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Folklore ArticlesIreland, Leprechauns, and the Blarney Stone

St. Patrick's Day comes round but once a year on March 17. Although a few of the more popular...

The History of Halloween

The clock chimes. It is 6:00 pm on October 31st. Children rush out the door, dressed to the nines...

13 Facts About Frankensteins Monster

Take some dead body parts. Stitch them together. Add one mad scientist, and toss in a lightning...

13 Facts About the Grim Reaper

As spooky sights go, a glimpse of the Grim Reaper is enough to send a shiver down most spines. He...

The Origins of Halloween

The Halloween celebration we enjoy today are closely tied to historical events dating back for...

13 Facts About Mummies

Mummies are a popular part of our modern Halloween celebrations. Though enshrouded in mystery,...

Tips for Choosing Your Child's Halloween Costume

Halloween is a wonderful holiday. The ghost stories, the pumpkin carving, the copious amounts of...

The Giant's Causeway

In County Antrim, Northern Ireland, a bridge disappears into the sea only a short distance from...

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