October is the month I watch horror movies the way kids eat candy. For years, my wife and I came up with a list of movies and named the whole thing Shocktober. A while ago, we started sharing the list, and that’s what I’m here to do today. If you’re new to horror, check back tomorrow for a different list!
It’s Memorial Day weekend in the US, a time when many folks head out into nature to camp — and enjoy scary stories around a campfire. What story is even creepier when it’s told out in the woods, far from electric lights and civilization?
Every city, town, and neighborhood has its own collection of local lore. Today we want to hear yours.
As much as I’m looking forward to Jurassic Park, I will never quite forgive dinosaurs for the sin of being birdlike. How can I fear something that I eat in nugget form? Now prehistoric mammals — that’s where the action is. Here are the top 10 mammals that ruled more than any dinosaur ever.
Hedge mazes, corn mazes, and the like may confound our senses when we’re inside trying to find our way out, but when viewed from above, some of them are particularly beautiful. Here are some of the loveliest mazes that you can lose yourself in.
There are a bunch of great places to go: