Ripperologist TREVOR BOND reveals some lesser known Jack the Ripper sites you won't see on your standard tour...
Today is the 130th anniversary of the 'double event' murder of Jack the Ripper.
ANN O'REGAN recalls the 16th Century bloody massacre at Dún an Óir, County Kerry, Ireland
MJ STEEL COLLINS reveals the sinister mummified hand known as the Hand of Glory...
ANN MASSEY O'REGAN takes a look at some of the more unusual murders on the Emerald Isle
TREVOR BOND takes us to the site of Jack the Ripper victim Annie Chapman's murder 130 years ago today...
TREVOR N. BOND reveals the murder site of the Jack the Ripper's first victim, Mary Ann NIcols
PHILIP DAVIES says little know outlaw Humphrey Kynaston would give Dick Turpin a run for his money!
Guest writer TINA CALLAGHAN reveals the dark, violent past of New Ross in County Wexford, Ireland
POLLYANNA JONES describes the dark history that has blackened Clopton House near Stratford-upon-Avon
Guest writer KEITH COLEMAN - author of the upcoming The Afterlife of King James IV: Otherworld legends of the Scottish king - tells us some strange facts about the 15th monarch
Ann Massey O'Regan explores Ireland's 7 most mysterious islands
JACOB MILNESTEIN tells us about St Rumwold - the baby saint who only lived for three days.
Guest writer TRESSA YEOMANS says the mystery of Stonehenge is powerful and that the ancient monument raises more questions than will ever be answered
FIONA-JANE BROWN says Aberdeen had its own fair share of corpse-stealing, bodysnatching hijinks
JON KANEKO-JAMES uncovers the grotesque monsters of Walter Map's medieval Britain
Ripperologist JON REES recommends top guides for people wanting to learn about Jack the Ripper
POLLYANNA JONES tells of a curse from long ago that still haunts the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire
MJ STEEL COLLINS reports on how a medieval plague created terror in Glasgow in 1900
JON REES picks five women who have been suspected of the Jack the Ripper killings
ELLIOT DAVIES recounts the torturous tale of the last live person gibbeted in England
Friday the 13th July 1894 was a miserably unlucky day, reports ANDREW GARVEY
JON KANEKO-JAMES tell us the Pendle Witch executions were the result of the testimony of a little girl
CLAIRE BARRAND looks back at one of the bloodiest massacres in British history - the Abergavenny Massacre!
Say hello to St Oliver Plunkett's Head, a religious relic which was once attached to the rest of the last Roman Catholic martyr to be executed in England
The Bolton Strid, a dangerous river in North Yorkshire, is surrounded by many legends, says KAI ROBERTS
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