of things in common:They need to be vague. You can't really pinpoint the narrative or...
Posted on December 26, 2019
Lynching, suicide, hanging, tarring, even staking, trees seem to have slowly become an essential gimmick in horror stories. There's a mystic to them and, well, let's be honest as humans we've used tho...
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The King William District
San Antonio's Southtown is where the artists and cool kids hang out. And while the neighborhood is already known to be haunted, one area, in particular, has an unusually high concentration of haunted ...
The Ruins of the Hot Wells Hotel
Yum, sulfur. That rotten egg smell never gets old. At the turn of the century it was believed that groundwater infused with sulfur had magical healing properties. The geology of the San Antonio area i...
Presidio La Bahia & The Goliad Massacre
The Presidio La Bahia is a little known Spanish fort and mission in Goliad, Texas. The fort has existed at its current location since 1747, but was first built in 1721 before it was moved twice. The P...