The Groundskeepers

Johnny Macabre:
Boss Man and Self-Proclaimed Future Horror Legend:

John is the senior co-owner and one of the writers for theblood-shed.com. Horror, especially indie horror, is his passion and his life. He is also a professionally trained actor with a bachelor’s in theatre, screenwriter, producer, sfx makeup artist, and comic book writer.

He currently resides in Buffalo, New York where he lives with his wife, Amy, and his kitten, Cthulhu.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnnyMacabre1

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6075349/

Email: anithebloodshed@gmail.com

M. Nessk:

M. NessK is the co-owner of TheBlood-Shed. She is an obscure actress, model, photographer, filmmaker, makeup artist, lyricist, composer, vocalist, designer, graphic artist, as well as a professional screenwriter whose works have been seen on ABC Family & Disney. She is the owner of Gloomy Sunday Productions. Her main focus is of the horror genre, and enjoys applying practical special effects to her projects.

Melissa Papelbon:

Hello everyone, my name is Melissa and I’m a Wisconsinite– born and raised. I’ve had a love for horror films since I was young. My favorite type of horror films are slow burners, because I feel like anyone can just throw together some scary sounds and special effects, but it takes true talent and expertise to craft a slow-burner that leaves you thinking for hours after it’s over. Besides being a horror fan, I’m also an absolute animal lover and love my pets more than anything. I also love disc golfing, traveling and music.

Dylan Patton:

I’d like to send a hello to all my fellow Horror fans. I’m proud to be given this chance to write and explore the dark and mysterious Horror genre with you all. This site has been a blast to practice my writing and make some new friends. I’ve been obsessed with all things horror since I was young. I’ll always have a special interest in vampires and haunted houses. I’m always on the lookout for things and places to scare me. If you ever want to chat, or have some ideas you’d like to share you can reach me at:

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/GuardianAngel2929

Twitter:
@DylanMPatton32

Matthew Myers:

My name is Matthew Myers, I am from Baltimore Maryland. I own a small writing agency that helps businesses sharpen their web presence.
I am also a horror and science fiction screen writer. I joined The Blood Shed team because I love being a part of the indie horror community.
I am a huge fan of classic horror, horror anthologies, indie horror, zombies, grindhouse, science fiction, and Alfred Hitchcock films. I also love tattoos, sports, wax museums, creative writing, the beach, winter sports, and rescuing cats.
You can learn more about me and my agency by contacting me by email or following me on Twitter.
Email: Myerswritingservices@gmail.com
Twitter: @Myerswritingservices
Jeffrey Scott McCullough
Writer for The Blood Shed, Jeffrey Scott McCullough is your fairly un-average emo American Teenager. He enjoys piercings, tattoos, punk music, and other rebellious pursuits as well as horror and exploitation films, the gorier the better. Some of his favorite include Videodrome, Dead Alive, Re-animator, The Thing, Don’t Torture a Duckling, and the Saw franchise. His other enjoyments include Silent Hill, the literature of Stephen King and H.P. Lovecraft, and Tales From the Crypt, as well as any and all comics he can get his hands on. Jeff can normally be found watching movies, reading, writing, gaming, taking his dog Snowball on walks, and bitching on internet forums.You can find him on instagram @thatjeffreyguy, or contact him at Jeffthehorrorguy@gmail.com, although you probably don’t want to.
Yeshua, The Antichrist
In their quest to clone Christ, the scientists at ReGen Corp inadvertently created Twins, Jesus and his monstrous brother Yeshua, the Antichrist. While both brothers share the memories of Christ’s previous visit to Earth, the Antichrist is a bit less forgiving about the whole crucifixion thing. Yeshua occasionally takes time away from planning the destruction of humanity in the Escape From Jesus Island comic book series to offer terrible advice in The Blood Shed’s “Ask the Antichrist” column.
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