DUNCAN LUNAN concludes his two-part series, looking back on history to find ‘ghosts in the landscape’
EDDIE BRAZIL continues his series on whether M.R. James’ ghost stories were based on real life paranormal events
MARK RILEY looks back on Most Haunted Live!: Dick Turpin Special
DAVID SAUNDERSON discusses his thoughts on Chapter 11 of Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Let’s finish off Spooky Scotland Week with the terrifying Tam O’Shanter Overture, Op. 51 by Sir Malcolm Arnold. The dramatic yet sometimes humorous piece of music, based on the famous Robert Burns poem about a drunk’s eventful night avoiding witches, bogies and other beasties, was completed in 1955. This recording, of the New Symphony Orchestra of London conducted by Sir Alexander Gibson, was issued in 1959 on the...