RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES visits Knowlton Henge, one of Dorset's hidden spooky treasures
Arnish Moor on the Isle of Lewis has long been haunted by tales of murder and mystery. MJ STEEL COLLINS reports.
Janet Horne was the last witch to be executed in Scotland, KATHLEEN BRUNO looks into the facts of the case
Winter's Gibbet is the bizarre remnant of a Northumberland murder from long ago, LEE D. MUNRO says
JAMES WIlLIS discusses his new book "Mysterious Milton Keynes"
The Hellfire Club on Montpelier Hill is Dublin’s ultimate hell house, writes PAUL MOYNIHAN
British and Irish authors have created the world's greatest vampire literature but funnily enough, we have few homegrown bloodsucking legends of our own. Guest writer VIOLET FENN asks why.
Demetrious Mykicura's fear of vampires lead to his death in the infamous "Vampire of the Villas" case, says PAUL ADAMS
Guest writer VIOLET FENN explains why she is fascinated by the Victorian practice of post mortem photography
JACOB MILNESTEIN tells us about St Rumwold - the baby saint who only lived for three days.
CLAIRE BARRAND looks into some of the mysterious legends and folklore of the Skirrid Mountain on the English-Welsh border....
BARRY McCann looks at 'Lancashire's Tutankhamen's Tomb' - a supposed witches' cottage near Pendle Hill that had been buried for unknown reasons...
FRANCES ABBOT remembers moving to her new Scottish Highland home and discovering Aleister Crowley, The Beast of Boleskine House
NICOLA CARPENTER looks back at the time Victorian London was overflowing with its dead and they had to build a railway to sort the problem out!
JANET QUINLIVAN tells us 13 creepy facts you may not know about her home city of Belfast.
POLLYANNA JONES tells of a curse from long ago that still haunts the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire
Time slips phenomenon is more common thank you think. NIA JONES finds some really strange goings-on ...
Guest writer MATT WINGETT looks at the history of mermaids
Guest writer NICKY COULBECK describes her spooky visit to the Bronze Age stone circle in Cumbria, known as "Long Meg and Her Daughters"
ANN MASSEY tells us of the top 10 strangest place names in Ireland.
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
Baby farming involved poor mothers giving their infants up or adoption with the hope they would find a better life. Guest writer NICOLA CARPENTER explains some of these babies found anything but a happy home ...
Some very odd things happened during the Great Fire of London, says JON KANEKO-JAMES
NICKI HOWELLS writes about Molly Leigh, an alleged 18th Century witch in Staffordshire