For many residents of ancient Britain, curses involved invoking a god to influence a particular individual according to their wishes
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Today we have a featured story from The Emerald Isle, and Dee Dee Chainey talks to Ronan Burke, who runs the website – a great place to find stories of Ireland and its legends! It was in the time of legends and heroes, when the Tuatha Dé Dannan had determined to go into their deep […]
In Bashall Eaves there’s a bridge which is said to have been built in a single night, in order to help a local man escape from witches. At Rowley Hall, by the stream which runs close to the Hall, people have sometimes found pieces of fairy clothes. And in Goosnargh, one night, long ago, a […]