England is the largest of the four countries which make up the United Kingdom. Over 53 million people live in England. England is bordered by Wales and Scotland, which are both also on the island of Great Britain.
PHILIP DAVIES says the ghost of Bloody Jack, Shrewsbury’s only reported serial killer, haunts Shrewsbury Castle
BARRY McCANN describes how a mysterious spirit may behind an Lancashire apprentice falling off his bike in 1947
A boulder in a Lancashire burial ground marks the grave of Mag Shelton, but according to BARRY McCANN, the 'witch of Woodplumpton' may still walk the earth!
NIA JONES looks at the fascinating case of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and The Cottingley Fairies
KEITH COLEMAN looks at 10 haunted pubs, inns and hotels in Cornwall...
BARRY McCANN tells of a traffic accident in Lancashire that included someone who was already dead!
JAY HOLLIS tells why Enfield's ghostly Trent Park needs to be saved from development
MATT WINGETT shows Spooky Isles around Portsmouth where Arthur Conan Doyle created Sherlock Holmes
ANDREW HOMER talks to a coach driver who witnessed a phantom hitchhiker on the A454 Bridgnorth Road in Shropshire
DACRE STOKER, the great-grandnephew of Bram Stoker, gives his top 10 places to celebrate the life of the legendary Dracula author
Guest writer author A.S. CHAMBERS tells us why he chose Lancaster as the location for his spooky novels...
KEITH COLEMAN lists some of the most mysterious places to visit in haunted Cornwall
Eddie Brazil describes the ghostly goings-on in the tiny Buckinghamshire churchyard of Penn
K.B. GODDARD explores Derbyshire's surprising folklore links with the devil...
BECKY KEANE talks with the owner of The Man and Scythe about its hauntings...
SOPHIE ROSE CLARKE looks at the ghosts and spirits that haunt the ancient city of Salisbury
Sheffield made its name as a centre for steel production, it should also be known for its ghosts, says ANDREW GARVEY
MJ STEEL COLLINS reveals how George Harrison's former home Friar Park may be haunted by the stately home's builder Sir Frank Crisp
MATT WINGETT discusses Arthur Conan Doyle's love of the macabre