Thanks to:

  • Karry Strangman for the love, support and saving my life when I almost died. I don't know what I would do without you. I love you.
  • Patrick Morris for taking the time to create the original logo and banner for the site, as well as scanning most of the boxes and ads.
  • Chris Braunle for being there when I first started my journey with Splatterhouse, continuing all the way through Splatterhouse 3 (not to mention introducing me to a slew of great games back in the early '90s).
  • Quincy J., who initially introduced me to Splatterhouse when he bought it for the Turbografx-16 in 1990. If it wasn't for him, I may never have known about Splatterhouse.
  • The eBay seller that sold me my copy of Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti back in 2001, which was the reason I started West Mansion in the first place.
  • Mike "Sotenga" Plasket, Scion238, PrimeOp, Agent Tower, corpse monger, Vlygar and Dark V-Alis for all the support and contributions over the years.
  • Dan Tovar, Dave Wilkins, Tim Ng and Kit Ellis for keeping me in the loop and involved during the making of Splatterhouse 2010.
  • Brenton Jarmolowicz for getting me to the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival XII back in 2010, so I could meet Dan Tovar and get my first look at Splatterhouse 2010.
  • Dan "Mr. Splatter" Smith and Christopher "krims0n" Robertson for taking over West Mansion Facebook when I stepped back from running it in 2018, and doing a good job of keeping it updated ever since.
  • Kurt Kalata for teaching me the basics of HTML way back when, as well as collaborating with me on Hardcore Gaming 101 Digest Vol. 3: The Guide to Retro Horror (2018).
  • My Instagram crew: BL85gamer, Shmup Junkie, princeofbrains, nurspuf, turbocr1k3t, Unlimited Retrogaming, thehurricanemixer, nj_retro91, ezee_pz, videogamebear, jashretro, retrogamesuperhyper and namcofan for the all the support. Sorry if I forgot anyone.
  • Boss Fight Pins for the awesome set of Splatterhouse pins they sent me earlier this year.
  • Kontek.net for taking over hosting the site when classicgaming.com was shut down back in 2009.
  • Eugene Myers for the scans of the Korean gaming Magazine Gameworld, as well as all the support.
  • Derek Alexander from Stop Skeletons From Fighting, for the support and shout-outs to West Mansion back when he was The Happy Video Game Nerd.
  • Earl Green, for the Complete Sounds of Katamari "Sento Nel Core" mp3.
  • Marty Keating for a giant contribution of various Splatterhouse-related media scans, the majority of which can be found in the TG16, Splatterhouse 2 and Splatterhouse 3 sections, as well as various other Splatterhouse items.
  • Robin Miller for supplying the screenshots from Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti.
  • Gruesome Rick for providing info on the FM Townes (as well as the cover shot) and handheld games, as well as pics and info on the Miscellaneous items and the pic of the Japanese Splatterhouse ad.
  • Patrick Haber for the scans of the PC Engine and Mega Drive manuals, the majority of the official artwork in the Artwork section (all listed as namoff*.jpg) as well as info on the differences between the U.S. and Japanese versions of Splatterhouse 2 and 3.
  • D for supplying the sprites from Splatterhouse, Splatterhouse 2, and Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti.
  • Happypeepeehead for the TG16 comic ad and more sprites from Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti.
  • damo gher for the Splatterhouse 3 sprites.
  • Jesus Araiza Cruz for the maps of Splatterhouse arcade.
  • Arjak for the Splatterhouse arcade tip.
  • Carrion Reek for the Splatterhouse arcade PCB scan and instructional manual, and the scan of the Splatterhouse 2 issue of GamePro.
  • Michael Freligh for the demo and screenshots of ANSII Splatterhouse and the screenshots of West Mansion Horror.
  • Sqoon for the Splatterhouse 3 ad.
  • John Bower for the animated Splatterhouse 3 gifs.
  • Daemon for more info on the FM Townes Splatterhouse
  • Victor Schreck for screenshots of Splatterhouse 2 and 3.
  • Johnny Hughson for the Splatterhouse 2 and 3 debug info.
  • Steffen Zorn for scans of the Splatterhouse LCD handheld.
  • Sergio Ferrari for all of the FM Towns screenshots and pics he provided.
  • Captain Yashiro (aka Kroogah) for the Technic Beat mp3.
  • The Killer List Of Video Games for letting me use their info and pictures of the Splatterhouse arcade game.
  • The Handheld Game Museum for the info about and the pics of the Splatterhouse handheld game.
  • The Turbo List for the catalog info on both the PC Engine and Turbografx games
  • Japan Gaming for the scans of the Mega Drive Splatterhouse 2.
  • And to everyone else that's supported the site over the years, or have sent me submissions that for some reason didn't get mentioned here, thank you all so much.