SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS describes how the village of Eyam remembers the bubonic plague of 1665
NIA JONES recounts the tale of one Welshman who unwittingly chanced his soul by playing cards with the Devil!
Angels have been seen to float about the Thames in London during times of trouble. NIA JONES reports on this mysterious phenomenon
CLAIRE BARRAND looks back at one of the bloodiest massacres in British history - the Abergavenny Massacre!
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
Ann Massey explores Ireland's 7 most haunted and mysterious islands
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the dark and haunted history of Edinburgh's Greyfriars Kirkyard
STEWART KING celebrates Her Majesty's 60 years on the throne by listing his Top 5 Royal Executions
LEE BRICKLEY reveals the paranormal portal in Cannock Chase in Staffordshire - the home of the mysterious Pig-Man!
A dark curse from the Paisley Witches may still hang over the heads of MJ STEEL COLLINS' hometown of Paisley
Taphephobia is the fear of being buried alive, reports NICOLA CARPENTER
M J STEEL COLLINS tells the frightening tale of ancient curses and modern day werewolves in North East England
We look at shocking tales from Haunted Stanmore in North West London...
PHILIP DAVIES says little know outlaw Humphrey Kynaston would give Dick Turpin a run for his money!
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.
The Welsh Doctor Fautus? JON KANEKO-JAMES looks at Jack O'Kent, the Welsh sorcerer supreme
KATIE DOHERTY takes a look at The Nine Ladies stone circle, a magical ancient monument based in Derbyshire
Bubonic Plague terrorised Glasgow as late as 1900. MJ STEEL COLLINS reveals how the Scottish city coped with the medieval disaster...
We look at the execution of Britain's first Christian martyr, Saint Alban, which was literally an eye-popping event!
MJ STEEL COLLINS looks at the fascinating tale of Isobel Gowdie, a Scottish woman tried for witchcraft in 1662
MJ STEEL COLLIN explains how the recovery of a Glasgow cancer patient led to John Ogilvie being made a saint
BARRY McCANN tells us about The Samlesbury Witches from Lancashire, who unlike their Pendle counterparts, survived
NIA JONES tells us about the mysterious Hollinwell Incident....