In this month’s Fortean Times I write about Gothic Romance, interview Guillermo del Toro and review Crimson Peak.
10 lesser-known horror stories that really stuck with me.
My folk horror story “The Village Below” will be published in The Ghastling Book 3, released at Halloween.
Old-fashioned, eerie and subtle. These are my favourite ghost films.
Why are pop culture archaeologists constantly “unearthing unspeakable evils”? This article is a response to Rob Irving’s project on Mythoarchaeology, as seen on Public Archaeology.
Image: Original layout of Avebury by John Martin
A tribute to Paul Naschy, the Spanish Lon Chaney, who dedicated his life to dignifying a genre vilified by Franco and his censors.
The legend of the Holy Company, a procession of the dead, still provokes superstitious fear in rural areas in Spain. Early sources reveal its similarity to Celto-Germanic myths.
Image: Åsgårdsreien (1872) by Peter Nicolai Arbo