Belief in witches and witchcraft is so widespread that in some countries as many as 9 in 10 people believe in them.
Can dowsers really find water sources using nothing but a wooden stick or is dowsing a centuries-long con ?
Archaeologists have discovered 12th-Century stone markings that were created to ward off evil spirits.
Over 300 years ago, thousands of Scots were burnt at the stake because they were believed to be witches.
The video sharing platform has recently been buzzing with the claim that the Moon has been hexed by witches.
Thousands of witchcraft practitioners are planning to cast a spell on US President Donald Trump later today.
A former prison regarded to be one of Britain's most haunted buildings has a long and disturbing history.
NASA engineers have switched over to the rover's secondary computer to help resolve a technical fault.
A growing number of old shoes have been discovered concealed inside the walls of British homes.
Farmers have been turning to 'water witches' to help them find water during the state's driest periods.
Aviation authorities in Swaziland have aimed tough penalties at witches caught flying over 150m.
Astronomers and scientists have celebrated the completion of the Alma telescope array in Chile.
Witches in Romania could face jail time if their fortune telling predictions turn out to be incorrect.
Romanian witches may soon see earnings from their profession taxed, for better or worse.
The age of light switches and TV remote controls could soon be over as new technology emerges allowing a person to contr...