Lincoln Cathedral boasts a Lilliputian stone inhabitant said to be sent by Satan himself to unleash hell on earth. CHRISTINE MILLER reveals the legend behind the Lincoln Imp.
Avebury Stone Circles are said to be home to quite the amount of paranormal activity, and there is even one case of an unnerving time slip, says CHRISTINE MILLER
PETULA MITCHELL delves into the dark history behind the naming of the Sir Roger Tichborne pub in West Sussex
RICHARD FREEMAN takes us on a visit to the infamous Boleskine House on Loch Ness, where, as it turns out, Nessie isn’t the only Great Beast to have ties to the area.
Old Sarum near Salisbury is one of England's most ancient and mysterious settlements with a rich and dark history....
GREGOR STEWART tells about some of the witch memorials that have been setup around Scotland to pay tribute to them
Here are some of the creepiest and most disturbing Ireland burials ever seen, from ANN MASSEY
The gory murder and possible crucifixation of a defeated king is behind the name of Oswestry, a Shropshire village and well, says PHILIP DAVIES
A cemetery mound in Aberdeenshire, known as the Bass of Inverurie, has a long and strange past, says guest writer DUNCAN HARLEY
PETULA MITCHELL tells the story of how Archbishop of Canterbury, Simon of Sudbury, was murdered and now haunts the cathedral
Iron stakes prevent an ancient vampire, Matthew Hassal, rising from Malew Churchyard, Isle of Man, RICK HALE reports
GREGOR STEWART reveals the sad story of the Orkney Witches, in this exclusive extract from Witch Memorials of Scotland
Witch trials swept Scotland in the 17th century and the tiny village of Inverkip was not immune, says CHRISTINE MILLER
Margaret Dickson was hanged for killing her baby, but survived to tell about it. TACE DORRIS reveals the strange tale of ‘Half Hangit’ Maggie!
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES returns to the 1980s to remember the ZX Spectrum's creepiest computer games
Author Matt Wingett tells DAVID SAUNDERSON about the weird and wonderful tales he's collected from his hometown in his new book, Mysteries of Portsmouth
Guest writer KATE CHERRELL tells us about some of England's strangest graves
Angeline Tubbs left England in 1761 and became the infamous Witch of Saratoga, writes JJ MERRYWEATHER
DR FIONA-JANE BROWN looks at a strange case of a woman mysteriously burning to death in Aberdeen, Scotland... was it Spontaneous Human Combustion?
Abandoned London Underground Stations can be found across the English capital.
Ireland place names reflect the supernatural and gory nature of its past. Here ANN MASSEY tells us of its top 10 strangest place names.
Who were the Witches of Belvoir?
Here's a list of London Cemeteries, known as the Magnificent Seven for their amazing graves and monuments!
ANN MASSEY takes a look at the seven most famous Irish witch trials