Cumbria is a ceremonial county in North-West England. It includes Carlisle, Barrow-in-Furness, Kendall and Workington
Furness Abbey in England's North East was once central to Cumbria's religious community but now it is a shell haunted by ghosts of the past, says RICK HALE
Did a Cumbrian pensioner really travel to other planets in the 1950s? LES HEWITT looks at the mystery surrounding Charles Jevington's disappearance
Muncaster Castle has a long and dark history. No wonder paranormal researchers have long been fascinated by the ghosts and hauntings of this Cumbria castle...
CHRISTINE MILLER looks back on Most Haunted: Moresby Hall
Grange-over-Sands in Cumbria is an unusual setting for the paranormal, says guest writer FIONA GLASS
Dalston Hall Hotel in Carlisle, may just be the Lakes District's most haunted hotel, says RICK HALE
Kirkstone Pass Inn - at over 1400 feet - is Cumbria's highest and most haunted inn, says RICK HALE
BARRY McCANN looks at the hexed China that once belonged to a Cumbrian witch!
BECKY KEANE takes a look at haunted places to visit in Cumbria
MATTHEW FORDE tells us of the Crier of Claife, the Lake District's most terrifying tale of terror
JAY HOLLIS looks back on Most Haunted: Levens Hall
The Vampire of Croglin Grange is one of England's most intriguing blood-sucking tales. PAUL ADAMS, author of Written in Blood: The Cultural History of the British Vampire, looks at the case.
RICHARD MOODY reports on a spooky investigation of The Bull Hotel in Sedbergh, Cumbria
JOSIE PALMER describes the dark history behind the real life inspiration for Wuthering Heights