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This last week is being posted a bit late because I took one of my summer trips across Alaska, and my boyfriend and I ended up taking a road adventure all the way to Homer, Alaska. So I'm backdating this entry for the day after I left on my trip--my apologies! We're exploring the last of the Oregon Urban Legends and Ghost Lore this week with the reports of a ghost soldier, tortured and killed mental patients, the ghosts of the Flavel family, and a haunted lighthouse! Enjoy!
We're still exploring urban legends of Oregon, but this week we're starting to explore Alaska as well! Take a look at some of these interesting tales that have documented first-hand reports. Later on, I tackled some of the literature that Richard Matheson produced--you'll be pleasantly surprised to find that this month's dead author wrote quite a bit that you'll be familiar with!
Kicking off April with a new Dead Author Dedication, this month's subject is Bram Stoker, author of the renowned Dracula and many other novels. Next up I wrote another piece highlighting a short horror film by ALTER, where I gave details of the kind of grief that people go through when they lose a child, [...]
Nearing the end of February, I did a lot of work on some popular dark fictional characters, such a the Werewolf, the Succubus, as well as La Llorona, who has gained more popularity recently. February 21, 2020 https://puzzleboxhorror.com/following-werewolves-through-literature-and-film/ Myths and Legends of Werewolves have been popular throughout their history, not only as a source of [...]