The Black Dinner

The murder of two young Scottish nobles served as the inspiration for Game of Throne’s ‘Red Wedding’

The Ratman of Southend

A popular urban legend in the English seaside town of Southend, the ratman is said to be ghostly creature that inhabits a dilapidated underpass.

50 Berkeley Square

A look at the history of what is reported to be one of London’s most haunted houses

The Monster of Glamis

Best known as the seat of the titular character in the Shakespeare play Macbeth, Glamis Castle has belonged to the … More

The Hauntings of Furness Abbey

Built nearly 1,000 years ago, the Abbey at Furness has stood empty since the Reformation. However, many visitors have reported paranormal experiences

The Girt Dog of Ennerdale

Responsible for killing up to 400 sheep, debate has raged since over the true species of an animal sometimes called the ‘vampire dog’

Redcaps

Unique to the Scottish Borders region, redcaps are said to be violent, murderous goblins that lurk in the ruins of deserted castles

The Arthur’s Seat Coffins

In 1836 17 mysterious wooden figurines in miniature coffins were found on Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh. Debate has raged since over who put them there and for what purpose