the Folklore of Children’s Games

You played them in your yard, on the playground at school, and even when you were on vacation.  These games seem to have been around forever, but everything has its beginnings and its backstory.  Children’s games seem to las much longer than the children who have them.   Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore behind popular Children’s...

The Folklore of the Chupacabra

The Chupacabra has been haunting farmers for the last six decades, but did you know that it had gone unseen until the 1990’s? This monster is hispanic in origin, but has spread around the world to suck the blood of all things in its path. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the...

the History and Folklore of Davy Crockett

The King of the Wild Frontier, Davy Crockett. Known for being a frontiersman and for making a stand at the Alamo (which we all should remember), the man carries on his shoulders not only his history but all of the tall tales that bolstered his political campaigns. From killing 100 bears to being part horse, part alligator, there are many interesting stories surrounding the man. Join Jack and Sam as they unpack the history and folklore of David “Davy”...

the Folklore of Merlin the Wizard

He is the O.G. wizard.  Before there was Oz, Merlin was the first and only wizard that people really could conceptualize.  Some say that he is living backwards through time, others say that he is multiple people, and some say he is born from a virgin and a devil. Whatever he may be, he is quite famous. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of Merlin the...

The Folklore behind the Slenderman

He stalks you in the woods. His arms are long. He has no face. He is one of the newest urban legends, and he is responsible for many sleepless nights amongst the children of the world. The slenderman is by far one of the quickest growing myths of the modern era, but is he real? Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore behind the...