DARK AND GOTH BLOGS:
Bats and Bunnies
VelvetBat blogs from the Netherlands. She collects Asian ball-jointed dolls, has an interest in goth fashion and Gothic Lolita, and occasionally posts about goth music. She's currently challenging herself to buy less, sew more, a theme I can totally relate to (except I don't sew, I craft greeting cards.. or buy stuff and then forget to). She also shares personal things about her Asperger's, gender dysphoria and fibromyalgia. It takes a lot of courage to write so openly and honestly about that online where strangers can read it.
Madame Mari Mortem
25 year old Mari lives with her husband in the middle of nowhere in Arizona. She shares outfit posts; the spooky basket she got for her 25th birthday; pics of her creepy crafting; and shares reviews of the beauty products and cosmetics she's using lately.
Dark Corners of Role Playing
Most of this blog is about dark RPGs and gaming, but there are also occasional posts about horror art, horror films and a post with an incredibly cool dark spooky Christmas Advent calendar Kickstarter plea.
Life and Death
This webcomic has an astounding 1255 strips so far!
This Seattle-based store sells occult-themed clothing. I'm not sure what "Psychic Death" is, but they seem a bit obsessed by it, selling multiple variations of shirts with that on it. There are really cool Lunatic leggings, shirts and sweaters with "Long Live Death" on them, and lots of occult symbols printed on the clothing.
This Long Beach, California-based shop sells adorably spooky clothing and hair accessories. There are horror fabric prints, a campy bat skirt, skull skirts, a glow-in-the-dark osteology skirt, and tons of zombie and skeleton-themed hair clips. Really interesting and unusual fabrics are used in this clothing, I'm having a lot of fun browsing around here.
This extremely popular steampunk clothing shop is currently showcasing their Spring 2013 offerings. My favorite right now is their Alexandria Bib Dress.
This darkwave/industrial/witch house event takes place every 1st and 3rd Tuesday, in Los Angeles.
This horror website has been going strong since 2002. Currently they're blogging about Frightfest, reviewing horror books and films, and sharing early shots from "The Curse of Chucky." The site includes a fairly active set of horror discussion boards, too.
Machinations Into Madness
"We're all mad here." This blog specializes in the occult, madness, speculative fiction, dark fantasy and the macabre. This is a good blog for those interested in writing dark fantasy. Besides book reviews, there are fascinating articles, including Madness in Literature and Cinema; Fear of Clowns; The Dunwich Horror; and Cliches of Horror.