If you have a passion for supernatural creatures, you come to the right place.
We have a group where you can share your interests with other members across the world,learn about monsters in myth, legends and arts and write about your personal scary experiences.
JOIN, IF YOU DARE.
MONSTER OF THE WEEK : ZOMBIES
A zombie is a creature that appears in books and popular culture typically as a reanimated dead or a mindless human being. They are among the lower forms of the undead, and often appear in large numbers. No one is certain about the origins of these pathetic and horrible things.
Stories of zombies originated in the Afro-Caribbean spiritual belief system of Vodoo, which told of the people being controlled as laborers by a powerful wizard.
Zombies became a popular device in modern horror fiction, largely because of the success of George A. Romero's 1968 film Night of the Living Dead. Today, the modern zombie serves as a generic term that encompass a large variety of different undead-or-not creatures.
SCARY PLACE OF THE WEEK: Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky
Waverly Hills opened as a standard hospital in 1910 to hold 40 to 50 tuberculosis patients. Tuberculosis was reaching epidemic proportions among the public in Kentucky and the small hospital soon had over 140 residences and the numbers continued to grow thus the sanatorium was built. Both facilities remained open until 1961 when it was closed.The number of people that passed away including two nurse suicides were well in the thousands and it has since become one of the scariest places in the United States with the large number of ghostly sightings, light orbs, strange humanly shadows and creepy sounds.
SCARY STORY OF THE WEEK: The Exorcism of Clara Germana Cele
Young people are some of the most vulnerable candidates for demon possession, and most of the infamous cases deal with teenagers and young adults. In this article, you will encounter the details of Clara Germana Cele from South Africa, who was in need of anexorcism.
A Christian woman named Clara Germana Cele was deemed possessed by a demon at the age of 16 years old. Cele was attending school at St. Michael's Mission in Natal, South Africa during 1906. She was an orphan when she was baptized as an infant. When she was 16, it is said that the girl made a pact with Satan, which was the cause of her demonic possession. This information is said to have been later revealed to her confessor, Father Horner Erasmus.
A nun wrote an account that stated Cele was able to speak languages of which she had no previous knowledge. Others witnessed this skill. It was recorded that she understood German, Polish, French, and otherlanguages . The nun documented that Cele had clairvoyance powers that she demonstrated by telling intimate secrets about people she had never met before. She could also reveal the sins of complete strangers.
A disturbing habit of Cele was that she could not stand to be in the presence of blessed objects. When she was, the girl displayed great power and intensity. It is said that she could hurl nuns across convent rooms and often beat them up. When the girl cried, one nun likened it to a "savage bestiality." The nun said that she hadn