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Lore

Aaron Mahnke

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The award-winning podcast (also a TV show & book series) about dark historical tales. Each episode explores the mysterious creatures, tragic events, and unusual places that fill the pages of history. Because sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction.
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Host Carman Carrion explores myriad myths both modern and ancient to discover what mankind fears - and why we fear it. From monsters old and new as well as unexplained and unsolved cases, this podcast is sure to terrify. Where does our folklore come from, and why is it so freaky?
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Myths and Legends

Jason Weiser, Carissa Weiser, Nextpod

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Jason Weiser and Carissa Weiser tell stories from myths, legends, and folklore that have shaped cultures throughout history. Some, like the stories of Aladdin, King Arthur, and Hercules are stories you think you know, but with surprising origins. Others are stories you might not have heard, but really should. All the stories are sourced from world folklore, but retold for modern ears. These are stories of wizards, knights, Vikings, dragons, princesses, and kings from the time when the world ...
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Fabulous Folklore will give you your weekly fix of fabulous folklore in fifteen minutes (or less)! Hosted by fantasy and Gothic horror writer, Icy Sedgwick, the podcast explores folklore, legends, superstitions, mythology, and all things weird, occult and unusual.
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This is After Dark: Myths, Misdeeds and the Paranormal. The podcast that takes you to the shadiest corners of the past, unpicking history’s spookiest, strangest, and most sinister stories. Join historians Anthony Delaney and Maddy Pelling, every Monday and Thursday to take a look at the darker side of history. From haunted pubs and Houdini, to witch trials and weird UFO sightings. After Dark: Myths, Misdeeds and the Paranormal - a podcast by History Hit, the world's best history channel and ...
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Susto

Ayden Castellanos

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Susto is a podcast of ooky-spooky scary stories centered around the folklore of Latinx and Hispanic cultures. Hosted by Adrian...or Ayden. Either way!
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A stroll through the rich and fascinating folklore of Britain and Ireland. From music, to psychogeography, to what to do if you notice the devil following you to church. It's a long, strange trip and there are no guarantees you'll be home in time for dinner. Each episode also includes a mini-almanac for the month ahead. If you enjoy this show, feel free to buy me a coffee https://bit.ly/2SWoNqH Music by @big.big.sky | Additional artists referenced in each episode | Logo design James Fisher
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Fieldnotes And Folklore is a naturalist's view of science, nature, and culture. Naturalist Bekah Simon takes listeners outdoors to learn about what is out there and how different types of people have used or thought about each topic.
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Digital Folklore

Perry Carpenter & Mason Amadeus | Realm

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Digital Folklore is an immersive audio adventure that takes place inside a fictional universe, but explores the real-world truths behind various expressions of internet culture and how each holds up a mirror to the society from which they emerge. This podcast is great for audio fiction fans who really really want to enjoy interview-based shows, or for listeners who love expert interviews and insights but long for something unique and unexpected. Join Perry Carpenter and Mason Amadeus as they ...
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Latin American folklore, myths, legends, haunted places and espooky cuentos del rancho. Hear the stories you grew up with like La Llorona, as well as true stories from listeners and guests. Join friends, Cristina & MJ, every Friday as they share these tales and have a few laughs. Stay espooky!
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Magick & Alchemy by Tamed Wild is an enchanting podcast for modern-day witches and the earth-spirited. Join hosts Kristin Lisenby and Kate Belew each week as they discuss witchcraft, divination, mythology, and all things magick and alchemy.
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Luke Mordue examines the historical impact of the stories that haunt our society, tales that have gripped towns and cities worldwide for centuries as true events - Urban Legends. First, hear the tales retold as short stories before delving into the history of the legend, dissecting its cultural significance, factuality, and origins. Released Fortnightly alongside a mini-series that delves into shorter legends under the title of 'Modern Myths'.
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New England Legends Podcast

Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger

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Twice each week, legend hunter, author, and historian Jeff Belanger and radio host Ray Auger explore the ghosts, monsters, aliens, folklore, history, roadside oddities, true crime, and legends of New England in this award-winning podcast. If you give us about twenty minutes, we’ll give you something strange to talk about today. The bizarre is closer than you think!
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A bite sized look into the monsters of global folklore, cryptozoology and mythology with your host, Erin. Jump in and learn about your favourite monsters from Gorgons to Kelpies, to Wendigos to Bigfoot. Stay spooky every Thursday with a new episode with a new monster from another culture. Get in touch on Twitter at @mythmonsterspod
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From the creepy attic's dark corners to the very end of a shadow-filled dirt road, our minds wander towards the odd, supernatural and not easily explained. Pull up a cozy seat and your favorite beverage and delve into our Strange but True stories from around the globe and beyond.
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Eerie Essex

