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Let’s Play HauntHouse!

HauntHouse is a simple “Choose Your Own Adventure” game, with a few twists: Instead of choosing your own, it’ll be our own, meaning that as a group, we’ll vote on the next decision to make together via Twitter polls. Depending on many circumstances, each poll/decision will vary in the time allotted, with some up and

New Community for Residents of Derry, Maine

Hi Ghouls, Just a quick update to let you know that I’ve started a new subreddit for Derry, Maine. If you either live in Derry or have visited, and have anything interesting to share, please do. It’s a really beautiful and strange town, and I’m thinking of moving there. 🧡 — Thanks, Black

Ask for Donations, or Die Trying? $♥️

I have always had super-duper mixed feelings about donations, and have discussed that in the past here on HL. I don’t have an issue with donations, in and of themselves; I’ve happily made donations; I’ve happily accepted donations. It’s the asking or being asked part that gives me a bit of an icky feeling. Until

Interview with Steve Barton: Creator of Dread Central

In my continued desire and curiosity to understand the changes the horror community is going through right now, including our own site here, I wanted to talk to someone else who had created a horror website, to see how their experiences related to my own. With the recent news of Dread Central joining Patreon, something

The Depressing State of the Horror Community

The horror community, we’re a ferociously passionate bunch. And contrary to what most outsiders might think of us weirdos who are obsessed with horror movies, we’re not violent, evil people. We’re often very sweet and kind people. I think a lot of that has to do with the fact that we push ourselves to be