The main creator of the horror storytelling podcast Copper Shock, Tasha resides in Salt Lake City and has always enjoyed turning her nightmares into adventures. Spinning them into words, page after page.
Urban Legend: Skinned Tom
The Urban Legend of Skinned Tom Back in the 1930s there once was a man who knew he was a looker, charismatic, and frankly could coax anyone into doing what he wanted, he had that silver of a tongue. His name was Thomas Beltran. Tom was the sort of personality where you wanted him to be your friend at any personal cost because having him around meant something and carried status.
Urban Legend: 1962 Halloween Massacre
The Full Urban Legend: In 1962, it was very common for partygoers to create their own Halloween masks from plaster, burlap fabric, and paint. If you were really strapped for cash you asked your neighbor if he had any chicken wire left in his shed and you used paper mache.
Top 10 Weird Facts and History About Ouija Boards
Number One Mark Twains Secret Unpublished Book In 1902, Emily Grant Hutchings claimed to have contacted the spirit of Mark Twain who then dictated a book to her titled Jap Heron. The book was heavily criticized by the New York Times.
Amazon Original Sci-Fi ‘The Vast Of Night’ is a Love Letter to The Twilight Zone
The Vast of Night (2019) Story Analysis The Vast of Night (2019) was a surprise for me when I flipped it on my Amazon account. I wasn't entirely sure what to expect and frankly, I had done little to no research. I selfishly wanted it to grab and pull me in, otherwise, I wasn't going to spend time on it.
Top 10 Weird Facts with Hypnosis
Number One: You can accidentally create FAKE memories and not just retrieve repressed ones Hypnosis has been used to retrieve repressed memories, but it also runs the risk of fabricating memories inside the patient's mind. That is why using hypnosis on patients with mental dissociative orders is severely frowned upon.
The 2020 Thriller ‘Alone’ Delivers on D&D “Dungeon Sense”
Impressions of the Film I waited two days after watching the film to decide how I felt about it. I decided, I really loved it. It was the sort of kidnapping survival story that walked an amazing line of maintaining the tension between a VERY limited cast of people, and still allowed the shots to speak for themselves of environment instead of dialogue to walk the audience through what is going to happen next.