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Nothing is more intriguing that a good mystery story. Ever since the earliest apes crawled out of the primordial soup and grew legs, mankind has been witness to incredible and frightening phenomena which defy explanation. Imagine how the earliest Human or Neanderthals felt when the Sun suddenly “went out” during the day? He must have been terrified, thinking the gods were angry and that the world was ending. We now understand Solar Eclipse’s but there are still hundreds, no thousands, of phenomena that still defy explanation despite rigorous scientific examination.

Spring-Heeled Jack
13/12/2013Crime Mysteries
In September 1837, a businessman heading home late one night across the wilder reaches of Barnes Common, just outside London, was suddenly startled by a hideous-looking figure known as Spring-Heeled Jack.
The Science of Horror
10/11/2013Natural World
Scientists are now starting to stray into the territory of the horror villain. We pack some wooden stakes and silver bullets and go on the hunt for the science of horror.
A closed mind is like a closed book; just a block of woodChinese Proverb
The Snow Maiden
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
Can wishes come true? Sometimes they can. However, the consequences may not always be what you expect!
Robin Hood
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
When the rich and powerful use their positions to oppress and starve the ordinary people, is there anyone who can stand against them?
The Fairy Flag of the Macleod
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
At times of trouble we all need friends to call upon. The Macleods lived on the Isle of Skye; sometimes they faced great difficulties, but when things seemed really hopeless they could summon some very special helpers indeed.
The Black Egg, Pan Gu and the World
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
There are many myths about how the world came into existence. Here is one from China.
The Knight in Shepherd’s Boots
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
Percival was a straightforward simple soul, who spent his days looking after goats. When he asked to join the Round Table the Knights fell about laughing. Find out who had the last laugh when a wicked Red Knight arrived in Camelot.
How the Troll was Tricked
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
When a big fierce troll arrives, spreading fear and terror on his father's farm, all flee in fear until only Boots is left. How could he possible defeat the troll when his older and stronger brothers had failed?
Finn MacCool and the Giant’s Causeway
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
It is never sensible to pick a fight with someone bigger than you, as the famous Irish Giant Finn MacCool found out. Lucky he had such a clever wife!
Baba-Yaga and Vasilisa the Fair
07/11/2013Myths & Legends
Deep, deep in the Birch forests of Northern Russia there once lived a ferocious witch, a witch that ate people just like others ate chicken. Find out what happened when one young girl entered the witch's hut.