Tag: Creepy Kids Week
BECKY KEANE gives us an insight into the mysterious world of the Indigo Children
JON KANEKO-JAMES tell us the Pendle Witch executions were the result of the testimony of a little girl
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews The Children 2008
EDDIE BRAZIL tells us that not all ghost children as friendly as Casper ...
PETER FULLER reviews the evil-baby-themed I Don't Want To Be Born (1975) starring Joan Collins
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES counts down some of Damien's greatest hits.
JAY HOLLIS says Richard III has long been blamed for the murders of his young nephews but there's a question whether the Princes in the Tower were even killed at all!
MJ STEEL COLLINS asks: Are the imaginary friends of children really ghosts?
PETER FULLER reviews The Godsend (1980)
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES commemorates Creepy Kids Week with some of Britain's best examples
Guest writer POLLYANNA JONES retells the Herefordshire folktale of The Fairy Changeling
Citadel 2012, an Irish 'hoodie horror' with feral children, is worth a look, says ANN MASSEY
DAVID SENIOR tells us the real life Norfolk origins of the horrifying folktale of the Babes in the Woods
ANN MASSEY tells us about Ireland's cases of horrifying juvenile hauntings
Lost Hearts 1973 is the classic re-telling of the MR James Ghost Story for Christmas, says MJ STEEL COLLINS
KAJA FRANCK says writers have long used children's innate ability for violence to develop horrifying fiction
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES suggests this Omen IV The Awakening 1991 may have been one too many
NIA JONES tells us about the frightening and debated urban myth concerning the black eyed children
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES takes a look at the Antichrist's second coming in The Omen 2
ALAN MURDIE tells us not to worry about keeping ghosts hidden from children, they've probably already seen them