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

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

Author Jem Roberts explains the genesis of Unbound Publishing’s 21st Century roadmap of British folktales.

Often overlooked in accounts of English Morris dancing, girls’ (carnival) Morris is a highly competitive, team formation dance popular in

For over 70 years, the oldest established clowning organization has been painting the faces of clowns on eggs. Each is

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

In the middle years of the 12th century, two green-skinned children mysteriously appeared in a field in Suffolk. But who

#FolkloreThursday talks to Beatrice Blue, author and illustrator of 'Once Upon a Unicorn Horn', a magical book for children from First

We all know that Halloween, as a festival, is not an invention of the trick-or-treating Americans but it is far

One could write an encyclopaedia on the appearances of birds in folklore and their association with death and mortality, travelling

Through the museum and quite by accident Helston Museum has several dragons you will see as you walk through its

What sort of music did a 1920s utopian youth movement fiercely opposed to mainstream society actually like? The Kindred of

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