We’re biting off more than we can chew with mythical Satanic cannibals past and present, and it’s a mouthful.
Its time to correct some clerical errors with our comprehensive history of Sinister Ministers–fictional and factual.
Our favorite feminist fiend is back, as we uncover even more esoteric history revealing why Lilith always comes out on top.
We remember the infamous 1988 Geraldo Satanism special–and then we drink to rage the infamous 1988 Geraldo Satanism special.
We’ve tested Testaments new and old, and so it came to pass that we delve into the most fundamentally American of all fundamentalist American religions and meet their really weird devil.
It’s a buyer’s market, but everything must go! Sidney Sin joins us for a who’s who of who sold their soul over the past 1,500 years or so.
Pazuzu: King of ancient wind demons and friend to children everywhere. Digital Hammurabi’s Megan Lewis consults on what this demon’s popularity tells us about the difference between religion, magic, and myth.
We’re working out our King James Aversion with a down and dirty study game about the absolute worst parts of the Bible.
When you finally want some face time with the Big S, where do you go for an introduction? Why, to the local library of course, and all of it quaint and curious volumes of forgotten lore.
We’re making a Halloween house call to the famous haunted home that revived American demonology with our look at the perilous publishing venture behind “The Amityville Horror.”