• A Visit to the Trans-Allegheny Asylum; or, On Hauntings and History

    "Explaining the night, carving down the sum total of the experience into words is damaging—the easier it is to talk about, the less extraordinary it becomes."

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    Halloween at 45: How Horror’s Scariest Franchise Makes Sense of the Senseless

    In 1978, a young man escaped from the psychiatric institution where he had been held for fifteen years, ever since he murdered...

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