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Kendall Kingsley and the Secret of the Scarecrow By Paul Counelis
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Kendall Kingsley and her best friend Bailey are getting ready to throw the biggest Halloween party their school has ever seen! But Kendall finds out something about the old scarecrow that stands in... More > the corn field behind her house...something that she thinks no one else will believe. Why is the scarecrow following her, and why can't anyone else see it?< Less
Before Bedtime: Three Spooky Tales For Unrest By Paul Counelis
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BEFORE BEDTIME is a collection of three spooky tales by author and Rue Morgue columnist Paul Counelis (Monster Kid Corner). "Illuminate" - A family has an eye-opening experience with an... More > unidentified visitor. "Moonwick Circle" - Four young witches cast a woe begotten spell on Halloween night. "Bully For You" - A man who has been bullied his entire life decides not to take it anymore...regardless of the bully. Turn the lights down low and lose yourself in these memorable stories of the paranormal. Pleasant nightmares!< Less
Virtues of the Horror Film By Paul Counelis
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What happens when horror gets it right? Paul Counelis, author of "25 Underrated Horror Films", "Marshall's Gully" and the children series "Kendall Kingsley" and Rue... More > Morgue columnist (Monster Kid Corner) examines the horror genre and takes a look at the good things that horror movies have to offer. As both a fan of horror storytelling and a Christian, he wonders if there are redeeming qualities and virtues in a much maligned genre, with often surprising discoveries and insightful personal revelation. With looks at movies "A Nightmare On Elm Street", "Pan's Labyrinth", "The Exorcist", and more!< Less
11:59 and Counting: Horror Hosting in the 21st Century By Paul Counelis
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In 11:59 AND COUNTING, Paul Counelis (Rue Morgue) talks to a host of horror hosts, delving into what makes them tick, insights into what its like to do what they do and how they stay relevant in... More > today’s media overloaded world. A fun and engrossing look at a rich, intriguing and spooky tradition and a must read for fans of horror movies and the men and women who introduce them.< Less