Folklore

Last week my girlfriend shared a link with me via Facebook chat that seemed custom-made for one of my blog posts. It concerns a faraway country, political power, folklore, religion and lycanthropy….



I still remember being frightened of that damned clown doll in “Poltergeist”. Via Mysterious Universe: When it comes to haunted dolls, Robert is arguably America’s most famous. The Key West doll is…


Alan Moore interviews are always worth reading. Here he discusses psychogeography as it applies to various of his works. via Reasons I Do Not Dance: What exactly, in your not unlimited understanding,…


LiveScience explores UFO buffs’ stories of the mysterious Men in Black. Were any of these stories true? It is of course possible that at some point dark-suited men from government agencies made inquiries…


Mental Floss has a nice rundown of supernatural monstrosities of traditional African folklore, including ghost apes, flying reptiles, and, at right, the one-eyed Popobawa bat and airborne vampiric pest the Adze: The…