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We spoke to Adam Hii, Victoria Visser, and Josh Sanders about their modern-day exorcism experiences.
There's no Indiana Jones of abandoned hospitals. It's all down to some brave, foolhardy, almost certainly cursed hobbyists and their trusty cameras.
We sat down with a successful 'haunted artifact' seller, here's what we learned.
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.
Don Coscarelli has been making deeply weird movies for a long, long time. So yeah, the guy has some stories to tell.
What's it like to do cop stuff without the benefit of a gun, arrest powers, or backup? Spoiler: It's horrifying.
We sat down with Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist who has helped to craft hundreds of attack ads.
Escape rooms are all the rage these days. It's like living out a Saw movie, only you don't have to mutilate yourself (probably).
In 1932, Hollywood introduced the movie-going public to the concept of drowning movie extras in quicksand, and to everybody's surprise, we started masturbating. Here's a closer look at this phenomenon.
Being an ER worker is like running the special effects department for a horror flick.
We talked to a woman who used to work at one of those quickie wedding chapels open all hours of the night and we weren't disappointed.
'I have a mango tree ... This tree is currently saving my life, but might also get me killed soon.'
Shockingly, there are people who perform motion capture roles besides Andy Serkis.
We talked to Sean Conroy, a physician assistant working in 'middle-of-nowhere Kansas,' about the reality of rural medicine.
Native American reservations are essentially little third-world islands scattered all across the U.S. and Canada.