The Bermuda Triangle. The Devil’s Triangle. Call it what you will but this area off the coast of the southwestern United States has stirred peoples’ imaginations for hundreds of years. You won’t find it on any official maps, which hasn’t actually stopped would-be cartographers from adding it in anyway. As far as the U. S. Board of Geographic Names is concerned, it doesn’t even exist. However, as fans of the unexplained will insist, the Bermuda Triangle is very real.
Monsters are real, and human beings can be the scariest of them all. It's an unfortunate fact that real life is sometimes more twisted than even the worst horror writer can imagine. Nowhere is this seen more clearly than when discussing serial killers. While many people can understand, if not condone, a crime of passion or vengeance, it is different for those who kill, time and time again, for reasons that the common person, could not hope to understand?
"Creepy but informative"
Damien Rollins had a pretty normal upbringing, except for one notable exception; an almost obsessive love for horror movies. He remembers spending many a night glued to the television with a bowl of popcorn on his lap. He claims that it was all in good fun, and that he never believed a word of any of them, but he has yet to explain why he slept with a night light until age sixteen.
"Not a story"