British and Irish authors have created the world's greatest vampire literature but funnily enough, we have few homegrown bloodsucking legends of our own. Guest writer VIOLET FENN asks why.
The Ghost of Bluebell Cottage, a novel by Claire Voet, is a supernatural thriller that explores witchcraft, romance and the paranormal.
TODAY is Robbie Burn's Birthday and we take a look at the Scottish bard's spookiest poem, the epic Tam o'Shanter!
Guest writer KATRINA SAUNDERSON reviews From Hell and the classic horror comics take on the grisly tale of Jack the Ripper
Guest writer MATT WINGETT investigates the spiritual side of the inventor of the world's greatest consulting detective
Interview with Stephen Jacobs, author of Boris Karloff: More than a Monster - a biography of horror star Boris Karloff
There is an inordinate amount of spookiness at Christmastime - Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol is just the tip of the iceberg.
Charles Dickens could never have imagined how many adaptations A Christmas Carol would have spawned when he released the supernatural Yuletide novella on this day in 1843.
TURN the Tides Gently, the new supernatural fantasy from Portsmouth writer Matt Wingett, is an ebook that explores subjects ranging from psychiatric health and magic realism all the way through to time travel and mermaids.
A new exhibition at the British Library explores Charles Dickens’ fascination with the supernatural and how it permeated throughout his life’s work.
Haunted Edinburgh's spookiest sites according to MJ Steel Collins
Cardiff has some pretty spooky buildings. NIA JONES picks five of the Welsh capital's most haunted sites.
Spooky Isles' Scotland Editor MJ STEEL COLLINS takes a look at Supernatural St Andrews by Gregor Stewart
ANDREW HOMER picks five of the most haunted places in Dudley in the West Midlands to visit this Halloween...
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON continues her series on Haunted Hertfordshire with a look at Bishop's Stortford
Spooky Isles visits All Saints Church in Fulham, London, the site of one of The Omen's most iconic scenes
The Head of Janus may be the greatest lost horror film you've never heard of!
Boris Karloff eats the screen as the famed evil mastermind in The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932)
PETER FULLER tells us some interesting facts about Vincent Price's The Last Man on Earth (1964),
As we conclude Wicked Women Week, we turn our eyes to the women who have entertained us in British horror
David Barrett, a Paranormal Investigator based in Scotland, talks to MJ STEEL COLLINS about his work
MJ STEEL COLLINS explores pareidolia, the phenomenon that may explain the boring reality of spooky shadows in the dark!
Guest writer PAUL GILL tells how crime lead to a Lincolnshire fellmonger's demise and his spirit to haunt a local graveyard...
Guest writer CLAIRE BARRAND describes her haunted childhood in South Wales unknowingly living next to a secret mass grave...
JANET QUINLIVAN takes us on a tour of the spooky locations of Haunted Downpatrick in Northern Ireland
ANN MASSEY O'REGAN says when it comes to horror films you probably don't think of Ireland as having a major impact on the genre...
Dan Brownlie is a horror film-maker who has created a range of strange and morbid models, including the bizarre Fetus-stein!
CHRIS RUSH picks some interesting Irish horror films that may have fallen through the cracks...
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES heads back to 1957 and looks at The Curse of Frankentein's initial reaction from the critics...
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES heads to the lab to cook up 20 facts about The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)