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Small Town Haunts @SmallTownHaunts
RT @TheGhastling: Those who wake up with a stiff neck have been visited by a ghost. #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/iNs9p9MQpR
Mark Rees @reviewwales
In the dark waters of Llyn Cwm Llwch lake, Brecon Beacons, is an invisible island ruled by a beneficent fairy queen… https://t.co/C9X3EZjDrd
Majo @majo_woods
RT @FolkloreFilmFes: #FolkloreThursday 'The Firebird' (1964) dir Vladimir Samsonov. Soviet #film of a #Russian fairytale using paint-on-gla…
George F Killgoar 3 @harehunterfield
RT @FolkloreFilmFes: #FolkloreThursday 'The Firebird' (1964) dir Vladimir Samsonov. Soviet #film of a #Russian fairytale using paint-on-gla…
Lori Hahnel @LoriHahnel
RT @FolkloreFilmFes: #FolkloreThursday 'The Firebird' (1964) dir Vladimir Samsonov. Soviet #film of a #Russian fairytale using paint-on-gla…
G. H. Finn @GanferHaarFinn
RT @FolkloreFilmFes: #FolkloreThursday 'The Firebird' (1964) dir Vladimir Samsonov. Soviet #film of a #Russian fairytale using paint-on-gla…
Lynn @lynngerridog
RT @SRanceRiley: #NationalToothFairyDay & #FolkloreThursday For millennia, Tooth Worms were believed to cause toothache & decay. https://t…
Erika.B "Atsu-hime" @1Atsuhimerose2
RT @mjpcuervo: A sorcerer asking the dead to reveal the secrets of the unseen world. The Spell. William Fettes Douglas. #FolkloreThursday h…
Tasha Keith @d3vst8u
RT @Tatiana19796: John Keats died #OTD in 1821. For #FolkloreThursday, his poem 'Lamia': https://t.co/DAOrIf3Lhk https://t.co/Us8uC60gds
Recovering_Democrat @InAbsentia9
RT @KateExeter: Julia Margaret Cameron The Passing of Arthur 1874 #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/rOvR3GZ3mI
MoniqueMarie @MarieFrettoloso
RT @KateExeter: Julia Margaret Cameron The Passing of Arthur 1874 #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/rOvR3GZ3mI
❄️ Andy Temperley ❄️ @TheCofaTree
RT @HooklandGuide: Modern folklore - a #pylon person or child of the hum. #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/T0gm7ulzQk
Robin D. Ashe @VampWriterGRRL
RT @KateExeter: Julia Margaret Cameron The Parting of Lancelot and Guinevere 1874 #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/PtutX6WO1Z
Scott Philbrook @AstonshngLegnds
RT @Tatiana19796: #FolkloreThursday A Nunivak Cup'ig man with raven maskette. The raven is Ellam Cua or Creator god in the Cup’ig mythology…
JV Seem @jannelandet
RT @Tatiana19796: #FolkloreThursday A Nunivak Cup'ig man with raven maskette. The raven is Ellam Cua or Creator god in the Cup’ig mythology…
Interpal @InterpalUK
Hisham's Palace in #Jericho is an early Islamic site. It's 'Tree of Life' mosaic is now being restored… https://t.co/OVQGu4GnTA
Wellcome Collection @ExploreWellcome
Leadwort (Plumbago auriculata, SA), used as charm to ward off lightning. #MakingNature🌺 and #SparkOfLife⚡️ collide… https://t.co/9kdRZPkZZ2
Dr Bill Hughes @BillBloodyHughe
RT @anne_obrien: To cure a stye in the eye: cross it 9 times with the tip of your cat's tail. #Herefordshire folklore. #folklorethursday
Open Graves & Minds @OGOMProject
RT @anne_obrien: To cure a stye in the eye: cross it 9 times with the tip of your cat's tail. #Herefordshire folklore. #folklorethursday
Akshay Tailor @AksTailor
RT @FolkloreThurs: Hello! This is @BenTheEpicure waking up to the good news that it is #FolkloreThursday. https://t.co/EmM8spOihu
Işık Barış Fidaner @barisfidaner
RT @mariella2: Scheherazade from Alf Layla wa Layla (Arabian Nights) illustrated by Edmund Dulac #folklorethursday https://t.co/czIa3KJjpF
Nick Cyanide @NickCyanide
