NEWS: SEPTEMBER 25, 2020

NEWS: SEPTEMBER 25, 2020

Another late news update, this is what I had happening between August 26 to September 25—and let me tell you, I definitely didn't have a break! So, if you've been wondering what the Unhinged Alaskan has been up to, then wonder no more, you can find everything that I've been writing about here in this [...]

News: May 12, 2020

News: May 12, 2020

So this month I'm working on getting the first edition of the Puzzle Box Horror pulp magazine ready, so there hasn't been a lot of added content from me, but this month we're celebrating our Dead Author of the month as Dennis Etchison--an excellent horror writer in his own right.

News: May 05, 2020

News: May 05, 2020

This week was pretty slow as we start our transition to some big things coming up here in the future, but this is a special week! We're revisiting the Anna story because my organizational skills are outstanding and there was more that needed to be said before the original first chapter. Otherwise, I brought back the following two chapters and some old writing about some unusual cryptids in Alaska!

News: April 14, 2020

News: April 14, 2020

This week I'm bringing you the second installment of the Bram Stoker Dead Author Dedication, a critical look into the movie 1408 (2007) which was based on a Stephen King short story by the same name. I created an original fictional narrative based on the story of Bandage Man a ghost story out of Cannon Beach, Oregon. Finally this week I did some investigative research into the origins of the Necronomicon, but it proved to be a rabbit hole that one article couldn't cover fully--so we'll talk about that more later!

News: March 31, 2020

News: March 31, 2020

In the spirit of all of the panic that has been going around about COVID-19, I wrote a short horror story as if it were the daily diary of someone who was just starting to realize the gravity of what we're going through on a global level. It's pure fiction with only one Fairbanks name drop, my favorite watering hole; hopefully, they're not terribly upset by it. I carried on that theme with an article about the origins of Pandora's Box and a retelling of the Greek myth that made Pandora famous. The rest of the week I finish up with something we're all kind of feeling right now, existential dread as well as grave robbing. Interested in seeing more horror related content? Check out Puzzle Box Horror for more great articles!