Scotland is the northern half of the island of Great Britain, with a population of about five million. Scotland shares a border with England. Scotland has coasts on the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Irish Sea to the south-west.
FRANCES ABBOT reveals the mysteries of haunted Castle Stuart in the Scottish Highlands
Spooky Isles talks to Andy Stewart, horror enthusiast from Glasgow, about his debut short film Dysmorphia
ANDREW GARVEY speaks to David Keith, director of new Scottish horror flick, Attack of the Herbals
FIONA-JANE BROWN says Aberdeen had its own fair share of corpse-stealing, bodysnatching hijinks
FIONA LANG describes how a young Isles of Lewis boy used a small stone with a hole in it to see the future
Today's Spooky Twitter Talk tweets Glasgow musician and sometime ghosthunter Rosie McClune.
Guest writer ANDREW GARVEY looks at the British newspaper reactions to the sigthing of "Nessie" when the famous inhabitant was "rediscovered" in Loch Ness in 1933
Guest writer TRESSA YEOMANS ponders the legend of the Loch Ness Monster - could Nessie really exist?
Crunching bones saves grave space, so DAVID SAUNDERSON discovered digging up his family tree. (The Spooky Isles' Guest Blog for The Skull Illusion.)
Guest writer KATRINA SAUNDERSON dusts off an old copy of Ronald Holmes's book: The Legend of Sawney Bean and is horrified what she discovered - Sawney Bean may never have existed!
Guest writer JOHN MILTON gets down and dirty listing some of Scotland’s most horrific serial killers
TODAY is Robbie Burn's Birthday and we take a look at the Scottish bard's spookiest poem, the epic Tam o'Shanter!
Comedic re-telling of famous grave-robbing tale has great cast and looks fantastic but sadly disappointing