Tag Archives: Halloween

HAPPY HALLOWEEN: 31 Things That Scare Me

It’s the scariest month of the year and quickly coming to a close. I thought I’d keep up with the yearly tradition and post what actually scares a criminologist and crime fiction author. Some things stay the same, but I’m … Continue reading

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OCTOBER SCARE: 31 Things that Scare Me

It’s the scariest month of the year and I thought I’d keep up with the yearly tradition and post what actually scares a criminologist and crime fiction author. Most scary things stay the same, but sometimes I add new ones … Continue reading

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Disturbing Movies that Use Psychology to Create Fear

As the weather begins to turn cooler and the official start of autumn has begun, maybe you are thinking about curling up on the couch with a scary movie as darkness falls. For me, the most frightening movies are not … Continue reading

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Who or What is Hiding in the Dark in FIRST WATCH? #Horror #Free

It’s the week of Halloween and I love scary things that go bump in the night.  In honor of this spooky week, my short story FIRST WATCH is FREE!  If you’re looking for a quick, fun, scary read, I think … Continue reading

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I Took a Walk in a Graveyard at One of California’s Most Haunted Locations

Curiosity persuaded me.  Inquisitiveness overpowered me.  These feelings called out, or rather screamed out, to my writer’s imagination.  I just had to stop and take some photographs of this particular spot at San Miguel Mission, which gave me the opportunity … Continue reading

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Curious About the 31 Things Frightening to a Criminologist?

It’s that time again. It’s the scariest month of the year with Halloween fast approaching.  The chills are chasing me.  I thought I’d keep up with my yearly tradition and post what actually scares a criminologist and crime fiction author.  … Continue reading

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A Spooky Tale Indeed…

The blustery wind hammered the sides of the house and across the windows, but the rain refused to fall before darkness descended.  High-pitched tunes of the winter season squeezed through the age cracks in between the old weather-stripping and electrical … Continue reading

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