Chris Kullstroem delves into the world of monsters, their cultural festivals and scare tourism…
The concept of a witch, that is a practitioner of magic, has been part of western folklore for centuries, yet throughout that time it has been subject to continuous reinterpretations.
The idea that the womb wandered about the female body was prevalent in antiquity, even after it was disproven by some ancient physicians.
The exploration into the origins of common superstitions continues with spilling salt as a bad omen.
According to some, leaving shoes on the table is a harbinger of death. This originates from the practice of honouring fatalities in the mining industry.