RT @NinaAntonia13: The Meaning of Overlook - according to 'Mastering Witchcraft' (1970) : 'To Cast The Evil Eye' #folklorethursday https://…
The Anomalist @anomalistnews
RT @Skionar: Votive and pagan heads found on the Isle of Wight #folklorethursday https://t.co/v1nFJY4WzH
Tasha Keith @d3vst8u
RT @Baglady_Designs: Bogle & Creeping Horror, for #folklorethursday https://t.co/aaqk9YgIKH
Alice Brierley @Alice_Brierley
RT @WVFolklife: We're big fans of #FolkloreThursday around here. Join us! https://t.co/XGmvnLoBuX
Alice Brierley @Alice_Brierley
RT @lucyreid70: Fairy Folklore: The Unchanging Appeal of Changelings https://t.co/lcIxTKfFoR via @folklorethursday #folklorethursday
Jen Rue @rueandhyssop
RT @housepie: On the (fried dough) food traditions of Helvetia, WV's Fasnacht, coming up this Saturday. #FolkloreThursday @nprfood https://…
Benedict McWhiskers @rockymtnXman
RT @twitchoftheday: #FolkloreThursday In German Sibirian Jay called Unglückshäher (misfortune jay) and is a bad portent in Lapland his appe…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @SkotArmstrong: #folklorethursday JAPAN- the Kasaobake is an umbrella that’s become a ghost after its 100th birthday. https://t.co/MK119…
⚓ Writer's Life ⚓ @MyNameisShade
RT @SkotArmstrong: #folklorethursday JAPAN- the Kasaobake is an umbrella that’s become a ghost after its 100th birthday. https://t.co/MK119…
quinton godsell @QuintonGodsell
RT @SkotArmstrong: #folklorethursday JAPAN- the Kasaobake is an umbrella that’s become a ghost after its 100th birthday. https://t.co/MK119…
Zack @ ECCC V2-B @ZackDavisson
RT @SkotArmstrong: #folklorethursday JAPAN- the Kasaobake is an umbrella that’s become a ghost after its 100th birthday. https://t.co/MK119…
Erin Pringle @WhatSheMight
RT @SkotArmstrong: #folklorethursday JAPAN- the Kasaobake is an umbrella that’s become a ghost after its 100th birthday. https://t.co/MK119…
Renee Lascala @ReneeLascala
RT @a57998: #FolkloreThursday I would like to read tales and legends of the thunderbird. https://t.co/ORcaIGQw4H
(((Elaine Powell))) @empowellauthor
RT @alicia_gaile: One of my favorite poems. #folklorethursday La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad by John Keats https://t.co/If9NYLhjIL http…
R @spoonstirred
RT @HorribleSanity: The Devil goes shopping for boots. Hilarity ensues! (Sheffield Independent, Dec. 8, 1821) #FolkloreThursday https://t.c…
Silver Butterfly @1310_aconite
RT @alicia_gaile: One of my favorite poems. #folklorethursday La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad by John Keats https://t.co/If9NYLhjIL http…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @DanielH_Den: C.S. Lewis, Sometimes Fairy Stories May Say Best What’s to be Said #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/HO7OWEnN1b
ドキドキ Ral @PaladinGoth
RT @DanielH_Den: C.S. Lewis, Sometimes Fairy Stories May Say Best What’s to be Said #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/HO7OWEnN1b
Folklore_Film_Fest @FolkloreFilmFes
@SkotArmstrong I *love* Kasaobake! Here he is in 'Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare' (1968). #folklorethursday https://t.co/VVT6wYojd3
Dee Dee Chainey @DeeDeeChainey
RT @FolkloreThurs: Good afternoon #FolkloreThursday! @DeeDeeChainey here until 4GMT. Do we have any #storm folklore today? https://t.co/tF0…
E @Xavgenper
RT @FTerryChandler: Dating from 1667 British folk tradition- #folklorethursday Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide Football exhibition opens https:…
Chris Woodyard @hauntedohiobook
#FolkloreThursday 1929 Sud Americano liner stopped to save ship's cat Olaf, believing the loss of a cat at sea is followed by disaster.
