Guest Author - Ky Greene
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Here are a couple samples of what weíve discussed in previous newsletters:
Chimeras are genetic hybrids. Originally, Chimera was a Greek monster, and it was an incredibly bad omen to spot her. In addition, chimeras can be supernatural constructs. They can also be human, in the form of absorbed twins.
Ballads are stories set to song, and they have been a part of Folklore since the Middle Ages. While ballads originated with wandering minstrels, the introduction of the printing press caused them to slowly dwindle. Some folk ballads remain today -especially in the mountains - but there has been a tu
The Jersey Devil is the only demon to ever be designated a state demon in the United States. This is the story of its origins.
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