The 1945 murder of Charles Walton, in Lower Quinton, Warwickshire, shocked England. Dubbed the Witchcraft or Pitchfork Murder by the press, its connection with the occult continues to fascinate.
In the summer of 1946 twelve year old Muriel Drinkwater took a short cut through the woods and was brutally murdered. Labelled 'The Red Riding Hood Murder' it has remained unsolved, until now.
Sweet Fanny Adams is used by the British to describe anything worthless. It is also the name of a pretty young girl murdered in Victorian England. This is how Fanny's name became slang for nothing.
This is the account of three Scottish women who stood accused as witches: Isobel Gowdie, Helen Duncan, and Carol Compton, three very Scottish witches.
An innocent-looking stretch of road in Kent has become the source of many strange, paranormal experiences. Read on to discover a little more about the Ghost of Blue Bell Hill and its haunted history.
In 1857, an insignificant gemstone was stolen from an Indian temple. The story that followed the theft is a fascinating tale of misfortune and tragedy. Was this stolen jewel haunted by its true owner.
Berry Pomeroy Castle is one of the most haunted castles in England. Read on to discover more about the ghosts of Berry Pomeroy and its strange paranormal history.
The year is 1762 and in a quiet City street, paranormal events are afoot, Soon London will be rocked by tales of murder and ghosts and Cock Lane will become the most infamous Street in Britain.
In the 1980s the phenomenon of 'The Crying Boy' gripped the UK. In homes where everything was destroyed by fire, the image in the haunted painting remained strangely intact.
Why pay for expensive face packs when you can make your own? With a few basic ingredients, you can treat your skin for a fraction of the cost and have fun at the same time.