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Derwen Ceubren yr Ellyll, which means “The Hollow Oak, Haunt of Demons” or “The Blasted Oak of Spirits” was a

Today we have a featured story from The Emerald Isle, and Dee Dee Chainey talks to Ronan Burke, who runs

Through myth, fairy tale and legend, powerful women are depicted as dark, cruel and calculating, and they are often naturally

For centuries, stories from Irish myth and legend have ignited imaginations all over the world. Today, mysterious records of seemingly-impossible

“I’ve got something a lot better to exchange for that cow though, Jack,” said the man. “Something much more valuable

“Bones of 7ft Hound from Hell Black Shuck ‘Discovered.'” During an archaeological dig, the skeletal remains of a very large

This legendary fat-stealer stalks indigenous communities in the rural Andean highlands. In the Peruvian Andes, they say he wanders the

Today, moles are usually unappreciated residents of our gardens and fields, but they are embedded in folklore and for centuries

Many Welsh lakes have legends and myths connected to them, and Kenfig Pool is no exception having associations with a

The city of Peterborough in the east of England and its surrounding region is one of the few English areas

Fairies were frequently blamed in Irish culture for events out of the ordinary or scenarios that were difficult to explain.

Here, we catch up with five “lesser known” North American monsters

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