Mythical being of Orcadian folklore that lives in the sea during summer; also known as Mither of the Sea
Fairy-like creatures at the centre of a shamanistic Scottish cult that existed in the 16th century. Members were able to enter into a trance which allowed them to fly out at night on swallows and join with the seely wights.
Collection of 12 humorous conversations between George and his uncle, and two reminiscences, by H. G. Wells, first published in 1895.
Former manor house built in Sharston, an area of Wythenshawe, Manchester, England in 1701.
Manufacture of shoddy and mungo, an early form of recycling, was an important industry in the Heavy Woollen district of West Yorkshire.
Redirected to Jinney Bingham, Mother Damnable
Colliery on the South Yorkshire Coalfield at Grange Moor in West Yorkshire, between Wakefield and Huddersfield on the A642 road.
Distinctive form of Baroque architecture which evolved on the island of Sicily, off the southern coast of Italy, in the 17th and 18th centuries that has given the island a unique architectural identity.
Self-made millionaire from Aberdeen
Descendent of an old Scottish family whose main seat was Lochnaw Castle in Wigtownshire, Scotland.