Second blog!

For those of you wanting to keep up with what I’m doing, check out my second blog. It’s currently for a class I’m taking at Rowan University, but I intend on revamping it after class and making personal posts and thoughts. Let me know what you think!

Michael Thomas-Knight: It’s All About Horror

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Photo of Michael Thomas-Knight. Taken by Thomas-Knight.

“…He dreamed violent nightmares of blood and guts, where he had slain numerous screaming goats with a razor sharp buck knife. The blood splashed and squirted with abandoned and with his last slice of the blade the goats ceased to protest. When he looked down at his handy work they were no longer goats. He stood upon a pile of human bodies, the very top one being the pale body of Johnny Needles…”

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Edgar Allan Poe haunts Philadelphia with his most successful short stories

Edgar Allan Poe, the pioneer of the mystery genre; the world’s most beloved poet and author of horror and Gothic tales; a genius in the literary world; and a legend within human history. Poe broke the barriers of murder stories at the time. To this day his poems and short fictions are exceedingly prosperous.

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6 True Stories to Read When You’re Craving Horror

 

If you’re into horror, you always have an itch to learn about stories you’ve never heard of and can decipher whether you consider them true or false. Here is a small list of great books that are thought to be true. A few of these are even written by first accounts. Continue reading “6 True Stories to Read When You’re Craving Horror”