Today's Twitter Talk Spooky Fan was Hugh Sterbakov - a two-time Emmy-nominated writer of TV's Robot Chicken
Vampire author VMK FEWINGS pays tribute to Bram Stoker on the 100th anniversary of his death
Guest writer REN ZELEN looks back on the 100 years since Bram Stoker's death and reports how his most famous creation, Dracula, continues "to feed on the lifeblood of our culture"
Today we tweeted V.M.K. Fewings, author of The Stone Masters Vampire Series, with 10 burning questions
This is a new series for The Spooky Isles. We go on Twitter and hunt down a Spooky fan and ask them 10 burning questions. Today, we tweeted Gary William Murning,
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
ROSIE McCLUNE goes into the shadows to seek the horrible secrets of Glamis Castle!
Colchester is Britain's oldest Roman city - NIA JONES discovers five of its spookiest places…
We interview Norwich paranormal investigator Tracy Monger about her spooky experiences
Walpurgis Night - 30th April - is a spooky event named after a British saint, MJ WAYLAND reports.
KELLY HAMBLY tells us the tragic tale of how the author of Frankenstein's sister committed suicide in Wales
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews The Children (2008)
Guest writer ANDREW GARVEY pays tribute to Cathedral - England's greatest and most influential doom metal band, who have drawn on horror to create their distinctive music over their 20 year career.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews José Ramón Larraz's forgotten classic, Symptoms (1974)
SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS reviews the third Amicus horror portmanteau, The House That Dripped Blood (1970)
ANDY BOYLAN takes a look at Whitby's upcoming Bram Stoker International Film Festival
CLAIRE BARRAND reveals some of Wales' most disturbing folk legends...
MJ STEEL COLLINS lists the most disturbing ghosts and legends of the Haunted Tower of London
Guest blogger DANIEL W CHEELY says British books inspired his love for haunted houses...
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the murder and subsequent afterlife of famed Victorian London actor William Terriss
KERRY GREENWAY looks at how and why we should protect ourselves from paranormal forces...
The arrival of some of Universal's most beloved horror movies on Blu-ray is a mixed blessing, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a look at the gory, overlooked British horror Mum and Dad (2008)
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a look at little know horror, Mum and Dad (2008) directed by Steven Sheil...
HOWARD JACKSON says Happy Birthday Peter Cushing with a look at the role that made him a horror icon, Victor Frankenstein in The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
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...