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The tale of Tristan and Isolde became a popular Arthurian tale during the 12th century, though it is believed to

Cats of musical genius and royal birth fiddle their way through some of our most beloved nursery rhymes. Known as

A Welsh legend from the Red Lake tells the story of a doomed marriage between a mortal farmer and a

The Victorian newspaper archives are full of unusual ghost sightings, but there aren’t many as unique, or with a more

May Day is a traditional spring celebration in many cultures, linked with Gaelic Beltane, and is now also the date of Labour

De Nugis Curialium is a strange book in which history, religious debate and court satire are interwoven with a tangle

In the autumn of 1972, numerous Swedish newspapers described how werewolves were causing people to panic in a town in

You turn around, and all of a sudden, you see that something is approaching, moving towards you. You notice a

Hares and folklore… hmmm… how many words, I wonder (or ‘griffles’, even?), have been written about this one bounding, leaping,

Italian festivals offer glimpses of life in a previous time through food, re-enactments and sporting events. These events will satisfy

When considering dog folklore, we generally think of those stories which feature the Grimm, the Gytrash, or other sinister black

Deep below the depths of the ocean, creatures from myth, legend, and lore, stalk our nightmares and give us chills,

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