Some horror writers are haunted by the past...
And some crime writers are mediums for the world that came before. Pamila Payne is a unique fusion of both, an author compelled by the sins of the past to speak for a bygone eras’ lost souls. Her Vintage Vice site features a prolific archive of early-20th century tales revealing haunted criminals and the spirits, both real and imagined, that torment them.
Part time-travel, part seance and all too vivid, Pamila’s stories transport readers to another era and let them walk alongside its ghosts. In this interview, we’ll meet the ghosts that possess her.
Gina Marie: Who are you?
Pamila Payne: I'm Pamila Payne. Writer. Narrator. Creator of the Bella Vista Motel.
Gina Marie: You describe your work as “vintage vice.” What sources do you draw on for your research?
Pamila Payne: My fascination with the past has been a lifelong obsession, »
- Gina Marie
Similar News ItemsStephen King (I)
- 8 movie classics that were box office flops: From Blade Runner to Brazil (From Digital Spy - Movie News. 15 March 2014, 2:30 AM, PDT)
- Welcome To Night Vale, the podcast that's like a local news Twin Peaks (From The Guardian - TV News. 14 March 2014, 5:05 PM, PDT)
- Entertainment Geekly: Does modern TV fandom actually make it harder to understand TV shows? (From EW.com - PopWatch. 14 March 2014, 3:00 PM, PDT)
Edgar Allan Poe
- Miami Film Festival Diary: Brazil comes on strong in 'A Wolf at the Door' and 'Man of the Crowd' (From Hitfix. 14 March 2014, 6:58 PM, PDT)
- The top 25 underappreciated films of 2011 (From Den of Geek. 12 March 2014, 4:15 AM, PDT)
- Cover Art for Stephen King’s Revival (From DailyDead. 10 March 2014, 9:34 AM, PDT)
- Preview of Monster & Madman #1 (From Flickeringmyth. 11 March 2014, 12:06 AM, PDT)
- Tommysaurus Rex Getting Ready to Lick His Way into Your Heart... and Spine... and Abdomen (From Dread Central. 6 March 2014, 4:43 PM, PST)
- Radcliffe suffers spinal problems (From RealBollywood. 27 February 2014, 4:33 PM, PST)