Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 2018 at purportedly Haunted Griffith Park

In the parlance of the Halloween trade, it would be better to say Melissa Carbone didn’t have a dream as much as a nightmare: scare the heck out of people in an old-fashion Fall Harvest/Halloween kind of way. The former LA-based Clear Channel Media executive, who was their youngest general sales manager ever, always loved […]

Guest Post: Haunting Legends of Fairmont’s Banff Springs Hotel In Canada

Back in October of 2017, we sent out a post called “A Spooky Call To Action: Share Your Experiences With Us.” One person answered our call. That’s ok, we remained hopeful. The person was our our good friend of the blog, Joseph D. Kubal.  He’s the co-creator of the sensational Curious Traveler Route 66 blog. Today, we […]

Gail O’Grady and Reginald VelJohnson Share Their Celebrity Ghost Stories

As we gear up into the October Halloween season, we’ve got some Spooky ghost stories for you. As we’ve shared before, some of Spooky Things Online’s most popular posts have been regarding the TV show “Celebrity Ghost Stories.” We liked the show lot, which ran from 2009 to 2014, not because of the celebrity aspect […]

Spooky: Who Was Morgan Robertson And Did He Predict the Titanic tragedy, Pearl Harbor and the A-bomb long before they happened?

For Morgan Robertson, the future was now. “Now” for him was his lifespan, 1861-1915. I’m no expert on seers, but writer Morgan Robertson’s seeming predictions of the Titanic’s tragic sinking, 14 years beforehand, and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 27 years in advance, seem straightforward.  His writings were pretty specific with respect to the Titanic tragedy, […]

Haunted Hotels: NBA Playoffs Scarier For Some Teams

Facing off in the NBA playoffs against teams with great players like Lebron James, Kevin Durant, James Harden, Steph Curry, etc. is scary in and of itself for their opponents. But for teams traveling to Milwaukee to play the Bucks, like the Boston Celtics are doing, or the Utah Jazz going to Oklahoma City to […]

Guest Post: Chicago’s Peabody Tomb Legend

Back in October, we sent out a post called “A Spooky Call To Action: Share Your Experiences With Us.”  Recently, our good friend of the blog, Joseph D. Kubal, answered that call. He’s the co-creator of the sensational Curious Traveler Route 66 blog. Joe said the reason he wrote the story was because it is a […]

Erik Estrada’s CGHS: Celebrity Ghost Story

Some of Spooky Things Online’s most popular posts have been regarding the TV show “Celebrity Ghost Stories.” We liked the show lot, which ran from 2009 to 2014, not  because of the celebrity aspect alone,  but because the show featured four quick-hitting and to-the-point ghost stories in one hour. And they were done in a […]

Halloween Spooky Primer: Whether You Are Going Out or Staying Home

Ok, let’s get to it, as today is Halloween. Spooky History: We have you covered with our Old World origins of The Spooky Holiday Trifecta, Oct. 31 – Nov. 2  Want To Get Out On Halloween? Haunted Houses.com  helps you find both Halloween Haunted Houses in your area, and real Haunted Houses plus Ghost Tours. (It can take […]

Haunted Places Throughout The Entire United States: A Spooky Primer

Halloween is said to be the time when the veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest.  So, what better time to explore Haunted places around the United States? Here at Spooky Things Online, we’d like to present you, for your Halloween frightening  pleasure, a veritable smorgasbord of haunted places throughout the […]