Tag Archives: Dracula

A Restless Wind is Blowing Through Highgate

  No one agrees where this story started or rather, there are as many beginnings as there are storytellers. In the early days, Hampstead Heath was the only thing sinister about the area. Highwaymen flourished there, like Dick Turpin, whose … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: Whitby

by Donna Cuttress We considered ourselves lucky to be visiting the famous churchyard of St. Mary’s in Whitby on such a beautiful spring day. As my partner uses a walking stick, we debated climbing the 199 steps that run from … Continue reading

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