Artist JOE HESKETH seeks to understand the horrors of the Pendle Witch Trial through art
NICOLA CARPENTER describes the different meanings behind hands on cemetery monuments
KATIE DOHERTY asks why such beautiful creatures as black cats are considered unlucky
Grave robbers made staying buried on the British Isles a big problem in days gone by, says Nicola Carpenter.
KATIE DOHERTY explains the reasons behind witches bottles.
BISHOP SEAN MANCHESTER responds to a Spooky Isles article about Robin Hood's grave
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
JOHN BURNS talks about his arduous journey to inhabit the mind of Aleister Crowley
NICOLA CARPENTER describes the gruesome discovery of a mummified baby during renovations of a Berkshire church
Ripperologist JON REES looks at the killing of Jack the Ripper's second victim, Annie Chapman on 8th September 1888
KATIE DOHERTY takes a look at The Nine Ladies stone circle, a magical ancient monument based in Derbyshire
This week we journey back to the land of the headless saints with JACOB MILNESTEIN
Guest writer TRESSA YEOMANS ponders the legend of the Loch Ness Monster - could Nessie really exist?
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the very Scottish tradition of Hallowe'en
Rainy days are lovely days to visit cemeteries as we found out at Brompton today
The Bolton Strid, a dangerous river in North Yorkshire, is surrounded by many legends, says KAI ROBERTS
Guest writer TRESSA YEOMANS says the mystery of Stonehenge is powerful and that the ancient monument raises more questions than will ever be answered
NIA JONES recounts the tale of one Welshman who unwittingly chanced his soul by playing cards with the Devil!
JON REES tells us Jack the Ripper speculation isn't limited to the life of the East End serial killer
ISABELLE KING is counting down the days until 19th May when the headless ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to appear at Blickling Hall
MJ STEEL COLLINS reviews Scottish Bodysnatchers: A Gazetteer by Geoff Holder
KAJA FRANCK reviews Written in Blood: A Cultural History of the British Vampire by Paul Adams
ELLIOT DAVIES recounts the torturous tale of the last live person gibbeted in England
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!
FIONA LANG describes how Brahan Seer used a small stone with a hole in it to see the future
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
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