Tag: Animal Superstitions

Animal superstitions are deeply rooted in the cultural heritage of the United Kingdom and Ireland, with beliefs such as a black cat crossing your path bringing bad luck, a horseshoe bringing good fortune, and the sighting of a single magpie indicating sorrow still widely held today.

Animal Superstitions articles on Spooky Isles


Edinburgh Vaults, Most Haunted REVIEW

Most Haunted - Mary King's Close
Edinburgh Vaults: Most Haunted episode reviewed by CHRISTINE MILLER

Minerva Inn, Plymouth’s oldest and most haunted pub

The Minerva Inn is Plymouth's oldest pub, where its former inhabitants continue to haunt its well-trodden floors, says RICK HALE

Bournemouth: 5 Haunted Places to Visit

Bournemouth has plenty of haunted places to check out. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES picks five of his favourites in the Dorset coastal resort town.

Blood Of The Vampire 1958 REVIEW

First off the blocks to emulate Hammer's horror success? RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES revisits the gruesomely Technicolor effort, Blood Of The Vampire (1958).

Ghostwatch: A Legacy of Horror

Ghostwatch celebrates its 30th anniversary this Halloween. COHEN MATTHEWS says the spooky masterpiece still holds strong today, leaving a legacy of real life terror in its wake
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