The ghostly “Wild Hunt” rampaged across European folklore as a company of supernatural huntsmen that often counted fairies and the
From its beginnings in the 1840s until the late twentieth century it was Shakespeare’s Three Witches who inspired the majority
Brittany has a strong storytelling tradition, and the wealth of varied Breton folklore surviving today reflects a society which highly
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Welsh lake legends from the Brecon Beacons: A strange and dangerous old woman, an invisible island and an otherworldly guardian.
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