BY HANNAH HORN In the depths of Slavic folklore, the origin and purpose of the wicked Baba Yaga is unclear.
BY HANNAH HORN In the books of mythology, the Romanian Balaur is an enticing creature. The Balaur resides among the
BY HANNAH HORN Lorelei is an enormous rocky cliff that resides about 433 feet above water level in Germany, located
One of the most terrifying monsters in Scottish Gaelic folklore happens to be the odd Ceirean (cirein-cròin or cionarian-cro), a
BY HANNAH HORN Always out and about after dusk, the Pooka (phouka, púca, púka) is a well-known mountain and hill
Rue (Ruta; Rutaceae) has been part of European folklore since ancient times. Its virtues were written about and considered sacred
The trees once had an argument about who should rule over them as king, and some said it should be