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According to folklore, if you're being haunted by the ghost of someone you've killed, is there a way of getting rid of it?
In folklore, ghosts, movies - asked by vultan - 2 answers
Any ideas as to the type of vinegar one should use....
In folklore - asked by - 3 answers
My friend Giles' mother could not allow peacock feathers in the house. Apparently they are serious harbingers of doom and gloom. Is there any known history of peacock feathers being unlucky?
In superstition, folklore, peacock - asked by - 3 answers
What is so superstitious about Opals?
In folklore, superstition, opals - asked by - 5 answers
Never eat shellfish unless there's an R in the month? With global air-freighting of shellfish to our supermarket shelves, does this hold true?
In shellfish, folklore - asked by - 4 answers
Are there any vampire stories in British folklore?
In folklore, legends, vampires - asked by - 4 answers
What is the meaning and purpose of life?
In History, folklore - asked by (Guest20226) - 2 answers
Are elephants unlucky
In folklore - asked by - 5 answers
Do you agree? Old Chinese proverb: You can't have two tigers on the same mountain.
In proverbs, folklore, common sense - asked by - 6 answers
There are a thousand Kikuyu proverbs on this website (see link). The spelling is a bit erratic but which of the 1,000 wise proverbs strikes you as best?
In folklore, africa, kikuyu - asked by P-Kasso - 2 answers
How many stone circles are there in Britain?
In britain, stone circles, folklore - asked by vultan - 2 answers
When and where was the first maypole made?
In trivia, folklore, social history - asked by jeannebaxter - 1 answer
Where does the myth of the Wandering Jew come from?
In legend, folklore, history - asked by vultan - 3 answers
Where did St George kill the dragon?
In geography, folklore, st george - asked by aguirre - 1 answer
Was Robin Hood a real historical figure?
In History, folklore, robin - asked by kimphilby - 1 answer
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