Legends surrounding fairies have been passed down by written, and verbal means, for thousands of years. The term is now used to describe supernatural beings that perform specific tasks. In each society, other names have been used for fairies, such as the moira in Ancient Greece and the fata in Ancient Rome. These beings were… Continue reading Fairies – Supernatural Friends or Foes?
Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm were two German siblings who became renowned for their collaboration as authors, prolific researchers and lexicographers among others. They are best known for their work “Grimm Fairy Tales”. This effectively led to the birth of the modern study of folklore. While some of their literary work is meant for children,… Continue reading The Brothers Grimm
When night creatures are discussed, vampires and werewolves go side by side. These are humans, bitten by another werewolf, who transform into deadly wolves on the apex of the full moon enhancing the animalistic nature of man. Unlike Vampires who are constantly dealing with their nature being half monster and half human, a Werewolf only… Continue reading Werewolves