Haunted Hell’s Kitchen

  New Years’ Eve is almost upon us, so what better time to tell a few ghostly yarns involving bars? There are many reportedly haunted bars and taverns in New York City, and many of their stories are well-known by now: The White Horse Tavern, The Bridge Cafe, McSorley’s, and the Ear Inn all have […]

The Most Haunted House in Greenwich Village

14 West 10th Street, located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, on one of the Village’s most picturesque blocks. It is perhaps no wonder, then, that it is incredibly haunted. After all, it seems almost too good to be true… Mark Twain lived at this address from 1900 – 1901 and if you visit it you […]

A Christmas Carol

Today in 1843, A CHRISTMAS CAROL was first published in London by Chapman and Hall. The novella was greeted with fairly instant acclaim, and has never been out of print. Naturally, it’s one of my favorite Christmas ghost stories, and has even been credited with reviving the English interest in the tradition of telling ghost […]

Ghost Stories Live

‘Tis the season to be WARY…! Especially on Thursday Dec. 20th when we present our special holiday spooktacular! Featuring TRADITIONAL ghost story fare from the master of the genre: M. R. James. On this fabulous, festive, and fearsome one-night-only event, we’ll be screening (along with some ghostly cartoons) a digest-version of the black & white […]