We have all heard the tales of alligators not only surviving, but thriving, in New York City’s sewer system, but is there any truth to it? Are there really colonies of alligators living beneath the feet of one of the busiest populaces of the United States?
This article is about why vampires hate garlic using a theoretical approach. The three theories elaborated on are biological, existential, and mythological.
Stories of fairy-like creatures are told all around the world, including Native cultures throughout North America. This article explores the Little People known to the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) - The Jogah
A short sketch on the god Chronos, the personification of time.
Why Mary Louise Pratt's "Arts of the Contact Zone" is an important lesson in accepting the beliefs of others- even if they differ from our own. This is a good guide to the analysis of her ideas.
It's a fact that England, Britain and the UK are frequently confused by people in other countries. This page looks at the quite distinct differences between the three entities.
“Never pull out a white hair, it will become plenty.” Oh, just like everyone around me is saying! Men do pluck white hair too.
If you're a Simpson fan, then don't have a cow man! Dead Bart is just a myth...right?
Follow the fascinating history of Middle Eastern facial and body tattoos. Found mainly among the Algerian and Moroccan nomadic Berber tribes, although no longer common, the symbols remain in crafts.
Horned people have been worshiped as Gods or feared as Demons throughout history. Myths and legends are full of Horned Gods. But are they real? Yes, and some are alive today!