Tag: Robert Louis Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish novelist, poet, and travel writer, best known for his works in the horror and Gothic genre. He is widely regarded as one of the great horror storytellers of the 19th century and is remembered for his classic tales such as “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (1886), a chilling exploration of the duality of human nature, and “The Body Snatcher” (1884), a gripping tale of murder and medical malfeasance. Despite his relatively short life, Stevenson left a lasting legacy in the horror genre and continues to be widely read and celebrated to this day.

Robert Louis Stevenson articles on Spooky Isles


‘Above Ground’ Ghost of Golders Green

Did crafty tenants take advantage of a poorly-worded legal document lead to a ghost being trapped in Golders Green?

5 Mysterious Devon Folklore Tales

Devil's Footprints - Devon Folklore
CHRISTINE MILLER tells us of five of the most fascinating Devon Folklore Tales

Lionel Atwill’s 7 maddest and baddest scientists

TERRY SHERWOOD delves into the career of Croydon-born Horror Star Lionel Atwill and picks his seven favourite portrayals of mad scientists!

Don’t Open Till Christmas 1984 REVIEW

London’s not a safe place for Father Christmas in a festive slasher from 1980s Britain: RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at Don’t Open Till Christmas 1984

Matt Arnold discusses Ghosts in the Bible VIDEO

Matt Arnold Ghosts in the Bible
Spooky Isles chats to Matt Arnold, the editor of the Christian Parapsychologist Journal, about ghosts in the the Bible!
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