Strange graves, messages from beyond the veil, bizarre legends and enduring mysteries. Find your next morbid must-read on the Cult of Weird fall reading list.
About Charlie Hintz
Cult of Weird founder and curator of the bizarre, Charlie is an amateur historian, cemetery explorer, Ed Gein researcher and dark tourism junkie. His interest in historical oddities, mysteries and the unexplained began as a child with a stack of occult and paranormal books, and a pile of vintage National Geographic magazines. As a Wisconsin native, he grew up surrounded by stories of cannibal killers, UFO sightings, strange creatures, restless spirits and other unique curiosities that are a way of life in Wisconsin. By day, Charlie is almost convincingly normal as a web/graphic designer and digital strategist.
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Artist Mark de Bakker envisions an early, anatomical design for Dune’s iconic stillsuits worn by the desert dwellers of Arrakis.
A new edition of the 1864 book created to expose the “absurd follies of spiritualism” by demonstrating how the senses can be deceived into seeing ghosts.
Ulao may be gone, but history will not forget this Wisconsin ghost town’s most deranged resident – the man who shot President Garfield.
Wherein a supernatural southern Gothic horror novel inadvertently inspires a trip into rural Wisconsin where hotdogs, UFOs, and peacocks run amok in the wild.