Mothman erotica

Fap for the Mothman

Things get steamy (and weird) for three cryptozoologists tracking down Mothman in this new cryptozoological erotica story.

Mothman isn’t exactly a sex icon. Not like dinosaurs, Sasquatch, extraterrestrials, and the other lascivious creatures copulating with humans in the volumes of monster erotica available on Amazon.

But that is set to change with the new short e-book Fap for the Mothman. This is an important milestone because, as author Dr. Lenore Ronalds says, it may be “the first erotica involving the Mothman.”

Frank and Alec, interns with the American Cryptozoological Institute, are in Chicago following reports of Mothman sightings near Lake Michigan with little success. But thankfully they’re getting backup: World renowned cryptozoologist Professor Mary Ann Worth, known for her skills in tracking down and hooking up with with cryptids like Bigfoot and the Beast of Bray Road.

All in the name of science, of course.

Upon her arrival in Chicago, Ms. Worth follows a lead that brings her to the Skydeck of the Sears tower, where she has her first (sticky) encounter with the large, winged creature and it’s feathery member.

But don’t worry, she’s not the only one getting in on the action, as it turns out Mothman is gender fluid and capable of producing whatever genitalia it needs to get the job done. It seems John Keel left that part out of his book about the Point Pleasant Mothman encounters, but thankfully Fap for the Mothman even provides a historical glimpse into Mothman’s unusual mating activities.

In the end, Mary Ann, Frank, and Alec manage to find some very compelling evidence of Mothman.

Including samples. LOADS of samples.

Cryptorotica: Fap for the Mothman
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Fap for the Mothman is the third installment in Lenore Ronalds’ Cryptorotica Adventures series. Read more about Professor Mary Ann Worth’s paranormal exploits in Bigfoot Hunt Seduction, Sexwolf Howl, and Swamp Monster Lover.


Follow the author on Twitter: @DrLenoreRonalds

The Rizzle haunted dance

The Haunted Dance

When Elena discovers a video online of a 1920s vaudeville dancer doing a curious dance called “The Rizzle,” she soon regrets accepting the challenge to learn it. The Rizzle is a short horror film created by director Josh Tanner for the Huluween Film Fest.

“I have been infatuated by the 1920s for quite some time and a little haunted by the music, fashion and video and sound recording aesthetics,” Tanner says, “that I couldn’t help but be inspired when I had an opportunity to make a new short.”

About the Huluween Film Fest:

Hulu’s hosting our first ever Film Fest competition with 8 up-and-coming filmmakers making spooky shorts that you can watch right here! The short with the most views as well as a vote from a surprise celebrity judge will win 10k and will be featured on all Hulu social media on October 31st. Watch if you dare!

Tanner also created another favorite of mine: The Landing.

Christine McConnell's Halloween Monster House

Christine McConnell’s Halloween Monster House

Macabre baker and artist Christine McConnell turned her parents’ home into a real life monster house for Halloween.
Christine McConnell's Halloween monster house

Three years ago Christine McConnell, purveyor of morbid cakes and crafts, as well as the star of the new Netflix series The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell, decorated her parent’s Los Angeles-area home for Halloween. It got so much attention that she was approached by some 300 production companies to create her own reality show.

But McConnell wanted to do it her own way, and signup up to work with the Jim Henson Company to create a show that combines dark Addams Family-style humor, macabre puppets, and baking. Exactly what you’d expect from her.

So this year she returned to spook up her parents’ home again, overhauling the entire front of the house with a giant monster face, menacing eyes, and giant fangs.

McConnell says it took her over a month to create, and is her most ambitious project to date.

The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell

Watch how it was made:

See Christine McConnell’s monster house creation for yourself at 27773 Pacific St in Highland, California or find more photos on her Instagram.

The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell

Salem cemetery during Halloween

More Weight: The Fate of Accused Salem Wizzard Giles Corey

During the Salem Witch Trials, Giles Corey was crushed to death with rocks for refusing to enter a plea for the accusations of witchcraft made against him.
Old Burying Point Cemetery in Salem
Old Burying Point Cemetery in Salem

The Salem Witch Trials Memorial honors the memories of 20 individuals who were executed for witchcraft in 1692. The memorial is shaded by black locust trees, the type of trees believed to have been used to hang the victims hanged from. But one man in particular suffered a far more gruesome fate.

Giles Corey was an 81-year-old man who was accused of witchcraft after defending his wife Martha against similar accusations. According to a girl named Mercy Lewis, the apparition of Corey had been tormenting her. “I veryly believe in my heart that Giles Cory is a dreadfull wizzard,” she stated in her deposition, “for sence he had ben in prison he or his apperance has com and most greviously tormented me.”

In court, Corey refused to plead guilty or innocent to the charges. “Standing mute,” as it was called, was punishable by pressing. Charged with extracting a plea, Sheriff George Corwin lead Corey to a pit beside the jail, where he was stripped naked and made to lie down. A board was placed on top of him, and six men slowly piled large stones onto the board over the next three days. Each time he was asked to plead, Corey simply replied, “More weight.”

A witness by the name of Robert Calef later said, “In the pressing, Giles Corey’s tongue was pressed out of his mouth; the Sheriff, with his cane, forced it in again.”

Just before the weight of the rocks finally crushed the last breath of life out of him, Corey was said to have cried out to Corwin, “Damn you. I curse you and Salem!”

Martha was hanged three days later during the final round of executions on September 22, 1962.

The memorial of Giles Corey at the Salem Witch Trials Memorial
The memorial of Giles Corey in Salem

See more photos from last year’s Friday the 13th exploration of Salem on Instagram right here.

Pet Sematary trailer

Sometimes Dead is Better: Watch the Pet Sematary Trailer

The ground goes bad in the first trailer for the upcoming Pet Sematary remake.

Last week we got our first look at an evil Church straight from the grave, and now the first trailer for the upcoming Pet Sematary film is here.

Pet Sematary is, of course, based what is arguably Stephen King’s darkest novel about a forbidden burial ground that resurrects anything that gets buried there. But nothing comes back the same. As Jud Crandall says in the trailer, “sometimes dead is better.”

While John Lithgow is no Fred Gwynne, it looks like he’ll make a great Crandall.

I’m hoping for maybe a little less of the twisted spine of the sister Zelda from the original. I probably saw it when it came out on VHS when I was nine or ten, and Zelda’s wretched crooning as she called her sister’s name has haunted me ever since.

The arrival of this trailer is great timing, actually, because I’ve had the Ramones’ Pet Sematary, written for the original film, on near-constant repeat since the beginning of September when Halloween began here at Cult of Weird HQ.

“I don’t want to be buried in a pet sematary. I don’t want to live my life again.”

Yes, sometimes dead is better.

Pet Sematary