Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures
Cryptozoology is the study of "hidden" animals. It is a pseudoscience that involves the search for animals or creatures whose existence has not been proven. Many species that appear in cryptozoological literature are a part of cultural folklore, myths, or legends. There's one critical thing they all have in common: a lack of evidence of their existence. All we've…
Piros kalocsai minta falmatrica (Falma
Piros kalocsai minta falmatrica, Dekoráció, Magyar motívumokkal, Otthon, lakberendezés, Falmatrica, Meska
Wonderful papercuts from Helen Musselwhite For more see helenmusselwhite.co.uk/blog/
The Monsters from under the bed won't let anyone else take what is theirs!
Eachy - Known from British and Scottish folklore, these slimy aquatic humanoids are often mistaken for sea serpents because of their vaguely snakelike body shape. Their existence was first recorded in the year 1873, and several scientific expeditions have been launched the find the beasts since then. They appear to be mildly venomous, a trait that they use to kill mid-sized prey.
Werewolf Legends [Infographic]
Werewolves have dominated legends and myths for hundreds of years. This infographic details their origins from around the world and explores the differences in werewolves culturally.