Welcome and meet our ghoulish gallery of creators.
David Davis is a writer and illustrator from Southern California. Which is a pretty far cry away from the wilds of Canada. He earned his M.A. in Literature and Writing Studies from California State University San Marcos. David covers a wide variety of subjects for Haunted MTL, but his current obsessions are with Shudder, The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, and horror comics. He writes and original, episodic zombie story for the site as well. You can also find him on the web at his website or on Twitter.
Shane M. enjoys staying up much later than he should, movies featuring enormous monsters, comic books, and Ultraman. He’s currently studying Business with a focus on Economics while living in Southern California. In his spare time, he plays card games, eats food that most would consider a last resort, and does his best to blend in with the rest of the humans of Earth.
Wade Wainio is a struggling artist/musician/college graduate/UFO cult leader operating in a humble, vast wasteland called The Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He likes pizza, certain movies, and TV shows, and plans to expand his writing career and abilities. His nonsense musical moniker is Grandpa Helicopter. He also DJs occasionally at WMTU 91.9 FM Houghton.
Arthur H is a late-night owl with the enjoyment of spooks from the tv medium. He’s an undergrad, studying Computer Science, in Southern California. He has a liking for foreign foods, many different genres of music, and plays multiplayer games in his spare-time. He focuses primarily on his education while suffering a deadly bite from the procrastination bug.
J.M. Brannyk is definitely not a brain in a jar, despite the enduring rumors and misinformation. In Detroit, J.M. passes the time by writing, watching media content, knitting, and singing Tina Turner duets with the glorious spouse. Horror interests include supernatural and thrillers from 1960’s-current, serial killers from the 80’s-90’s, and comedy/homage. J.M. doesn’t mind subtitles, hates dubbed, and will fall for every damn jump-scare. Again, these are normal tendencies for humans with full/all appendages, absolutely not just a brain. Currently writing a collection of haiku reviews for each Halloween. Follow @brannykj on Twitter.