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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

The first of two annual festivals run by TRACS (Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland), TradFest Edinburgh • Dùn Èideann is

Brittany has a strong storytelling tradition, and the wealth of varied Breton folklore surviving today reflects a society which highly

How is a gingerbread house tempting if you've gone gluten-free? Who needs pumpkin coaches when there's Uber? It's a question

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

Welsh lake legends from the Brecon Beacons: A strange and dangerous old woman, an invisible island and an otherworldly guardian.

Each autumn thousands of migrant redwings, fieldfares and bramblings visit the UK from their Scandinavian breeding grounds

First-footing as a New Year custom is most common in Scotland and the north of England, but it does have

How do you rid yourself of a wife who no longer pleases you? Sell her, of course.

The Cailleach, which translates as ‘old woman’, ‘hag’, and ‘veiled one’, exists in both Irish and Scottish Gaelic, and is

Ask anyone for the names of the great fairy tale tellers, But hardly anyone will mention Mary de Morgan, Pre-Raphaelite,

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