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8 POSTS 0 COMMENTSGwendolyn Nix has tagged sharks in Belize, researched the evolution of multicellularity, and studied neurodegenerative diseases. Currently, she works for a television production company and is a publisher's assistant for Ragnarok Publications.
Mazes have been a feature of many cultures and religious traditions. Explore the endless paths that make them irresistible to humans and spirits alike.
Sacrifices interred in a space inbetween, beholden to a goddess, the bog bodies give up their secrets.
Under the Witchcraft Act, first witches, then anyone who did anything unusual could be tried and executed as an enemy of the state.
Not all clergy went after witches with the noose and the brand; Bishop Agobard of Lyons set out to disprove the existence of weather witches, the tempestarii.
As the American Ghoul, Daniel Vazquez captures beautiful, haunting mythology that will stay with you long after you close your eyes.
Imagine this: you time travel to medieval Europe and meet a monk. He’s never been beyond the monastery. He’s fearful of the black plague and those who might hang him for his beliefs due to schisms between Christian sects. To him, evil isn’t a concept,...
It's 2016 and scary clowns are all over the news -- but terrifying tricksters are nothing new. They've always been with us, and we'll never get away.