Tag: Fu Manchu

Fu Manchu is a fictional villain created by British author Sax Rohmer in the early 20th century. He is a criminal mastermind of East Asian descent who seeks world domination. Despite being a stereotypical portrayal, Fu Manchu remains a popular cultural icon and has been featured in various adaptations. He has been played by actors such as Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee.

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County Kildare: 5 Haunted Places to Visit

Kilkea Castle County Kildare
ANN MASSEY tells us her 5 favourite haunted places in County Kildare, Ireland.

10 Ways David Pinner’s Ritual May Have Inspired The Wicker Man 1973

David Pinner's Ritual may have inspired horror film classic, The Wicker Man in 1973, says BARRY McCANN

Goblins in British Folklore: Myths, Legends and Mischief

Goblins, often portrayed as small, ugly, and mischievous creatures, have been a fixture of British folklore for centuries

Henry Bertram Starr, the Case of the Blackpool Ripper

Henry Bertram Starr became known as the Blackpool Ripper following the vicious 1903 killing of his wife, guest writer ZOWIE SWAN says

British Werewolves on Film, A Beginner’s Guide

RICHARD PHILIPS-JONES would like to introduce you to the most frightening of beasts on film - British Werewolves!
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