Bethan Briggs-Miller and Ailsa Clarke

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A podcast for those who want to join us on our journey into the stranger side of the county. We will be exploring the folklore, urban legends and supernatural encounters that form part of it's rich history.
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Drinking whiskey in the kitchen and telling scary stories around the fire. Music and mayhem, fearful fiction and furious fact, tall tales and terrible truths. A Scary Home Companion is a sinister variety show, featuring original stories and original music
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iNTO THE FRAY executes one-on-one conversations with top-rated investigators and experiencers in various fields...including Cryptozoology, the paranormal, UFOlogy, true crime, and all other manners of the supernatural. Join Shannon LeGro every Thursday at 7pm PST as she speaks to those with first-hand accounts of the strange, scary, and unexplained.intothefrayradio.com
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Honey and the Hex

Folklore, Myths, Legends, and Witchcraft

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Honey and the Hex is a sibling duo exploring the origins, traditions and intersections of folklore and where they lie today. Each episode, join Tansie and Tatum as they delve into magick and mystery, at the crossroads of myth and reality. Using personal anecdotes, they shine a light on the past and how it’s not always as distant as it seems. Artwork by Wee Moody Judy
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Join friends Erin and Sarah as they explore some of the best myths and legends featured in film and television. We’ll discover how those tall tales turned into legendary monsters or beloved heroes. When we're not covering monsters and things that go bump in the night, we'll analyze some of our favorite movies and discover their surprising links to mythology, ancient and modern alike. Join us!
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Norfolk Folklore Society

Norfolk Folklore Society

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The Norfolk Folklore Society podcast hosted by Siofra Connor & Stacia Briggs. We hope to entice folklore lovers, stone spotters, paranormal investigators, cryptozoologists, folk horror enthusiasts, ufologists, magic users and any other curious souls to join us on our strange journeys around Norfolk.
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Folkloring

Tracy Nicholas and Tanya Carwyn

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In the ancient forest of the past, the roots of our family trees intertwine. Deep within the heartwood of our lineages, the stories and folkways of our people slumber, abundant with timeless truths. Folklore, the old key, turns the lock to unveil this ancestral treasure, inviting us to breathe life into the forgotten ways of yore. "Welcome to 'Folkloring,' the podcast that takes you beyond folklore discussions and invites you to actively engage with practical folklore and magic in your daily ...
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A storytelling podcast featuring stories with recipes and food history connected to each episode's story. Is the food in fairytales and folklore really symbolic or does it just make the tale relatable? Food and stories have their own rituals and feed different parts of us. If you had to choose between the two, could you? How is the history of food tied into stories? Will this podcast answer these questions or will there just be a great story and a highly tenuous link to a delicious recipe? Y ...
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Philippine Campfire Stories

