Back in the 1950s, filmmakers and distributors hatched any number of bizarre schemes to make their horror movies more scarifying. Nurses in the lobby to aid the heart attack victims, hearses parked out front, etc., etc. William Castle trumped them all for pure Scooby-Doo zaniness when he created Emergo, which was the name of the life-size skeleton that swooped over the heads of a terrified audience during appropriate... More >>>