Sunday, July 5, 2015

Manor House



Manor House is a historical landmark located in Ohio. The estate was built in 1789 during Ohio’s expansion as part of the Northwest Territory.

A colonist named John Manor built the house with a team of hired hands before making it his residence. Legend has it they built Manor House on sacred ground where the indigenous people had buried their dead. But no proof has been found to support this theory. In 1801, a maid found John Manor in the house’s east wing, hanging from a noose in what was declared a suicide.

After Manor’s suicide, his brother Eugene took over the estate in 1802. Notorious for being a depraved and immoral man of the times, Eugene Manor held infamous private parties at the estate. Parties were rumored to involve acts of sadomasochism and other sexual taboos too vulgar to describe here. There were even rumors of witchcraft at the estate. Some claimed Eugene Manor to be a warlock himself. While there was no proof to support this idea, the legend of Manor House grew nevertheless. Some time between 1838 and 1844, Eugene Manor vanished without any proclamation and was never seen…or heard from...again.

The estate remained abandoned for years until the Civil War (1861-1865) when the Union army turned the grounds into a camp. Here, they trained soldiers and nursed the wounded. Due to the many lives lost during this time, a graveyard was built near the estate for proper burials. They also held prisoners of war in the cellar basement of the estate. Some Union soldiers were suspected of treason and held as prisoners as well. It is claimed that these prisoners were tortured for the pleasure of their sadistic tormentor by the name of Wilhelm Barnes. Barnes was said to have been a model soldier until the war broke him mentally. He was accused of torturing and killing many prisoners during this time. After the war, Barnes was found dead in the cellar basement. His jugular had been cut with a broken piece of pottery.

Manor House was abandoned yet again after the war except for the graveyard which was maintained for memorial purposes. Reports of ghosts and lurking spirits were rampant during this time.

In 1903, the site was maintained by a non-profit group made up of the Manor lineage: the Manor House Preservation Society. 

Today, Rock Manor is the President of the Board of Directors for the Manor House Preservation Society. A voice actor by trade, he is responsible for Manor House's transformation into a historic house museum and country estate.

Due to its nefarious past, Manor House has become a haunted attraction. The museum contains macabre objects fron the estate's history. The Spanish Donkey torture device, used on prisoners during the Civil War, is on display. There is a wax museum with figures depicting former inhabitants such as John and Eugene Manor.

The Manor House museum also contains macabre objects from all over the world. Some of these include one of the original “Old Sparky” electric chairs, a hanging post used during the Salem Witch trials, one of Ed Gein’s bowls made out of a human skull, an urn containing what is claimed to be Grigori Rasputin’s ashes, a blade used in a guillotine during the French Revolution, and many others.

Click here to see the Macabre Collection.

In 2003, Manor House added a haunted house attraction during the Halloween season.

Manor House is open Wednesday through Sunday but closed December through March. Admission fees vary. Children and senior citizens are free.

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Penny Dreadful Season 2 Finale



Season finale…


And They Were Enemies

Vanessa must rely on her strength to defeat the Demon.



Get ready for tonight with these previews, and an interview with Eva Green...





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Sunday Scares: "Rock of Ages"



Today’s Sunday Scares feature is a mix of horror and music…


From singer, composer, filmmaker Peaches Chrenko comes "Rock of Age"… a horror, drama, rock musical!


Sung, composed, recorded, animated, directed & created by Peaches aka Zola Chrenko.

Enjoy…


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Robert Nolan Jumps Aboard Deimosimine And New Teaser Trailer Released



Robert Nolan Joins The Cast Of Deimosimine

Veteran actor jumps aboard the weirdness that is Deimosimine 

DEIMOSIMINE the new feature horror film from LeglessCorpse Films is being directed by Chad Armstrong, from a script by Andrew Thompson. Deimosimine is a film that promises to bring the practical FX magic back to the horror film, featuring creatures, murder, blood, and gore.

A heroin addict undergoes a radical new kind of treatment for her condition; but the drug 'Deimosimine' instead creates for her a world of horror and blood. Is she the victim? The monster? Or both?


Robert Nolan will take on the role of Dr. Winter. A doctor who has created the addiction curing drug 'Deimosimine'.

Robert Nolan has over 100 acting credits including Silent Retreat, Sick: Survive The Night, Familiar, and Antisocial.

Nolan will be joining other cast members that include: Rhiana Howell, Tom Hagale, Ashley Coughlin, Darren Cain, Richard Chandler, and Joseph Bodkin. 



Check out the new teaser trailer for Deimosimine here: https://vimeo.com/130934702

Deimosimine is scheduled to shoot late August with a VOD date late 2015/early 2016. 

Deimosimine is currently crowd funding for additional funds for the practical creature effects. Head on over to http://igg.me/at/deimosimine/x/8730882

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Scary Saturday Shopping



Time for a little shopping! We have Funko, DVD/Blu-Rays, and Books! Just click the pics for details...














Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.



The clock is winding down. Let’s play a game, a daring game, until the bells do sound. She plays with time like a lover’s touch, a mesmerizing skill. She’ll steal your heart, your clockwork heart, and then your very will.

Nathan and Olivia are back and this time the clock is not on their side. From the heart of the Keep of Keys a new villain arrives to take over Mainspring and rain down a chaos of past, present, and future nightmares.


A date. The date. One, two, seven, eleven. The second hand relegated to the shadows and the father of the child hidden from sight. This would be my gift to you, oh master of puppets, my grand design.

…Tick Tock Girl



Jack Wallen is a seeker of truth and a writer of words. Although he resides in the unlikely city of Louisville, Kentucky, he likes to think of himself more as an interplanetary soul … or so he tells the reflection in the mirror.

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