When science starts catching up to science fiction, it might be time to pull the plug.
These stories seem legit at first glance, but when the moon is at its highest and people start checking for sources, they're anything but.
Steel yourself, spookable readers, because this year's collection of true-life tales of spookiness may be our most spookifying yet!
Pretty much all office buildings are haunted. It's scientific fact.
Horror stories are great and all, but around Halloween, we like to focus on the real stuff. You know, the monsters that could in fact be outside your house right now.
Here are a few things record labels don't want you to know that they still do in an effort to separate you -- and the artists -- from your hard-earned cash.
Lots of you are too old and jaded to be kept awake at night by ghost stories and implausible urban legends. No, this time of year, you need something a little more real.
Big-city crimes pale in comparison to the shady, monstrous deeds carried out in hamlets and villages across the country.
Look, we get it. You can either get your Hillary Quinn costume done by Halloween or keep up with the news.
Technology is meant to assist or augment our tasks, not assist or augment our nightmares.
You thought it would disappear before the Iowa primary.
Let me say right off the bat that I don't have anything against the actual improv groups. But their group photos make them so, so punchable.
These horrific villains might be trying just a little too hard.
Live television is always a risky endeavor. And for good reason.
For some reason, there's one damn place that has these things figured out, and they're the best at it, period.
These people who managed to leave nothing behind, except a mystery as to their true identity and a whole bunch of baffled reporters, authorities, and dick joke websites.
This cult had a rare transition: From crazy to sane. It usually runs the other way, and doesn't stop until the men in white coats take it down with a net.
If you like hamburgers, maybe don't watch this video.