The Infected aren’t really zombies: They’re not the risen dead. These are people infected with a mutated virus that activates the rage centers in the brain. It also causes other biological systems to go crazy. Get more after the jump.
Gargoyles are created when someone agrees to become a monster to protect a person, place or thing. They may seem like unthinking beasts, but they still have the soul of a person inside. Get more after the jump.
Chimeras are monsters made by splicing together DNA from other people and animals. Mad scientists try to create new hybrid organisms with the best parts of each animal. In many cases, these are rogue experiments that go wrong and lead to deaths. Get more after the jump.
The Boogeyman is a fear entity that feeds off scared kids. It comes from beyond the Veil and uses closets and other dark places to manifest. It may look like a man wearing a top hat or worse. Get more after the jump.
Nothing says Halloween like a bunch of Jack O’Lanterns. Check out some pics after the jump!
Irish folklore says Stingy Jack tricked the Devil and became an evil spirit. The Irish made protective decorations to keep Stingy Jack away. When they migrated to North America, the Irish needed to adapt their lanterns. Get more after the jump.
Slashers are homicidal maniacs that can’t stop killing co-eds in summer camps or the old house down the street. Find out how people become slashers and how to stop them after the jump.
Demons are entities from beyond the Veil. Their worlds are nothing like ours, and don’t expect them to understand human feelings. Once the Veil closes, many demons get left in our world. Find out how to fight these buggers after the jump.
Zombies are re-animated corpses that need to eat human flesh. They never stop eating and they never stop hunting for fresh meat. Get the scoop after the jump.
Simulacrums are monsters made from other people’s or creatures’ body parts. A scientist or spellcaster will assemble them, then use science or magick to bring them to life. Frankenstein’s monster would be a perfect example. Get more after the jump.