The Flint Monster Society

The Flint Monster Society is set on adding a little more weird to the Flint and Mid-Michigan area so keep your peepers peeled for what we’re up to.

Here’s where I will post all of the upcoming events and neat things the Flint Monster Society is up to.

FREE Event – Join creepy vendors for a day of weird wares.


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The Macabre Matinee

Flint Local 432 – 124 W. First St., Flint, MI, 48503

Sunday, July 17th, 10AM – 4PM

Let Flint’s Bigfoot tell you all about it!


(spots still available – free – just need to provide your own table. if interested, reach out. –

Chris Ringler

Chris Ringler is an author, podcast, filmmaker, reviewer, and ne’er-do-well living in Flint, Michigan. He is the author of over twenty books ranging from horror, dark fiction, fantasy, fiction, and children’s books. Chris has made two short films, which he wrote and helped score. He has appeared in Bare Bone, Cthulhu Sex, Halloween Machine, and received Honorable Mention in two editions of The Year’s Best Fantsy & Horror. 

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Zophael Ray

Zophael Ray is an artist, seamstress, and art instructor currently based in Flint, Michigan. She is also the current president of the Swartz Creek Area Art gallery and can be found volunteering time for art projects around Genesee County. Recently she completed instructing a series of cosplay classes for MSU’s 4-H program. Zophael gets her inspiration from monsters, music, books, and everything dark and spooky.

Atomic Swan Films

Atomic Swan Films is a Flint production company that will be turning 12 Years Old this year. It was founded by the late, great Charles Shaver and it is currently helmed by Tyler Zickafoose. Come check out our bizarre wares such as the cult classic films Killer Raccoon Fish in 3D and our much beloved $1 Atomic Swan Mystery Eggs in which you never know what you will get. Hope to see you folks here

Author Paul Counelis

Paul Counelis is the author of 50+ books, ranging from horror fiction for adults to spooky and coming of age stories for kids, middle grade, and YA readers as well as non-fiction movie and pop culture essay books, including “We Dare the Night to Condescend” and “Marshall’s Gully”.

He is the editor-in-chief of Halloween Machine, a seasonal magazine focusing on Halloween.

As Uncle Salem, he is the lead howler of horror metalpunks Lords Of October ( ). His newest book is a dark collection of horror poems called “Whispered After Nightfall” with co-author Glen Birdsall.

He has chilled with John Carpenter, sang a song to Nancy Loomis, and is nWo for life.

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Roxa Tano

 I make coffin shaped wallets and tote bags, embroidery horror keychains, embroidery bookmarks, crystal grids and pendulum boards.