Fife witch expert Lenny Low tells Michael Alexander how he came to receive new information about the fate of an 18th century East Neuk man tortured to death after being wrongly accused of ‘witchcraft’.
With Halloween upon us, Fife Council archaeologist Douglas Speirs speaks to Michael Alexander about the macabre history of grave robbing in Fife, Tayside and beyond.
The East Neuk villages of Elie and Earlsferry have long been a popular destination for visitors. Back in the 12th Century, Earlsferry was established as the northern terminus of a ferry route conveying pilgrims across the Firth of Forth from North Berwick on their journey to St Andrews, while Elie grew up around a more sheltered fishing harbour.
A country home close to Pittenweem lies at the end of a farm road and borders onto fields. Grange House enjoys tremendous seclusion, far reaching views across the Forth, and an easy stroll to the coast.
Alone and in complete darkness, Thomas Black died a terrible death on the Fife shoreline, trapped in mud, with the tide slowly creeping in.
A horrified mother has described how her two-year-old daughter picked up a hypodermic needle on the beach at Elie.
A 42-year-old man has died while kite surfing off the Fife coast.
When rockpooling always be aware of what the tide is doing in case you get cut off.
Two holiday lettings businesses in the East Neuk of Fife have been acquired by an investment firm.
Crail harbour is one of the prettiest little ports in the country, its rugged stone breakwater a haven for fishing boats since the 16th century.