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By Andreas Charalambous

This House Is Haunted is the most comrehensive book written on the infamous 'Enfield Poltergeist' case of the 1970s. Written by Guy Lyon Playfair - one of the original paranormal investigators on the case at the time - we are given an in-depth account of the chilling real-life events that took place in a typical suburban home in North London.

By Andreas Charalambous - 27th October 2013

I first came across Jeremy Dyson's The Haunted Book a year ago.


As a keen fan of much of his works, I purchased the book with the expectation that Dyson would deliver his usual mixture of dark humour and unique way of telling a good ghost story.


Does it live up to expectation?


Best known for her role as the sexy female Cenobite from Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Barbie Wilde offers us a glimpse into the darkness of a psychopath's mind, in her novel The Venus Complex.


We review this controversial and sexually-charged tale of obsession and murder.

By Ray Aldridge Morris - 15th November 2013

By Andreas Charalambous - 19th November 2013

Following the recent success of James Wan’s The Conjuring, many readers with an interest in the paranormal may have investigated further the names of Ed and Lorraine Warren.


Although a fictional tale, The Conjuring does have an element of fact in its narrative. The opening scene of the film introduces us to the case of Annabelle – a doll that appears to be host to something paranormal. This is just one of the real-life cases that Ed and Lorraine Warren had actually investigated, and one of the early chapters of the book, The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Written by writer/director of feature noir thriller Do Not Disturb, we review BC Furtney's latest novella You, Me, and the Devil Makes Three.


A horror/erotica novella, published by Comet Press.

By Ray Aldridge Morris - 27th December 2013

Penned by first-time author Neil Spring, The Ghost Hunters tells the story of Harry Price and Sarah Grey, whose paranormal investigations lead them to Borley Rectory - reputedly the most haunted location in Britain.


Having debunked other 'hauntings' before, will they prove the same here, or does something more sinister await them at the Rectory?

By Andreas Charalambous - 23rd January 2014

A zombie novel with a difference, Northern Lights begins with an intense display of the Aurora Borealis in Scandinavia.


The tranquil backdrop soon becomes a breeding ground for the undead, but all is not as you would come to expect.

By Andreas Charalambous - 22nd May 2014

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