Society & Culture
Interview with Horror / Paranormal Author Kevin Eads
Kevin Eads was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He graduated with degrees in History and Political Science from Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne, where he served as Student Body President and was active in Phi Kappa Theta fraternity. He then received his Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University where he focused on International Law. A lifelong fan of the horror genre, he began to tell his own stories with the 2011 release of The Amulet of Elisabeth Bathory for Dark Moon Press. Since that time he has released Lord Byron’s Revenge, Dracula’s Disciples, Return to Camp Hell, and That Sure Doesn’t Taste Like Pork Sausage., among others.
Kevin is also the host and executive producer of Eerie America Travel Guide of the Macabre, a travel documentary from Dark Moon Productions. He wrote and will soon to be directing a horror film adapted from his book, Dark Asylum at the Randolph Infirmary in Winchester Indiana. Not to mention he is also my cousin. So join us as we talk about horror, ghost hunting, our hometowns and some cool family history.
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