Books, Occult, Paganism

American Folk Horror: Summer Solstice

"An isolated rural town where nothing ever changed until...Katie Ellenwood returned home to visit her suddenly invalided mother. Then the whole town seemed to vibrate with strange secrets. Antiquated farm machinery was restored. The cross on the church was replaced by a figure of a woman bearing sheaves of wheat, and the fiery parish priest… Continue reading American Folk Horror: Summer Solstice

Art, Books, Film

Rod Serling’s Night Gallery: The Art of Darkness

One of the best occult-infused programs that aired on television during the 1970s was Rod Serling's Night Gallery. The series ran for three seasons on NBC between 1970-1973 following a feature-length telefilm that debuted in 1969. Despite its brevity, Night Gallery helped secure Serling's place in television history and can still induce nightmares in viewers… Continue reading Rod Serling’s Night Gallery: The Art of Darkness