In this wide world we have countless customs, holidays and traditions. But the tradition of honoring, and at times, fearing the dead around the dark autumn time, seems to be something we do in all corners of the earth.
Baroque mansion in the Taiwanese countryside. This mansion is as out of place as the ghost still remaining inside.
After a husband caught his cheating wife, the punishment for her lasted into the afterlife.
Marble mausoleums, famous people and haunted graves with excellent architecture. The city of Buenos Aires got more to offer than tango and good food.
From medieval times, history and bloody memories lingers in one of the only and longest standing cathedrals in Norway.
The tsunami disaster in 2011 left large parts of Japan in ruins. And some of the people never being found, are still trying to reach home it seems.
In a desolated place in Australia, the ghost of the farmer is appearing to the local community, trying to ask for help.
Today we remember the most unlucky day as Friday the 13th. But the 28th of December is also historical remembered as an unlucky day.
Christmas Re-union is a short story found in the collection NOT EXACTLY GHOSTS by Andrew Caldecott, upholding the old tradition of christmas ghost stories. Published in 1947
A collection of Christmas movies for the horror enthusiast.
Between the Lights is a short horror story published in 1912. Between the Lights is a part of a short story collection “The Room in the Tower and Other Stories” also published in 1912.
The noble family of Hohenzollern of Germany has been haunted for centuries. The White Lady follows them, wherever they go. Who is she? And what does she want with the life of the nobles?
Supposedly cursed manuscripts and books.
A ghostly card game? During Christmas times? Yes! Charlotte Riddel was a well known writer of her Victorian times, at least, her stories was as she published them under a mans name. Published in 1863.
The big list of Christmas specials in horror and supernatural shows.
The Kit-Bag by Author: Algernon Blackwood (1869-1951) This is from “Pall Mall Magazine”, December 1908.