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Discover the old myths and tall tales handed down over the generations from our ancient lands…

Interview with Theresa Coyne of DarkLand at the National Leprechaun Museum

ANN MASSEY O'REGAN talks to Theresa Coyne about DarkLand's journey into dark Irish folklore at the National Leprechaun Museum

Night At The Leprechaun Museum, Dublin

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CHRIS RUSH tells us about his night spent surrounded by dark Irish folklore at Dublin's Leprechaun Museum

The Legend of Mitchell’s Fold Stone Circle

PHILIP DAVIES tells of us the mystery surrounding Mitchell's Fold Circle in Shropshire...

Top 10 creepiest Welsh ghosts, monsters and creatures of the night

CLAIRE BARRAND reveals some of Wales' most disturbing folk legends...

Cursing Stones, the mysterious altar for revenge in Ireland

Cursing stones have been used to exact revenge throughout Ireland for centuries. CHRIS RUSH takes a closer look.

The Wrekin Giant, the monster who hated the people of Shrewsbury

The Wrekin Giant
PHILIP DAVIES tells us how the Wrekin Giant's grudge lead to him to create hills in Shropshire

How to use the Witch’s Rosary

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Rosary beads aren’t something that is just limited to the Christian faith as PHILIP DAVIES finds out

Black dogs and other terrifying warnings of death

Guest writer K.B. GODDARD ponders the legends of portents of death around the Spooky Isles

The art of co-operating with fairies

AMY VAN CASTEELE says fairies can be helpful or problematic depending on how you deal with them...

What is a Selkie or Seal Bride?

AMY VAN DE CASTEELE reveals that not all Scottish fairiers are landlubbers...

Arthur Conan Doyle and the Cottingley Fairies

NIA JONES looks at the fascinating case of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and The Cottingley Fairies

The Ying and Yang of Scottish Fairy Queens

AMY VAN DE CASTEELE reveals how stories of fairies differ greatly in different parts of Scotland

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