no particular order--newest additions on top...
- Monster Art & More
Gorgeous monster art by artist, Robert Allan Scott, here at his blog!
Heights 60s and 70s
site by Chuck Fraley, devoted to all-things-retro from the Marlow Heights,
Maryland area in the '60s and '70s. He covers it all! If you watched
Sir Graves on WTOP-TV Channel 9, in the early '70s in the Washington
DC viewing area, be sure and check out Chuck's fun site for even
more great memories from your neck of the vintage woods.
Horror hosts go hi-tech! A new and very cool weekly online series,
complete with puppet hosts (a really neat idea) hosting all the great horror
films we know and love! It's a fun mix of the old and the new, in what I believe
may soon be just about the last place a modern-day horror host can truly
flourish--on the Web. Check out FRIGHTMARES: THE SERIES today!
Detroit's classic Main Maniac, The Ghoul! Visit his wacky website for
some heavy-duty brain damage!
The best Ghoul fan site out there, in my opinion.
Even before Sir Graves, there was Morgus, The Magnificent on WJBK-TV2.
The one, the only!
Gore De Vol
A friend of SirGravesGhastly.com, please check out Count Gore's "Creature
Feature" webzine (you'll want to bookmark it!), and visit it weekly.
Vintage Detroit TV & Movie Board
Your humble Gravemaster's message board devoted to classic Detroit television
and movie theaters. Please stop by!
One of the best (and slickest) monster movie webzines!
My buddy Clyde's site. A real Michigan talent, Clyde is available for
wicked voiceover work, among other things. And check out his CD (info
is on his site) for some fun, creepy monster-themed music!
My new favorite online monster movie mag! Just awesome.
For my money, the best newsstand monster mag available! Heavily
devoted to horror hosts, too! Subscribe to this one, dear hearts!
Gallery of Monster Toys
Title says it all. If you grew up with monster toys (especially in the
'60s or '70s), you will love this website!
from the Vault
Fun classic horror site--and they put out some great books
The best classic
TV site on the web, bar-none! This is the place to go. And
Billy Ingram (the site's founder and curator) treated SirGravesGhastly.com
very nicely as well. Good people, good website!
Official Bela Lugosi Website
The original Dracula seemed to pop-up on Sir Graves' show every
other week! You couldn't help but be a fan of both the film, and Bela
Lugosi. This movie really epitomizes the whole vibe of Sir Graves
The official Boris Karloff website.
The Official Christopher Lee Web!
"The Sublime Claude Rains" site.
The official website of Lon Chaney (Sr. and Jr.)
The Peter Cushing Association and Museum
'Universal Steve" is a site devoted to all the great Universal
Studios monster movies that were probably the biggest Sir Graves favorites.
Barry's Temple of Godzilla site celebrates our favorite Saturday afternoon
giant fire-breathing lizard!