The boulder imprisoned an ancient demon that was released as soon as the stone broke. To add insult to injury, anyone who touches the rock is thought to die...
Originating in Wales in the 18th and 19th centuries, corpse candles are an omen of death.
Telling the Bees!
Telling the Bees, 1879 Following a death, the list of duties seem endless. From booking the undertaker to choosing the coffin, plot or crematorium, the list of necessities seems endless. But of all of these commitments, the most important of them, the most integral of all, is telling the bees. It’s a matter of tradition,... Continue Reading →
The Lambton Worm: Here Be Dragons
Heard the one about the boy who skipped church and summoned the Devil?
Invoking the Owlman
England in the 1970s; disco, flares, chilled bottles of blue nun...
And a six-foot owl man.