Tag: Wicked Women Week
Irish Goddesses are the perfect woman’s guide to revenge, infidelity, intoxication and death, says ANN MASSEY
As we conclude Wicked Women Week, we turn our eyes to the women who have entertained us in British horror
Mary Pearcey committed crimes were so horrific that she's been suspected of being Jack the Ripper, says JON REES
Poison was the preferred method of murder for 19th century Lincolnshire-born killer Catherine Wilson, says L.H. DAVIES
ANN O'REGAN look at 13 of Ireland’s lady spectres recognised by colour.
ANN MASSEY O'REGAN takes a look at the supernatural Irish Femme Fatale.
PAUL MOYNIHAN makes a list of creepy women in British horror films
MJ STEEL COLLINS reveals how a young Glasgow woman rocked the city with a sensational murder case in 1857
JASON HOLLIS asks was Mother Sawyer a wicked woman or was she just angry because people kept calling her a witch?
ANN MASSEY O’REGAN explains why being Ireland’s most feared and successful pirate was not a job for the faint hearted – or a man
JAY HOLLIS reveals the afterlife of a notorious 17th century highwaywoman!
KAYLEIGH MARIE EDWARDS takes a looks at the trend in television of killing of female vampires unless they successfully attach themselves to a man
POLLYANNA JONES introduces us to Elizabeth Stile, a 16th century wicked witch who loved her black arts!
JON REES picks five women who have been suspected of the Jack the Ripper killings
KAJA FRANCK counts down 10 deadly British literary ladies
NIA JONES tells us about the legendary wicked Arthurian character Morgan Le Fay for Spooky Isles' Wicked Women Week