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Piper Minear

About

With a love for all things horror and true crime, Piper will always be writing about it. Add a flair for make up, fashion, and alternative lifestyles and you have this author pegged. You can find her articles on iHorror.com about horror and the new True Crime section she has been chosen to lead,.
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Articles

Add Black Succulents to your Gothic Garden

Black succulents are the answer for those of us who lack a green thumb for growing roses, tulips, and hydrangeas. These beauties first began...

iHorror Talks to Tamara Glynn of upcoming ‘Terrifier 2’

Thank you so much for talking with us at iHorror, Tamara! You have so many upcoming projects that we are excited to learn more...

Art the Clown talks ‘Terrifier 2’ with iHorror

iHorror: Fans, including myself, have been following the progress of Terrifier 2 since the highly successful release of the first installment. Director and writer Damien Leone's...

Glitter Coffin Company: Brighter Side of Death

The Glitter Coffin Company has the answer for those of us who want to have a glamorous sendoff to the afterlife. Having such an...

Beware the Real Candyman

** Explicit images contained in this article Dean Arnold Corll deemed 'The Candyman' abducted, raped, tortured, and killed at least 28 young men and teenage...

McDonald’s Reports Demonic Activity to Police

The calorie count of their Big Macs and McDoubles aren't the only scary things about McDonald's. Following the midnight munchies rush at a McDonald's in...

Hamilton Murder Case: Valentine’s Day Murder

The Happy Couple It appeared Dr. John Hamilton and wife Susan had the perfect marriage. During the 14 years they were together he proved to...

Horrifying Clowns Are Invading Valentine’s Day

Clowns are terrifying lovebirds in California with Scare-O-Grams. The California established haunted house, Ranch of Horror, owns the scare factor scene in October, but...

‘Sabrina’ Sugarcoated the Horrors of Lupercalia, the origins of Valentine’s Day

Lupercalia. A tradition far from the sappy celebration of Valentine's Day as we know it today. What we know about this holiday and its beginnings...