Following the release of Loren Rhoads new book, 199 Cemeteries to see before you Die.
Whether Krista Amira Calvo was so swept up in the panic or if her mind has forcibly forgotten it she cannot tell, but a childhood memory was brought back to her the first time she watched Over the Garden Wall, the Cartoon Network miniseries whose death positive themes made her heart swell with exultation.
Sam Wall is here to take us on a journey through morbid musical landscape to see how murder ballads of different eras have dealt with domestic violence.
Robyn Lacy entered the field of Archaeology with vague ideas of how she wanted to proceed. Every one of which got tossed out the window after a trip to Ireland, surveying rural Catholic and Anglican cemeteries and churchyards. Robyn hasn't swayed from burial-related study since.
Emily Andrews reflects on her childhood experiences of death.
By Caroline Reilly Since I was old enough to go out on my own, my mother has been talking to me about Ted Bundy. In high school, when we had off campus privileges starting in our freshman year, she explained to my 14-year-old self about the serial killer who was good looking, and charming, and…
Krista Amira Calvo wants to know if you've heard of El Tren de la Muerte (the Death Train)? Carrying upwards of 500,000 migrants toward the border a year. They ride atop these high-speed snaking monstrosities, risking life and limb on a journey that will hopefully end in America – yet, often ends in death.
Gabriella Daris met German sculptor and taxidermy artist, Iris Schieferstein, at her studio—43km outside of Berlin, by the Langer See (Long Lake)— where she encountered giant freezers filled with carcases— major raw materials for the artist’s work.
Romany Reagan has been walking in Abney Park Cemetery for a total of nine years, often alone. As a walking practitioner dedicated to encouraging new perspectives within cemetery space, a recent personal revelation called for self reflection and a much wider contemplation.
This summer marked 48 years since the brutal murder of Sharon Tate and her unborn son. After discovering crime scene photographs framed at Hollywood's Museum of Death; Tia Price reflects on the lasting legacy of this valley doll, icon and mother.