As it turns out, if you spot an orb outside, there are a couple of other orbsplanations available. So, let’s say you’re out just a wanderin’ around the woods one night and you see a glowing ball of light in the distance. It could be a one person rave, which is kind of sad but not life threatening.
Are you ready to get away from it all for the weekend? Trips to the lake or beach are expensive and a snore. You can do better than that. Have you ever wanted to visit an area where nightmares come to life?
It’s hard to say which child discovered it first, but the kids in Terrell, TX began receiving gifts of candy. Someone would creep up to their windows at night while they were sleeping, close enough to just slip an arm in, and leave a piece of candy on their windowsill.
So, what can you expect? Um, some scary dudes who were actually human and led to the creation of some of my favorite vengeful ladies, road trip advice, some super cute fun guys, vampires, petite kings, a huge snail, interviews with a ghost and possibly Seth Rogan. You can expect a lot of things, but all of them will be informative and entertaining.
Hey Bookworms! You may or may not have heard yet, but this is my last Folklore Friday column. Because I have the attention span of a toddler, now just felt like a really good time to step away and focus on writing something new. Before we commence with the folklore shenanigans this week I justContinue reading “That’s a Wrap(ped Ghost)”
I’m coming for those yellow-bellied terrapin bastards and I’m coming full force.
If you’re hell bent on cheating at Lent there are a couple of techniques you can use to avoid the wrath of the Rougarou. The easiest one is to place 13 objects between yourself and your wolfy pursuer.
Ludwig is still around today and he’s thriving. He’s made himself part of the neighborhood only now, instead of a lunch of longshoremen, he has hipster hors d’oeuvres.
The poor kid has real mother issues. See, before he was born his parents already had twelve kids. Maybe his folks were hoping that things like small pox and roving bears would trim down their herd, but the family remained in bafflingly good health.
Nobody actually knows where Will ‘o the Wisps came from but my favorite explanation is that they are the souls of people who have been deemed too evil to enter heaven or hell, so they’re forced to spend their afterlife haunting the earth.