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?
The Knights of St Lazarus were an ancient order of fighting lepers, who had the reputation as being "the undead". JON KANEKO-JAMES reports.
July 2012 marks the 400th anniversary of the infamous Pendle Witch Trial. ANDREW GARVEY reports on a theatre production which explores the historic event.
JON KANEKO-JAMES looks back on the days when Demonology and the Occult was accepted as scientific fact taught at universities
JACOB MILNESTEIN explores the sad fate of St Wilgefortis, the woman who grew a beard and was crucified for it
ELLIOT DAVIES uncovers the fascinating and grotesque origins of Derby's city mascot - a giant ram
JACOBS MILNESTEIN looks at the execution of Britian's first Christian martyr, Saint Alban, which was literally an eye-popping event!
FRANCES ABBOT remembers moving to her new Scottish Highland home and discovering Aleister Crowley, The Beast of Boleskine
JACOB MILNESTEIN tells us how the 5th Century Devon Saint Nectan of Hartland had his head cut off by thieves but he stuck it right back on!
FIONA-JANE BROWN says Aberdeen had its own fair share of corpse-stealing, bodysnatching hijinks
Today we start a new series - Spooky Saints. JACOB MILNESTEIN looks at the tale of St Dunstan and his powerful tongs!
ELLIOT DAVIES ventured to Liverpool for The Spooky Isles recently to find William McKenzie's Tomb - a 15-foot pyramid!
ROSIE McCLUNE explores the terrifying medical phenomenon of sleep paralysis
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