Tag Archives: Arthur Conan Doyle

Remembering Harry Houdini On The Anniversary Of His Death On Halloween 1926

Having a love of horror, I have always asked, “Could any of this ever be real?” Every so often, the worlds of fiction and nonfiction cross and make things blurry. Take, for instance, the esteemed Harry Houdini. October 31, 2021, marks 95 years since Houdini escaped from his physical form …

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‘The Ghost Club: Newly Found Tales of Victorian Terror’ by William Meikle – Book Review

*STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GODS* When I received The Ghost Club: Newly Found Tales of Victorian Terror by William Meikle to review for PopHorror, I didn’t know what to expect… I’m ashamed to admit, I didn’t know anything about the author and his monstrous contribution to horror and weird fiction. This is …

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Dracula Battles Hitler This October

Screenwriter Patrick Sheane Duncan (who penned Mr. Holland’s Opus, Courage Under Fire, and Nick of Time) is releasing his first novel this October; it’s an unlikely reimagining of Bram Stoker’s Dracula which finds the Dark Prince resurrected in order to battle Nazi troops on the fields of Transylvania. When Hitler …

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