The Legend of La Llorona often referred to as the ‘Weeping Woman’ or as ‘The Wailer’, is an ancient Mexican legend that has its root in Mexican and Mayan pre-Hispanic origins.
King Alfonso VIII handed over the castle of San Servando to the Knight Templars so that they could defend the city. One of the Templars was named Nuño Alvear
The Green Children of Woolpit is a Medieval British folk tale that has come down to us all the way from the 12th century AD. The legend comes from a small…
Myths and Legends from the Far East are sometimes vastly different from those in the Western World.
Runny Nose: A Korean Folktale
The story of Our Lady of Fátima begins in a small Portuguese town by the same name. In 1916, three small children were tending their sheep in the fields when they witnessed three apparitions of an Angel
The 3 Secrets of Our Lady of Fátima