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LegendsThe Legend of the Most Beautiful Oasis on Earth
LegendsWho was Saint Patrick and What Did Legends Say of Him?
LegendsLegends and Facts about North American Indians
The Legend of the Dreamcatcher
A dreamcatcher or dream snare is a handmade Native American amulet, made from a willow hoop with a woven net of cords, giving the appearance of a web. A feather of a night bird is placed in the center, usually one from an owl of some sort.
The Legend of the Sinister Hitchhiker
Tales of mysterious hitchhikers have been told for years in the folklore of many countries around the world. The ghost of a young woman causes drivers' hair to stand on end along remote roads.
The Superstitions of the Elizabethan Era
Elizabethan era had some superstitions that still exist in today modern world. Superstitions for bad luck, existence of witches and casting spells.
The legend of St. Catherine of Bologna
St. Catherine of Bologna was born on September 8, 1413 and died on March 9, 1463. St. Catherine is the patron of artists and people involved in spiritual work.