25 Creepy Details From Your Favorite Horror Films You May Not Know

scary-wallpapers-free-8Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the cameras when the lights turn off, especially in films that scare us and freak us out? Do the actors of such films take their roles as seriously as they appear to onscreen? What about all those little, spicy details that most of us usually never hear about? Do the horror film crews party and have fun while shooting a film with such gruesome effects? Find out with these 25 creepy details from your favorite horror films you may not know….READ MORE

11 FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT HALLOWEEN YOU PROBABLY DON’T KNOW

3d-halloween-desktopHalloween is near and it’s time for the little “ghosts” and “goblins” to take over the streets and ask for candy and scare each other silly. The same creepy and spooky stories that have been told for ages will be retold around fires, scary films will conquer the box office and pop up on TV screens, and pumpkins will be carved into jack-o’-lanterns. But how much do you know about what has become many people’s favorite time of year? Would you care to know all the little details and trivia behind Halloween or are you only concerned with finding the best costume and eating as much candy as you can yet again this year? Either way, here are eleven interesting facts about Halloween that might make the last night of October even more enjoyable for you…..READ MORE

25 Last Survivors Of Exceptionally Significant Historical Events

LSOC_for_blogAccording to the ancient Greeks the study of history is nothing more than the narrative of those who had the good or bad fortune to witness an event and so subjectivity has always been a factor in many cases where the story of the same event differs greatly depending on the source. On this list, however, we will meet people who either had the skill or luck to survive against the odds, or simply lived naturally long lives, and so were able to tell their own version of the story without anyone challenging their facts and truth. From the sole survivor of 300 to the sole survivor of James Cook first voyage these are 25 last survivors of exceptionally significant historical events….READ MORE

25 Scary Books That Will Keep You Up At Night

bram-stokers-dracula (1)Despite living in the most high-tech phase of modern history there will always be idealistic and dedicated fans of one of the most classic forms of entertainment, Of course, we are referring to reading. So if you’re not into fancy films with super-expensive costumes and special effects, video games, TV shows, and any form of high-technology entertainment we selected 25 scary books that will keep you up at night this Halloween….READ MORE

25 Terrifying Kids You Wouldn’t Want To Babysit

Samara_Morgan_by_LiooonThe “killer child” film is a sub-genre of horror flicks that seems to gain more and more fans with time. According to psychologists and film critics, this phenomenon is mainly contributed to how we perceive children (as innocent, good, and pure, hence harmless) and the shock we experience as an audience when we watch a child embrace evil and commit violent, destructive acts. On this list we are collecting 25 terrifying kids you wouldn’t want to babysit. These kids are anything but soft, sweet, or harmless and shocked us with their gruesome crimes and repulsive behavior….READ MORE

11 FAMOUS HISTORICAL FIGURES YOU KNOW BY THEIR NICKNAME

che-guevaraAccording to Wikipedia and most English online dictionaries the word “nickname” is defined as a name added to or substituted for the proper name of a person, place, etc., in terms of affection, ridicule, or familiarity. Even though the definition of the word sounds about right, each one of us probably has a different idea or opinion about nicknames based on our personal experience. One way or another, here are eleven historical figures whom you probably know from their nickname, a few of whose real names you might not even know at all or just flat-out ignore….READ MORE

Who Was The Real Man In The Iron Mask?

Man_in_the_Iron_Masque_cropOn November 19, 1703, a tomb in the Bastille’s Saint Paul Cemetery welcomed the corpse of a man who had spent almost the last four decades of his life in various prisons of France. He is without a doubt the most famous prisoner in French history, even though nobody knows why he had to spend over thirty-five years in prison, reportedly in near perfect isolation and often with his face covered….READ MORE