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L.H. DAVIES looks to the old airfields of Lincolnshire to discover the haunting presence of phantom airmen
JACOB MILNESTEIN reports on St Willibrord, an invincible monk who married evangelism with vandalism!
JACOB MILNESTEIN tells us about St Rumwold - the baby saint who only lived for three days.
JOSIE PALMER describes the dark history behind the real life inspiration for Wuthering Heights
TRACY MONGER reports on a Norwich Paranormal Experience Group investigation at a private Home in Pockthorpe, Norwich.
JON KANEKO-JAMES tells us why The London Stone is so crucial to our nation's health and prosperty!
The Giant Ram of Derby - the city's mascot - has fascinating and grotesque origins, says ELLIOT DAVIES
ANDREW GARVEY looks at the haunted goings-on at Ford Green Hall - the oldest house in Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire
ELLIOT DAVIES uncovers the truth about the 15 foot Liverpool Pyramid - the tomb of William McKenzie!
STEPHEN JACOBS looks into premature burials in England with tales of victims who lived to tale their terrifying tale!
Guest writer MJ WAYLAND takes a look at historic Dudley Castle - the Black Country's most haunted!
Brighton and Hove are holiday meccas by the sea - but according to guest writer A.L. CUIN, they can be plenty spooky too!
York, some claim, is the "Most Haunted City in England". MIKE COVELL looks at some of its spookiest locations...
Somewhere on the East Midlands crossroad that links Belper to Ashbourne, you'll find the ghostly Horseman in Black. Guest writer ELLIOT DAVIES is going to track him down.
Bedlam Asylum in London - the world's most famous mental hospital - had four different locations over the years. AMY CONNOLLY tell us where they were...
The Dorset County Museum has a rich and interesting history. Guest writer DAVE GOULDEN reveals how its dark past may be behind some mysterious door slamming!
STEPHEN JACOBS lists Boris Karloff London locations significant in the horror legend's life
The Oxford Martyrs Memorial recalls one of the darkest and bloodiest chapters in British history, DAVID SAUNDERSON says