CLAIRE BARRAND reveals some of Wales' most disturbing folk legends...
RICHARD FREEMAN, one of the world's leading cryptozoologists, gives an indepth history and insight into Welsh Dragons
CLAIRE BARRAND discusses folklore in the kitchen and the rules we must follow to ensure we don't have back luck!
BECKY KEANE tells us about the Legend of Boggart Hole Clough in Manchester
CLAIRE BARRAND tells us how to bury your dead in Wales and the superstitions and rituals that remain today.
Guest writer DARLA MOORE explains why Beaghmore Stone Circles in County Tyrone is an amazing place to visit
Rosary beads aren’t something that is just limited to the Christian faith as PHILIP DAVIES finds out
JON KANEKO-JAMES visits King Arthur's adventures in the Underworld
BARRY McCANN looks at fascinating story of the fabled submerged village of Singleton Thorpe reputedly near Blackpool in Lancashire
ROSE GARNETT reveals the terrifying Baobhan Sith - the Scottish brand of vampires that would leave their Transylvanian cousins for dead
PHILIP DAVIES tells of us the mystery surrounding Mitchell's Fold Circle in Shropshire...
ANN O’REGAN says eggs - piseogs - are at the core of evil Irish folk magick!
Walpurgis Night - 30th April - is a spooky event named after a British saint
ANN MASSEY gives us some tips on protecting our infants from being swapped for Changelings!
JON KANEKO-JAMES tells us about shape-shifting devil horses from the north of England
Cornish Knockers are tiny creatures who live deep inside the dark tunnels of Cornwall's tin mines, L.H. DAVIES reports
Real-life vampires and other bloodsucking creatures are found throughout English history, says RICK HALE
JON KANEKO-JAMES explores the vicious legend of the Yeth Hounds - spirits of unborn babies and the lost
AMY VAN CASTEELE looks at how the legends of the Sidhe, the mystical people of fairy mounds, still grip Ireland
This Saint Patrick's Day, JANET QUINLIVAN tells the story behind one of Northern Ireland's Giant's Causeway
LEE D. MUNRO says beware frightful dwarves when travelling through Simonside Hills in Northumberland
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the little known Scottish author Otta F Swire and her amazing Herbridean folktales
EDDIE BRAZIL looks at the construction of urban folklore horror in the form of a murderous vicar from London's east end
ANN MASSEY O'REGAN tells us why you should always have a piece of iron in your pocket should you cross the Slua Sidhe in Ireland.