Earl Jerico | The Pod Network

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Philippine Campfire Stories is a storytelling podcast focused on creating content that celebrates the local stories of myths, folklore, legends and true supernatural experiences. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/philippinecampfirestories. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Folklore: Beliefs, traditions & culture of the people. Traditional folklore themes from around the world. One episode each month features a special guest from the field of folklore. Recalling our forgotten history, recording the new. The Folklore Podcast
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No-Clipping Reality (Liminal Spaces & Possibility) Out of the frying pan, and into the... backrooms, I guess? Welcome to the final episode of Digital Folklore's second season! We hope you've enjoyed the ride so far. Perry and Mason wander through endless, yellow, dank, decrepit hallways. Will they find Digby? Will Todd find them? What's going on? W…
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Abe no Seimei was the greatest onmyōji in Japan. While he lived in Kyoto, he visited Shizuoka at some point and performed some magic, giving us another nanafushigi (seven mysterious things). [This description contains Amazon affiliate links. If you click on a link and make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you.] Uncann…
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This week we read The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep, another banger from Hans Christian Andersen. It doesn't do much to disrupt it's own status quo by the end, but boy are there some twists along the way. Suggested talking points: A Proud Line of Highly Skilled Dishwashers, Big Hoof: Sasquatch of the South, Peppers That Learn English, Invest In…
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La Lechuza - a supernatural creature from Mexican folklore, often depicted as a witch who can transform into a giant owl. She is believed to roam the night, seeking revenge on those who have wronged her, and is sometimes associated with the abduction of children. The Beast of Exmoor - is a legendary large cat or panther-like creature purported to r…
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Nick Medina's debut novel from 2023, 'Sisters of the Lost Nation', describes the hunt for answers as a Native girl searches for information about women who have been mysteriously disappearing from her tribe's reservation. As she searches for clues, she learns more about the myths and stories of her people and how they may offer help. In this episod…
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Forests are ambivalent places, both beautiful and tranquil, yet also dangerous to the unwary. They've always been a source of resources for people, which is either embraced or exploited. As a result, there is a whole class of folklore involving forest protectors, spirits who guard the woods and all the animals within. These protectors ensure that h…
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A LIVE gathering to explore the legend of The Jersey Devil, one of America's most enduring and mysterious folklore tales. Streaming directly from the heart of the Pine Barrens in New Jersey, we'll dive deep into the origins, sightings, and theories surrounding this legendary creature. His wife, Mrs. History, will join Chris for tonight's episode. J…
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In the first half of the twentieth century, Black hemispheric culture grappled with the legacies of colonialism, U.S. empire, and Jim Crow. As writers and performers sought to convey the terror and the beauty of Black life under oppressive conditions, they increasingly turned to the labor, movement, speech, sound, and ritual of everyday “folk.” Man…
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Alles omtrent vuil-vos-kabouters, hoe ek dit herverbeel het vir my skryfwerk en hierdie fee oorvertaal na Engels. Geskryf en voorgelees deur Ronel Janse van Vuuren. Kopiereg 2024 Ronel Janse van Vuuren — Alle regte voorbehou. Leer meer oor vuil-vos-kabouters hier. Kry die transkripsie hier. Music: Secrets by David Fesliyan (FesliyanStudios.com) and…
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A lost prince, a magic TARDIS barrel, and a talking dog take us to Jötunheim and back in the story of Prince Ring from Icelandic folklore. The creature is mouse deer who just wants to dance and hopefully not kill anyone. --- Links: Ring source: https://myths.link/princering Glitter drink why would you do this: https://myths.link/glitter Membership:…
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Welcome to the Folkloring Podcast. This week we take a nice long look at the folklore and magick of mending. While you might expect a lot of information about the acts of mending fabric, we tackle a whole lot more mending and repairing practices from all over the world in this episode. Of course we look at mending fabric, but also explore mending p…
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Episode-77 Anonymous Crystal Ball Reading Show Notes: My first professional crystal ball reading was a unique experience and the person was generous enough to let me include their reading on today’s episode! Website: www.creepycoreandfolklore.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/CreepycoreandFolklore Creepycore and Folklore is a show about…
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We were absolutely delighted to welcome Lucy Spirit and Rachel Duffield as our January speakers the Norfolk Heritage Centre at the Norwich Millennium Library. Rachel, who is an artist and costume marker, a historical reenactor and an incredible painter who spent years working for Norfolk Museums Service will be presenting the talk written by Lucy, …
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So, some big news about changes to the podcast plus a wonderful story: Davey & The King of the Fishes. You can find out and get updates about my new podcast at my new website: A Question of Death You can find more about me and Folklore, Food and Fairytales via my ⁠⁠Linktree⁠⁠ which will continue as purely as storytelling podcast with a monthly folk…
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Original text by Henry Bortman and Jeff Pittelkau, MacUser, January 1997. How does BeOS measure up to System 7.5, and could it have become the next-generation Mac OS? The authors examine why Copland would not have been the crashproof operating system we had all hoped for. Official BeOS demo video from … I’ll have to guess 1998, the year the x86 por…
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Naturalist Bekah Simon covers a topic that some people love and some people dread, that four letter 'S' word - snow. Focusing on the conditions for snow to develop and snowflakes, Bekah goes into the science of snow. Weather is deeply tied to folklore around the world, and a few stories are told in the second half of the episode. Special thanks to …
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Welcome to the new format! The almanac will now be uploaded as an individual video here (streaming platforms), with the main show uploaded separately. As is done on Youtube. This is in acknowledgement of time sensitivity for episodes - as many people listen in the archive, often years later, and the almanac at the end of an episode may not be relev…
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Food and folklore. They go together like peanut butter and chocolate, or arsenic and lace. Throughout history, cultures around the world have paired the favorite meals with specific rituals, cooking up some amazing stories in the process. Narrated and produced by Aaron Mahnke, with writing by Aaron Mahnke and Harry Marks and research by Alex Robins…
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It's time to relax, grab a drink, pull up a chair by the hearth, and listen to The Quarrel of Cat & Dog from Jewish Folklore, as told by Casimir. As always, our stories are available to listen to for free! We release new stories for free every Wednesday on your favorite podcast listening platforms! If you enjoyed this story, and want to earn great …
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