Karen Lee Street @karenleestreet
RT @everhartmuseum: #FolkloreThursday - Victorian funereal embroidery contained symbolic images of mourning as the weeping willows in this…
Kelsey Erin Lee @KelseyErinLee
The hannya is a female demon often depicted in Noh theatre. Thank you Mr. Kitazawa for teaching me this yesterday!… https://t.co/q33PUgN3IE
Chris Woodyard @hauntedohiobook
#FolkloreThursday Wonderful cover for The Serpent with 8 Heads, 1885 Japanese fairy tale. You can read at this link… https://t.co/9Qi8A6yG8Q
Scott Philbrook @AstonshngLegnds
RT @FolkloreThurs: Good afternoon #FolkloreThursday! @DeeDeeChainey here until 4GMT. Do we have any #storm folklore today? https://t.co/tF0…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @serbiaireland: #folklorethursday Serbian mythological creatures from "How to defend yourself from monsters" guide for kids. Seventh on…
The Book of Kels @Nezchan
RT @serbiaireland: #folklorethursday Serbian mythological creatures from "How to defend yourself from monsters" guide for kids. Seventh on…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @FTerryChandler: Dorset Knob Throwing & other folk traditions. An array of strange English events #folklorethursday https://t.co/4cq28cK…
(((Alice Puck))) @me_worlds
RT @serbiaireland: #folklorethursday Serbian mythological creatures from "How to defend yourself from monsters" guide for kids. Seventh on…
Erin Pringle @WhatSheMight
RT @brittanyexpert: The storm stone in Brocéliande - splash it with water from the spring to cause a storm #FolkloreThursday #storm #Br…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @a57998: #FolkloreThursday “The Hen Who Went to Dovre Mountain so All the World Would Not End” Read somethg like it before? https://t.…
((((James Barton)))) @realjamesbarton
RT @a57998: #FolkloreThursday “The Hen Who Went to Dovre Mountain so All the World Would Not End” Read somethg like it before? https://t.…
Diandra Mae @DiandraMae
RT @_TerraIcognita: #FolkloreThursday At the real end of The Road To Santiago,Finisterre-end of the​ flat earth,Middle Ages-FIRE must purif…
Jack Fraser @muninnherself
RT @brittanyexpert: The storm stone in Brocéliande - splash it with water from the spring to cause a storm #FolkloreThursday #storm #Br…
Gill Hoffs @GillHoffs
RT @hauntedohiobook: #FolkloreThursday Wonderful cover for The Serpent with 8 Heads, 1885 Japanese fairy tale. You can read at this link ht…
Daniel @DanielH_Den
The mythical narrative is of timeless and placeless validity. - Ananda Coomaraswamy pg 267 -… https://t.co/6rzXqgYe2Y
Emma Oravecz @emmajaynelive
For #FolkloreThursday I started a new series on the folklore of white supremacy in the US. Here's pt. 1 the basics: https://t.co/tHA6R0EcvQ
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @MSUMuseum: 2017 #Michigan Heritage Awards, Apprenticeship Recipients Announced! #folklorethursday https://t.co/FnN585nzZY https://t.co/…
samantha k @samknovels
RT @hauntedohiobook: #FolkloreThursday Wonderful cover for The Serpent with 8 Heads, 1885 Japanese fairy tale. You can read at this link ht…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @Vengeful_Doe: Ash trees are reputedly abhorrent to snakes - makes sense St. Pat's staff was said to be ash wood! #folklorethursday #Why…
Νανσυ نانسي 🐐 @YaNanous
RT @FolkloreThurs: The #ToothFairy: Buying Teeth Since 1900 by @IcySedgwick for #FolkloreThursday #NationalToothFairyDay https://t.co/KdL3I…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @pedlarsandpetti: #folklorethursday strange haunting in C19 Hampshire.Owners of "The Swallows" flee from screams & ghostly visions of bl…
Clare Goodall @TalksandTales
@FolkloreThurs Who is responsible for the wind on #folklorethursday
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @TalksandTales: It's Shrove Tuesday next week & ever since 1445 Olnry has had a pancake race. It's quite an event #FolkloreThursday http…
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
Do answer this #wind lore poll for #FolkloreThursday! #storm https://t.co/v1PuySRCQY
Erin Pringle @WhatSheMight
RT @SRanceRiley: What's #FolkloreThursday without a little #catlore? Bakeneko is a Japanese Yōkai; mysterious, magical or changed Cat https…
What the Folklore @WTFolklore
Someone made beautiful a story about a guy being useless and a wolf doing all the work for him with no reward.… https://t.co/uJwGqLPVSa
NPM @NeoPteridoMania
RT @emmajaynelive: For #FolkloreThursday I started a new series on the folklore of white supremacy in the US. Here's pt. 1 the basics: htt…
Daniel Salas @d_a_salas
.@nytimes giving off lowkey occult vibes today #folklorethursday https://t.co/gpsjJQl6lu
Chris Woodyard @hauntedohiobook
#FolkloreThursday A vampire-in-a-cemetery story from Ohio reminiscent of Augustus Hare's Croglin Grange Vampire. https://t.co/tGp1nQvns7
Folklore Thursday @FolkloreThurs
RT @MaynardLara: #Toutons (fried bread dough) with molasses. Yummy #Newfoundland #foodways. Pic of my breakfast. #folklorethursday https://…
Chris Woodyard @hauntedohiobook
#FolkloreThursday #TheVictorianBookoftheDead Threats in the form of mini-coffins or crape were common in 19th c US. English/Euro examples?
Kerry E.B. Black @BlackKerryblick
"Cover when you yawn" to prevent the Devil entering you & to keep your breath. Yawns can bring fever. Hindus snap i… https://t.co/EJk9X3hAVl
Small Town Haunts @SmallTownHaunts
RT @MythCrafts: Min Min Lights, an #Australian version of will-o'-the-wisps or #ghost lights #folklorethursday https://t.co/jx5zb0SoKR
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