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Interview: Author Nick Redfern (Keep Out!)

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Exclusive Horrornews.net Unexplained Confidential Interview – Nick Redfern Book: Top Secret Places Governments Don’t Want You To Know About.  High Security Facilities, Underground Bases, And Other Off-Limits Areas. KEEP OUT! What would you say is the most guarded top secret location in the United States? In the World? Answer: Well, I guess the most closely guarded facility in the US ...

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Horrors of Humanity: W Mesa Bones and Green Chili

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New Mexico, the “Land of Entrapment” as the locals call it, is a swell place to go to observe Southwest culture. You can experience all of the Natives wearing the same Slipknot shirts while validating that we should have offered their great grandparents even more rotted meat and smallpox blankets. You can also witness their whining about being f*cked over ...

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Unexplained Confidential: Colorado Springs Paranormal Association

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Exclusive Horrornews.net Interview: Bev Sninchak Founder/Team Lead Colorado Springs Paranormal Association (C.S.P.A.) How did you first get interested in the paranormal? As a young girl of about 9 or 10, I used to go to the library and plant myself in what was known back then as the occult section of the library. My initial fascination was due to a ...

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Unexplained Confidential: Long Island Paranormal Investigators

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Exclusive Horrornews.net Interview : Robert Levine – Co Founder, Lead Investigator Long Island Paranormal Investigators 1. How did you get involved in paranormal investigations? I got involved in paranormal investigations through combining a mutual interest with my friend Mike Cardinuto 8.5 years ago. I was taking a college course on the sociology of the paranormal, and was looking for a ...

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The Devil Tree

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They say that, sometimes, seeing a ghost is just a matter of situational gravity. The 1995 earthquakes in Kobe, Japan brought with them a wide, broad rash of ghost sightings. So too did the tsunami in Thailand, 2004, and Hurricane Katrina, 2005. Ghost sightings are a dime a dozen at battlefields the world over, and it’s relatively accepted that any ...

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FANS WEIGH IN: Do you think the new MUNSTERS remake will be any good? Good idea or bad idea?

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NBC has announced that they have charged PUSHING UP DAISES creator Bryan Fuller to pen a pilot for their remake of the original 1960’s classic series THE MUNSTERS. NBC plans to make the show a “darker version” of the original campy sitcom to show “another side” of the family and what it is like to live in their world. The ...

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The FX Shop: Frank Ippolito (Frank FX / Chiodo Bros Studio)

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Good DAY my bloody fiendish friends…Today i bring you another special FX man thats done make-up work on such Hollywood Blockbuster films like Pirates of the Carribean 2 & 3, The Chronicles of Ridd*ck, and many others! Hes Also works with the famous Chiodo Bros. FX team who have done amazing work on such cult favorites such as Killer Klowns From ...

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FANS WEIGH IN: Should Tex Watson Be Paroled From Prison

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Former “Right-hand man” and Manson follower Tex Watson is up for parole today for the 14th time since being convicted of the Tate/LeBianca murders in 1971. Originally sentenced to death, Watson’s sentence was commuted to Life In Prison after the death penalty was temporarily abolished in 1972. Watson’s legal team is asking for his release back to into society and ...

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Sam Peckinpah

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Since 1967 a number of American filmmakers have tried their hand at making movies of great violence that have managed to further refine the complexity of the statement contained in the groundbreaking big-budget Hollywood blockbuster Bonnie And Clyde (1967). One filmmaker who earned his ‘Red Badge’ is Sam Peckinpah who, like Arthur Penn and John Frankenheimer, can be seen as ...

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Twin Peaks (TV series)

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While it’s feasible that there’s the odd person over thirty years of age out there that didn’t see the Twin Peaks series when it was first televised in 1990, it’s unlikely that they are unaware of the cultural run-off from the groundbreaking show. Catchphrases like “She’s dead – wrapped in plastic” and “Who killed Laura Palmer?” adorned T-shirts, fans held ...

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Interview: Richard Lovejoy (Charred Oak, Satan Camp)

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Interview with Richard Lovejoy Actor, Writer, co-founder of Charred Oak Films What made you decide to write Satan Camp? Like all good stories about the origins of things, this starts at a bar. I was enjoying some whiskey with actor Kent Meister and director Scott Chinn, talking about this insane script I had just completed called Mosquito. That script involves bloody ...

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