A mermaid who enticed a chorister from the local parish church to live with her in the sea.
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Folk tales about the king of a society of talking cats.
Emic and etic are terms used to describe two different kinds of field research in a wide field of studies, from the view of the insider or the observer respectively.
17th-century woman, also known as Mother Red Cap and the Shrew of Kentish Town, suspected of being a witch, a murderer and poisoner.
The official record states that Thomas Lyon-Bowes died shortly after his birth, but rumours have circulated that he was born horribly deformed and raised in a secret room in Glamis Castle, the so-called Monster of Glamis.
Orcadian folklorist and antiquarian
The church grim is a spirit that protects graveyards from witches and the Devil, usually appearing as a black dog.
Devil’s doors are blocked-up doors in the north wall of a church, once believed to have been an escape route for the Devil when he left a child as a result of the sacrament of baptism.
Young Cornish servant girl endowed with the power to heal and prophetise after being visited by fairies