Phew, I did it. Somehow. The last few months have been, shall we say, a tad hectic here at the monstrous folklore HQ (or should it be, wolf’s den – I dunno). Not only did I get married last month (Thank you, thank you!) and go on our honeymoon to Whitby, we also discovered thatContinue reading “Dark Economies: Anxious Futures, Fearful Pasts – 21st-23rd 2021”
Tag Archives: Arthur Conan Doyle
“Mrs Stone: Sussex Vampire, Revenant or Both?” – The Room in the Tower (1912) -by E. F. Benson
23/06/2020 – Craig Thomson ‘I knew you would come to the room in the tower.’ it said. ‘I have been long waiting for you. At last you have come. Tonight we shall feast; before long we will feast together.’ -E. F. Benson, The Room in The Tower (1912) Of all the famous Late 19th andContinue reading ““Mrs Stone: Sussex Vampire, Revenant or Both?” – The Room in the Tower (1912) -by E. F. Benson”
The Folklore Podcast Lectures – Upcoming July and August events!
Hello all – I thought it best to use this time to promote what looks to be two very exciting lectures that are coming up from THE FOLKLORE PODCAST in July and August. The first event will be on Saturday July 18, where Podcast creator and host Mark Norman will discuss Black Dog folklore andContinue reading “The Folklore Podcast Lectures – Upcoming July and August events!”
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