The Wind-Up Rider: A Night With a Headless Horseman, 1853

The Wind-Up Rider: A Night With a Headless Horseman, 1853

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.

The Art of Resurrection, 1803

The Art of Resurrection, 1803

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.