Werewolves. The name alone conjures up nightmarish images from our current pop culture horror films starring this shapeshifting man-wolf.
The joy of folklore is that it can be discovered and enjoyed at any age! Kate Boughton (@bigsmallfolk) shares some fun
Mother goddesses are present in all kinds of mythology around the world. They all bring the archetypical mother qualities: giving
The Swansea Devil is a three-foot tall “cursed” sculpture which is said to have been responsible for destroying a church.
Whilst shamans and their rituals can vary widely from place to place, never in world history has a country industrialized
Even the wild people who once roamed the remote mountains spoke of Catalina with love. As the wind howled they
Remy Dean explores the stories of Wild Kynaston; a medieval noble turned highwayman who may have inspired some of the
A nineteenth century autobiography written by the minister William Leask offers a fascinating insight into supernatural belief in contemporary Orkney.
alking deep into a mine, when the last gleam of sunlight is eclipsed by the next turn, reveals the overwhelming
This piece aims to present the inter-connection between folk tales and myths, and psychology. I then show how this connection
The exhibition "Spellbound: Magic, Ritual & Witchcraft" at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford examines the history of magic over eight
Cars and motorbikes have been with us for over 130 years. In that time they’ve gathered superstitions and urban legends