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Pukwudgies – Little People of Massachusetts and Great Lakes Region

Of all the well known Little People across the world, the Pukwudgies come in a close second place to the Leprechauns of Ireland. [see Leprechauns The Little People of Ireland] The name Pukwudgie has become a common name used to describe any of the diminutive persons found anywhere in the Americas and Canada. If you

Leprechauns – The Little People of Ireland

Ireland is a land filled with the stories and myths of little people, but for this blog we are going to look at the famous (or perhaps infamous) Leprechaun and their cousins the Clurichaun. Leprechauns are not considered to be fairies in the traditional sense, they are the descendants of The Tuatha De Danann. The

The Winchester Mystery House

In San Jose California, sitting on 4.5 acres at 252 S. Winchester Blvd., is the famous Winchester Mystery House. This Victorian style house that was once a simple 6 bedroom farm home, now has over 160 rooms and considered by many to be one of the most haunted houses in the United States of America.

A Visit from Trolls, Goblins and Gnomes for the Christmas Season

During the Christmas season it’s difficult for many of us to imagine it without Santa or his elves. What if they were trolls, goblins or gnomes instead of our favorite little folk, would we still think of them as Jolly? In many countries that is actually the case. In the mountains of Iceland there lives

The J’Ba Fofi – Giant Spider of The Congo

Among the world’s most feared, despised and revered creatures are spiders. They appear in legends and myth from Greek Mythology to African folklore, and even appear as a 150 foot geoglyph in the Nazca desert in Peru. Spiders come in a variety of colors and sizes ranging from very tiny (the Samoan Moss spider measuring

Pryor Mountain Little People [The Nirumbee]

The Pryor Mountains is a mountain range located on the Crow Reservation and Custer National Forest in the state of Montana, U.S.A. These mountains are also home to a ferocious race of little people, that the Crow Nation call the Nirumbee. The Nirumbee are said to be eighteen inches tall, with large heads, pointed teeth,

Ogopogo – The Demon of Okanagan Lake

The mysterious Lake Monster “Ogopogo” has been seen for centuries in Lake Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada. Described as serpentine in appearance, 40-60 feet in length, black to greenish black in color, with a horse like head, 3-6 humps, and a forked tail. The name Ogopogo may sound like it was given by the First Nations,

The Aokigahara Forest (Japan’s Haunted Forest)

The Aokigahara Forest located northwest of Mount Fuji is widely considered the most haunted forest in Japan. It is also sometimes referred to as the “Sea of Trees” because if you view it from above on a windy day, the movement of trees looks like waves rolling in the sea. Despite its beauty and unique

The Ircinrraaq (Little People) of the Arctic

Ircinrraaq (pronounced Irr-chin-hhak) is an Inuit word used when describing any of the “Little People” who live in the Arctic in caves, mountains or underground. According to the stories of the Inuit and the occasional report to the police by non-Inuit through the years, there are several different Ircinrraaq, but most have been described as

Gustave – Killer of the Burundi

A 20 foot long, one tonne giant Nile crocodile called the Burundi region of Africa his home and has allegedly claimed over three hundred victims in the span of ten years. Burundi is a small state nestled between Tanzania and The Democratic Republic of the Congo. Gustave travels between the Ruzizi River and Lake Tanganyika
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