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?
Guest writer MATT WINGETT looks at the history of mermaids
Guest writer AMY CONNOLLY takes a look at London Bedlam Asylum
Does a Big Grey Man stalk the slopes of one of Britain’s highest peaks?
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.
Guest writer VIOLET FENN explores the history of the British and their fascination with death
Guest writer VIOLET FENN explains why she is fascinated by the Victorian practice of post mortem photography
A former Highgate Cemetery tour guide tells what it's like working at the world's most famous graveyard
ARE the ghosts of your ancestors spookier than those of strangers? I visit Girvan Old Street Burial Ground to find out!
TODAY is the 55th anniversary of the death of Helen Duncan (1897-1956), the last person to be imprisoned under the British Witchcraft Act 1735.
Was Sawney Bean, the Scottish cannibal real or just folklore?
The Oxford Martyrs Memorial recalls one of the darkest and bloodiest chapters in British history.
The Spooky Isles is the leading horror and paranormal website that invites all to enjoy the many historic horrors and ghostly goings-on that the UK and Ireland has to offer…