L.H. Davies reviews Witchfinder General
FRANCES ABBOT remembers the victim of Dundee's last witch burning
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON looks at Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the fascinating tale of Isobel Gowdie, a Scottish woman tried for witchcraft in 1662
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON continues her series into JK Rowling's Harry Potter books with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
ANN O'REGAN talks to the director of a new film about the infamous Bridget Cleary Ireland witchburning
PAUL MOYNIHAN looks at the taster of Waking the Witch, a new Irish horror film based on...
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON continues her series into JK Rowling's Harry Potter books with Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON continues her series into JK Rowling's Harry Potter books with Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON begins her series into JK Rowling's Harry Potter books with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
MJ STEEL COLLINS says a dark curse may still hang over the heads of her hometown of Paisley
TRACY MONGER recounts the supernatural history of St Osyth in Essex
KATIE DOHERTY reviews A Very British Witchcraft TV documentary
TRACY MONGER recalls some strange "witchcraft" events in Stradbroke Village, Suffolk from 1599
ANDREW GARVEY reports on Ireland's last witch-burning in 1895!
JON KANEKO-JAMES loves Walpurgis Night - the second most spooky night of the year!
ELLIOT DAVIES delves into the world of The Lancashire Witches from a secondhand book he bought at an Oxfam
NICKI HOWELLS writes about Molly Leigh, an alleged 18th Century witch in Staffordshire
KATIE DOHERTY looks at poppets - the magical practice of using dolls to inflict pain on one's enemies ...
LOUISE HUB describes how Scottish witchfinders were brought down to Newcastle in 1649 to deal with some "witches"!
Artist JOE HESKETH seeks to understand the horrors of the Pendle Witch Trial through art
KATIE DOHERTY asks why such beautiful creatures as black cats are considered unlucky
KATIE DOHERTY explains the reasons behind witches bottles.
MATT WINGETT makes a visit to The Museum of Witchcraft in Cornwall
July 2012 marks the 400th anniversary of the infamous Pendle Witch Trial. ANDREW GARVEY reports on a theatre production which explores the historic event.