Clinton Road located in West Milford, New Jersey is a legendary spot for paranormal thrill seekers and road trippers. With a little bit of research, you can find all of the stories that Clinton road has to offer, whether it be the phantom car that tries to run you off the road, the penny that mysteriously returns to the road after you throw it off the bridge, or the sightings of hybrid type animals running around. With all of the legends that surround this road, the question remains: is this truly a paranormal hot spot or is this road nothing more than just stories?
All around the world there are legends and stories of monsters, and these creatures aren’t you’re typical camp fire story they’re the things nightmares are made from. Here’s a list of top voted scariest monsters.
Cat Scratch is one of those spooky games kids play at sleepovers. Some examples of the spooky games are Bloody Mary, Candy Man, and the Ouija board. Although this game does not cause an evil woman to come into your mirror or demons to enter your house, if done correctly this game can still generate a good scare.
Indiana history is haunted by the tale of young OLIVER LERCH.
I've written two books on horrible urban legends. The first, Scary Urban Legends, was illustrated by John C. Eng, and is, really, quite good, if I do say so myself. It was published by Schiffer publishing, long, long ago.
It's often said that some people are just born under an unlucky star.
We want to tell a little tale here. One that, really, we only know the bare bones concerning. (And there is really no humor intended by that first line. But, there is irony.
Victorian author CHARLES DICKENS, who wrote the ghostly classic, A Christmas Carol, penned a little ghostly story of a woman on a train and a painter, which, decades later, paranormal author FRANK EDWARDS would recount as truth.
Seriously? Don't mean to poke fun at this, but it really is true: somehow, some way, it seems that in the classic trope and style of a horror film from the bowels of B-cheese like Friday the 13th to even the most modern found footage flicks of The Blair Witch Project, the fact is forests freak people out.