Haunted churches are interesting. I'd also like to see an article or two about the ghostly black dogs of England. I've been interested in hellhound tales since I read The Hound of the Baskervilles as a kid.
Old churches are all spooky at night, and even more so if they're surrounded by a graveyard. I've read about several haunted churches in New York. I also like stories about ghostly black hellhounds and a lot of them are seen around old churchyards.
I have quite a lot of information about British hellhouds, particularly those in Yorkshire, which covers the counties of North, South and West Yorkshire, and those on Dartmoor, where The Hound of the Baskervilles is set.
If you're planning on doing another article like the haunted churches in Essex, I suggest either the hellhounds of Yorkshire or Dartmoor. Everybody loves hellhound stories.
I agree. Either Yorkshire or Dartmoor is OK with me.
I agree, but I'm leaning toward Yorkshire, which, if you include all three Yorkshire counties, should have a lot more incidents of "demon dog" sightings than Dartmoor. Be sure and include the Gabriel Hounds, the name for the Wild Hunt in northern England.