International terrorism poses a threat to traditional policing as resources are diverted away from community to enforcement roles & yet it is local policing which will ultimately defeat the terrorist.
Used as a creepy Gothic backdrop for countless films by Hammer and other film makers, The Oakley Court Hotel on the banks of the Thames in Berkshire harbours dark and evil secrets of its own.
Feared as an all-conquering invader during his lifetime, William the Conqueror suffered an ignominious death, a farcical funeral and his remains were repeatedly desecrated for 1000 years afterwards.
Who was the menacing and malevolent stranger who climbed into Tom Cox’s Hackney Carriage on All Hallows Eve 1684 who not only terrified him out of his wits, but changed his life forever?
What was the enormous skeleton unearthed in a Derbyshire village by C17th lead miners and did later commentators attempt to obscure the truth in order to hide the existence of Giants?
How the extraordinary diabolical possession of William Perry in 17th Century Bilston almost sent an innocent woman to the gallows, and why it became the most notorious supernatural case of its day.
The astonishing life and extraordinary death of Jacobean alchemist and magician Doctor John Lambe
A triple murder of unparalleled brutality in Georgian England, gave rise to speculation that the Devil himself had touched this Staffordshire hamlet. Was this a case of super-nature or human nature?
Does a ghostly wolf-like creature roam the Thames towpath at Windsor and Maidenhead? What was the mysterious beast witnessed by three police officers between 1990 and 2000?