It’s probably easy to guess the favorite holiday of anyone who spends their time jaunting here around the site — and that fact is no different for many of the fey folk who cross the Irish plains and hold a cozy place in the Unseelie Courts.
It’s said that Halloween first
Originating in lore from ancient Scottish lowlands, Fey Folk are said to reign from one of two kingdoms, the Seelie Court and the Unseelie Court. And while Seelie and Unseelie are both used to describe the reigning kingdoms, the words are also often used to describe faeries themselves based on
Growing up 10 minutes outside of an Indian Reservation in the northwest US, I overheard my fair share of Native American lore, or at least, that of the particular nation that lived nearby. For the most part, these urban legends consisted of things like Water Babies (imagine my surprise when
What is happening in Chicago? Why are so many people suddenly spotting flying anomalies? Is it a bird? A plane? Superman?
It's definitely not a plane or Superman, and if it's a bird, it's a new, as yet unidentified, species.
What am I talking about?
Something interesting that Fortean Researcher Lon Strickler from
Last week I learned that crocodile diving is a thing. It's all thanks to a fellow ParaMania Radio pal, Jay Lynch, who hosts the Sit, Chat & Laugh with the Lynch's with his wife, Teresa, on Mondays from 7-9 EDT.
Jay shared a link on his timeline that included this video
Did you hear about the students at Pranktown Elementary in Chicanery, Tennessee who created a zombie cat for their science fair project?
Students in Ms. April's fourth grade class love all things zombies. So much so that they set out to create one of their very own.
It all started as a
In case you were checked out of social media this weekend, the Internet was blowing up with shares of news stories about the Loch Ness Monster, such as :
The Scotman's Most convincing picture of the Loch Ness monster ever taken?
The Express's Loch Ness Monster FOUND at last? Astonishing