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.
Warner Bros Studio in London is set to open the sets of Harry Potter to the public for the first time in March, 2012.
BECKY KEANE talks with the owner of The Man and Scythe about its hauntings...
Eddie Brazil describes the ghostly goings-on in the tiny Buckinghamshire churchyard of Penn
Walpurgis Night - 30th April - is a spooky event named after a British saint, MJ WAYLAND reports.
ANDREW GARVEY goes hunting for some old paranormal articles from the Western Mail - Wales' national newspaper
Spooky Isles talk to writer/director Ashley Thorpe about his new project, Borley Rectory: The Most Haunted House in England
The Spooky Isles talks to Ricky Wood Jr - director of upcoming Scottish horror film, Sawney: Flesh of Man
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES braces himself for one of Peter Cushing's less distinguished outings
DARK MORTE the Mistress Of The Macabre covers London's Film4 FrightFest 2014
First ever Frankenstein film was made by the Edison Company in 1910
The Old Dark House (1963) Hammer remake is a much better film than its given credit for
EDDIE BRAZIL asked whether it possible to experience a solitary ghost
Guest writer KERRY GREENAWAY begins her series on the connection between crystals and the paranormal by looking at harnessing Crystal Energy...
ANN O'REGAN takes a look at John H Shelton's new docu-horror 'Do You Believe in Ghosts?'
MJ STEEL COLLINS reveals five Glasgow poltergeists from her new book, Uncanny Clydeside
PHILIP DAVIES dons his flying gear to take a closer look at haunted RAF Cosford near Telford in Shropshire
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS tracks down some fun facts about The Woman in Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES takes a look at Frankula, the return of 1970s TV favourite David Barry aka Frankie Abbott...
HOWARD JACKSON says two words sum up horror film legend Peter Cushing - Obedience and Disappointment
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a fun look at some strange facts from the classic The Wicker Man
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back at the genre career of one of Britain's most beloved actors, John Hurt, who has died aged 77