The Noctrium

Welcome to The Noctrium. Feel free to wander the dusty corridors of my dark art gallery or surrender your imagination to the pages of my ghost stories. Above all, enjoy your stay—and if you feel an icy touch on your back, fear not; my spectral tenants are friendly…for the most part.

James Colton

The Visit

I first saw The Sixth Sense as a teenager, before I had any real interest in horror. That movie disturbed me deeply. The terrifying scenarios and the way they were shot resonated uncannily with my own nightmares.

Since then, it’s become popular to condemn Shyamalan’s movies. While I remained a fan longer than most (I loved The Village), I was forced to agree with the majority sentiment that he’d lost his touch.

Then I saw The Visit, and I was reminded why, more than a decade later, I still have trouble making myself watch The Sixth Sense.

The Visit creeped me out.

Off the Path

A woman checks in with a reclusive friend who recently lost her husband. The widow lives in a charming house in the woods, but a bizarre set of rules holds sway over the property. When broken, these rules unleash the house’s dark secret.

Pages of Dust

Pages of Dust

Sinister Ghosts, Vengeful Dolls, Hungry Vampires…Welcome these dark specters into your home with Pages of Dust, a collection of the most terrifying tales from The Noctrium Library in corporeal form. Each volume contains twenty stories and poems to keep you up at night. Turn down the lights, find a safe corner, and surrender your imagination!

Knock

A woman is woken in the night by the sound of something moving through her house, knocking on the doors, searching for the room with someone inside.

Battery

A couple tells a friend about their paranormal experiences, thinking they’ve solved their problems for good.