Category Archives: Folklore
Bea’s Thanksgiving ~Bea is back! That’s right Bea’s fans. She’s back with her little foul mouth and all. She’s back as fearless as ever. But she will stop long enough to get belly full of delicious dinner.
An older definition of Halloween dating back to the early days of Christianity means Hallow Eve, the day before All Saints Day. November 1st. When exactly did it turn into as we know it today? I haven’t been able to … Continue reading
Most people do not know Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. They have only seen the movie which is all wrong.
Reading the book Frankenstein is a vastly different from watching any of the movies made about the monster. Many may think they know the story but they do not if they have never read the book. First of all, the … Continue reading