TODAY is the 55th anniversary of the death of Helen Duncan (1897-1956), the last person to be imprisoned under the British Witchcraft Act 1735.
Was Sawney Bean, the Scottish cannibal real or just folklore?
A new exhibition at the British Library explores Charles Dickens’ fascination with the supernatural and how it permeated throughout his life’s work.
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem in Nottingham purports to England's oldest inn. Its rich and colourful history includes some eerily tales of ghosts, debauchery, regicide and torture.
Warner Bros Studio in London is set to open the sets of Harry Potter to the public for the first time in March, 2012.
The Oxford Martyrs Memorial in St Giles Street, Oxford, with its imposing spiky tower recalls one of the darkest and bloodiest chapters in British history.
In light of this being horror film legend Boris Karloff’s birthday today, we ask the question: What is your favourite Boris Karloff film?
TODAY – November 23 – is the birthday of Horror film actor Boris Karloff. Here is some random Boris Karloff trivia to enjoy on the 124th anniversary of his birth in East Dulwich, England.
Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter follows the good Captain (Horst Janson) and his trusty hunchback offsider Hieronymus Grost (John Cater) as they battle a vampiric scourge ravishing a Central European village.
PAUL MOYNIHAN talks to Michael Benson, founder of Wexford Paranormal and author of Haunted Wexford
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON continues her series on Haunted Hertfordshire with a look at Bishop's Stortford
ANN O’REGAN tells us why the haunting scenery is not the only otherworldly reason to visit County Clare.
Spooky Isles talks to Steve Potter, who has been a paranormal investigator for 20 years, six of them with Parasearch
Author LYNN SHEPHERD says classic English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley's life was marked with his obsession with demons, ghosts and death
ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Last Showing (2014) starring Robert Englund
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES laments the lost of some classic British horror films
Have you seen The Bloody Mary Show? If not, here's your chance!
The Ghoul rips off The Mummy and The Old Dark House, still fun thought and worth watching as Karloff's first UK film
SIMON BALL reviews the better-than-average found footage horror The Cutting Room (2015)
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...