“Based on actual events.” A line that sends chill up the spine of horror movie lovers everywhere. But how closely do the films follow the truth? How much is there to be feared? And how much is Hollywood exaggerating? Let’s start with the classics, shall we? We can then rate the believability on the exaggeration…
Lumber Baron Inn
Once the home of lumber baron John Mouat in the late 1800’s, this former mansion now serves as an elegant bed and breakfast and event location in the historic Potter-Highlands neighborhood. Not only does it cater to the new traveling public; it is also said to host some lingering spirits who refuse to move on.
The mansion was built in 1890 by John Mouat, a Scottish immigrant who had amassed a fortune in lumber. Between 1889 and 1892, the Mouat Lumber company built over 200 buildings in Denver, helping to transfer the town from a mining camp to the glittering city that it would become. Built along Cherry Creek, overlooking the rowdy mining camp below, Mourat built the “best” building for himself, his wife and five children.
Showcasing his finest “wares” in the 8,500 square foot mansion, each room featured a different type of wood varying from…
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Austin Cook has signed on to star in the film “And Then It Goes Dark” slated to shoot July 2017 and release October 2018. Cook still has a number of projects he’s work on in the paranormal space, one with executive producer Jack Osbourne, but he’s excited to work on this new film produced by Virmedius because it hits close to home. Literally, because it’s being filmed in a small town 30 minutes from where Cook grew up in Franklin, TN.
Real Paranormal: Researcher Receives Photographic Evidence of “The Mothman of Chicago”?
Last week, we reported on a recent spate of Mothman sightings in and around the Chicago area; beginning in 2011, the metropolis has been inundated with reports of a massive, flying cryptid with a striking resemblance to the infamous Mothman of Point Pleasant. What makes these sightings especially alarming is that many believe The Mothman is a…
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AN AMBIGUOUS AND DISAPPOINTING WORLD OF GODS AND MONSTERS Blending horror and adventure, The Mummy franchise has existed a long time within the great tapestry of movies and films, dating all the way back 1932 with Karl Freund’s The Mummy and starring Boris Karloff as the titular “mummy” character. While there’s being several adaptations, […]
A Ghost Story (Directed by David Lowery)
Release Date: July 7, 2017 (US Theatrical)
Official Synopsis: Follows a recently deceased young man (Casey Affleck) who returns to his former home as a benevolent spectral presence repeatedly trying to connect with his beloved wife (Rooney Mara), and over time, others who pass through the house. As time unfolds, he arrives at an increasingly deep understanding of love, loss, his place in the world, and the world beyond.