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Something Lurks In The Grass!

February 17, 2017 // 11 Comments

  Monsters are all around us. Some are tiny. Some are big. But there’s one thing these monsters have in common—they’re real! You don’t need to scour the creative dimensions to discover horrific entities. Six-legged abominations live in the same world as you do. Let’s [Click Here & Be Scared!]

Will You Be My Killingtine?

February 14, 2017 // 22 Comments

  Roses are red…violets are blue…I like blood and so do you! That special day is here—the time of year when love birds exchange boxes of chocolates or romantic pieces of cardboard, because nothing says ‘I love you’, like a holiday themed card from the grocery store. [Click Here & Be Scared!]

No One Else Around

February 10, 2017 // 19 Comments

  Lovely girl of six with hair of gold and face of innocence. I felt a bump in my blanket – a lump unmoving and steadfast. It was her doll – face contorted, clothes in pieces, limbs dismembered. I would find it in my room for the next three nights. No matter if I hid it. No matter [Click Here & Be Scared!]

Humpty Dumpty Hung On A Wall…

February 4, 2017 // 38 Comments

Humpty Dumpty hung on a wall, Humpty Dumpty broke the law. The mourners gathered all the king’s nooses Waited until he said amen How many people did Humpty Dumpty kill? The number equaled ten. Mother Ghoul invites you to create your own horror nursery rhyme using Humpty Dumpty’s first [Click Here & Be Scared!]

Get Hexed!

January 19, 2017 // 6 Comments

Are you ready to get hexed? Put on your black cloak and desecrate those heathen walls! Spellbind and charm eyeballs with works of art, or unmentionable dark creations. Impale four tacks inside the body of a poster. Hang ’em high—frame hand drawn illustrations customized to your desire. [Click Here & Be Scared!]

Horror: The Frailty of Flesh

January 17, 2017 // 5 Comments

  Everyone suffered through the pain of an accidental cut—without diligence—our outward identity would be chewed apart by life’s serrated teeth. A scar is a monument to our frailty. We intuitively know a life can be trimmed with ease, just like a flower plucked from a garden. When we [Click Here & Be Scared!]

I See Her When It Rains

January 13, 2017 // 3 Comments

*Rain pouring* She’s standing there all alone. I’m not sure why she has been following me. I feel despair. Only when it rains does she appear. I’ve likened to naming her the Umbrella Lady. I’ve seen her in the past – always in the distance… Until recently. The last time it rained, I [Click Here & Be Scared!]