A cool behind-the-scenes image from 1988’s Child’s Play.
I have been a fan of Garbage Pail Kids since they first came out. My lunchbox was covered with Garbage Pail Kids stickers and, today, I still love finding and collecting Garbage Pail Kids memorabilia.
Mark Pingitore, who created artwork for over 100 Garbage Pail Kids card fronts as well as concept work, sketch cards, and paintings for various other trading card series, has released a new series of Garbage Pail Kids characters inspired by horror movies called Horrorible Kids. They are so much fun!
You can get cards, posters and pins from this and other series he has created at Magic Marker Art.
The clips from the Ghosts of Carmel Maine are intense! And the #1 video is freaky. I would have booted it out of there so fast!
A very spooky collection!
I like the treatment of cemeteries as welcoming parks instead of unused land set apart from society.
A very concise and well explained description of the witch hunts that spread throughout Europe and the American colonies from the 15th century until the 18th century.
There are some pretty spooky sightings caught in this video. I can’t say that I am convinced that each one is real or that it is ethical to disturb people’s resting place at night, but it still made the hair on the back of my neck stand up!