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The Creatures of Samhain | HubPages

Samhain isn't just for kids. Here are some of the more monstrous Celtic aspects, as originally published in the Celtic Guide magazine.

Why 'The Witch' is the scariest historical film ever

Robert Eggers’ indie film The Witch brilliantly chronicles Puritan life in the Horror soon ensues as children disappear into the woods and one girl, Thomasina, is accused of witchcraft.

The 'three hares' motif is an ancient mystery for our times | New Scientist

Or a way to advertise good fortune? A fascinating book ranges from Devon to China in its search for the origin of an enigmatic image

Borowa Ciotka. Pani kaszubskich lasów - Magazyn Kaszuby

Borowa Ciotka. Pani kaszubskich lasów - Magazyn Kaszuby

Touch Wood for Luck | The History & Superstition of 'Touch Wood'

Touch Wood for Luck | The History & Superstition of 'Touch Wood'

Plants have long been a source of inspiration, magic, and awe. Learn here at Gardener’s Path about the folkloric origins of your favorite garden residents!

English magic: how folklore haunts the British landscape

The Land of the Green Man by Carolyne Larrington shows how supernatural stories can help us understand reality.

Dark Ages royal palace discovered in Cornwall – in area closely linked to the legend of King Arthur | The Independent

Dark Ages royal palace discovered in Cornwall – in area closely linked to the legend of King Arthur | The Independent

The Black Walker of the Ford, Rannoch Moor | The Cry Of the Sedge

The Black Walker of the Ford, Rannoch Moor

In the graves of ancient women we find spindles for handspinning. The spindle was her tool, her power, and she needed it in the afterlife.

Spinning Yarn In the Grave. Women buried with handspinning spindles 3000 years ago

Cornwall is a region of the British Isles that is rich in folklore & superstition. Here is a selection of some of the more chilling tales featuring The Gump, Jan Tregeagle, & Portreath's giant, Wrath.

Chûn Quoit, meaning "the house on the downs", derived from the Cornish Chy-an-Woon is a feature of Woon Gumpus Common. Photo by Ron Allday, from Geograph Creative Commons.