ANDREW GARVEY looks at some of the more notable and telling incidents and references in Crippen’s post-execution career
Guest writer JOHNNY MARTIN looks at the legend of The Wizard of Gordonstoun, the man who made a pact with the Devil!
ANDREW GARVEY reports on the gruesome murder of Lewis Carroll's uncle,
JACOB MILNESTEIN writes that St Endelienta was an early Welsh/Cornish Saint with a good heart and the gift of resurrecting dead lords and cattle.
Janet Horne was the last witch to be executed in Scotland, KATHLEEN BRUNO looks into the facts of the case
BARRY McCANN looks at the hexed China that once belonged to a Cumbrian witch!
JON KANEKO-JAMES begins his new column Wyrd Britain exploring the magical Stonehenge
Guest writer KAI ROBERTS explains why it is so hard to nail down where Robin Hood is actually buried
DR FIONA-JANE BROWN looks at a strange case of a woman mysteriously burning to death in Aberdeen, Scotland... was it Spontaneous Human Combustion?
GREGOR STEWART reveals the sad story of the Orkney Witches, in this exclusive extract from Witch Memorials of Scotland
The Clink in London is so old, the medieval gaol is now another word for prison.
A 300-year-old witchtrial has put Islandmagee in Northern Ireland in the headlines, says SHARON CLARKE
POLLYANNA JONES reveals a tale of how Oliver Cromwell used satanic forces to win the English Civil War Battle of Worcester
EDDIE BRAZIL says coincidences can be a little creepy at times, evidenced by these two cases
A boulder in a Lancashire burial ground marks the grave of Meg Shelton, but according to BARRY McCANN, the Witch of Woodplumpton may still walk the earth!
SARAH BLAIR-DICKINSON reviews The A-Z of Curious London by Gilly Pickup
Knowlton Henge is one of Dorset's hidden spooky treasures, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
JOSIE PALMER describes the dark history behind the real life inspiration for Wuthering Heights
ANDREW GARVEY reveals Victorian attitudes to the paranormal via the newspapers on the day
K.B. GODDARD tells of St Mark's Eve, 24 April, when the souls of the living leave their bodies and tell the future!
Far from being a giant of a man, yet to this day St Mechell is recorded as the most determined missionary to the dead! JACOB MILNESTEIN reports
Guest writer KATE CHERRELL tells us about some of England's strangest graves
TRACY MONGER recounts the supernatural history of St Osyth in Essex
NICKI HOWELLS writes about Molly Leigh, an alleged 18th Century witch in Staffordshire