Where history’s nightmares, monsters and villains are resurrected in stories.
Mania’s rendition of the classic German folktale.
The third and final instalment of the DEMON series focuses on Nicola Aubrey, a fifteen-year-old girl possessed in Vervins, France, 1626
A widow in 17th century France may find her soul in the clutches of a demon.
A plague and the possession of a single nun will bring utter chaos to an otherwise peaceful Loudun in 1626, France.
Discover another side of the famous writer Victor Hugo and the abominable source of inspiration for one of his crowning pieces: The Hunchback of Notre-Dame.
The Siege of Paris in 1590 uncovers harrowing details of a city populace when pushed beyond starvation. (This episode contains historically inaccurate information and will be revised soon.)
One evening in 1853 of Galway, Ireland, the pleasant aroma of light rain on soil is tainted by something foul. A scent which burns the senses and forebodes of a presence far more sinister than death itself.
Will you take a stroll with me into the Čachtice Castle? Here we will find Countess Báthory, also known as The Blood Countess, and the deluge of crimson-spattered stories behind that name.
Beginning with Luigi Galvani himself, this episode of Mania treads down a winding corridor that explores the same events which inspired Mary Shelley’s The Modern Prometheus, also known as Frankenstein, and digs at the heart of the dark realities behind the gory moments of Galvanic reanimation.
A sickly reverend in 1770 and an assassinated king in 1437 reveal uncomfortable truths about death, one of its particular messengers, and why their presence is found throughout history.