Thursday, October 31, 2013

ANNOUNCING THE 2014 THEME!

At this time every year we announce our next year's theme. This year is no different. We will not be doing KILLERS3. The killers will be put to rest after this season. If you haven't seen KILLERS2 yet you still have November 1st and 2nd to see it before it goes away forever.

As for 2014, most of our fans know, we often open up the shaping of the next year to you guys. We need you to participate and give us ideas for the elements you'd like to see! So without further hesitation, Nightmare in its 11th horrific season will be doing....

NIGHTMARE NEW YORK

 A horrifying journey through the urban legends, folklore and mythology of this great city of ours. So now we open it up to you. What are some if your favorite macabre stories for NYC's stories history? Comment below.

9 comments:

Christine said...

Alligators in the Sewer!
Buildings built over old cemetaries

Karah said...

The Murder of Kitty Genovese! I always think about her when I'm walking home late at night in my Kew Gardens neighborhood.

Catherine Susan "Kitty" Genovese was a New York City woman who was stabbed to death near her home in the Kew Gardens neighborhood of the borough of Queens in New York City, on March 13, 1964 by Winston Moseley.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Kitty_Genovese

Anonymous said...

The mole people

Stephon B said...

Def Alligators in the sewer!

How about back in the 90s the people living under the boardwalk in coney island and subway gangs at night.

RAR/Baritone said...

To me the scariest thought about NYC is the idea of possibly getting beat up, especially if I were living here decades ago. Tying into that, mafia violence (specifically torture ala Casino) seems very NYC and scary to me.

David Liebowitz said...

That's easy. The Son of Sam killer. I was 10 years old. David Berkowitz going on a killing spree. The city was griped with fear.

Anonymous said...

Amityville!

Anonymous said...

Games of murder like in SAW

Ama Kyeremateng said...

The Weeping Angels (they move closer to you every time you blink or turn around)