Elliott O'Donnell claimed to have witnessed many strange things during his lifetime, but did he see a Bigfoot? Guest writer ROB MILNE looks into the mystery
PETULA MITCHELL tells us about the St Leonard, the 6th century French hermit who killed England's last dragon near Horsham in West Sussex
RICK HALE talks to Richard Freeman about his new book,
The Loch Ness Monster isn't the only beast on the minds of monster hunters and cryptozoologists in the UK and Ireland. RICK HALE looks at the possibility that Nessie might have some friends...
South Wales has never been short of Alien Big Cat sightings, says CLAIRE BARRAND
The Bat Beast of Kent scared many during the 1960s. It may have been an alien, says RICK HALE
Was it a spectral Black Dog that PATSY SORENTI met when visiting her family's graves in West London?
CLAIRE BARRAND explores the disturbing stories of Cryptid Mutant Worms from folklore
The strange Cornish Owlman was first seen in Mawnan Smith in the 1970s. NIA JONES reveals its strange legend.
Guest writer PIERS WARREN goes on the trail of Black Shuck to reveals where to find the beast's haunts in East Anglia
RICK HALE explores the mysterious, and angry, monster known as The Big Grey Man of Ben Mac Dhui
Guest writer K.B. GODDARD ponders the legends of portents of death around the Spooky Isles
The Anfanc, a slippery beast, lurks in the waters of North Wales, says L.H. Davies
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at how the Loch Ness Monster has been used for political propaganda over the years
FRANCES ABBOT ponders whether St Columba made the first recorded sighting of the Loch Ness Monster
MJ STEEL COLLINS gives a brief history of Loch Ness' most famous resident
Does Northern England have its own Bigfoot? LEE D. MUNRO takes a look...
Cannock Chase in Staffordshire has a paranormal portal and is the home of the mysterious Pig-Man, says LEE BRICKLEY!
L.H. DAVIES says Cleadon in north-east England has more than its fair share of paranormal goings-on!
BARRY RING tells about about the night a quick trip out for a snack in Wallington turned into a confrontation with a phantom black dog!
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?
Guest writer JON KANEKO-JAMES explores our fascination with ghostly devil dogs - like Black Shuck the original Hound of the Baskervilles.