the Folklore of Ragnarok

It’s the end of the world as we know it, do you feel fine? Have you ever wondered what happens when the world comes to an end? According to the Norse tradition of Ragnarok, the end of the world will involve the gods fighting giants and a gigantic snake. While this is a key feature of Ragnarok there are many details still to discuss. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of...

the Folklore of the Nazca Lines

What would you do if you found out that your favorite trail was actually a leg of a giant bird carved out of the ground two thousand years ago? The Nazca lines are the answer to that situation. Made by the Nazca people of Peru, these geometric shapes cover many square miles with images only visible from the sky. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the Folklore of the Nazca...

The Folklore of Garden Gnomes

You’ve seen them standing in your neighbor’s garden. You’ve noticed they never blink, they never move, they don’t even puff on the pipe sticking out of their mouths. But I bet you’ve never looked into the story behind why these little critters are standing in our gardens. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the Garden...

The Folklore of Paul Bunyan

A man as large as a mountain with his trusty companion Babe the blue ox, Paul Bunyan is known throughout the United States as the world’s most prominent Lumberjack. He can knock down an entire forest in his sleep and straighten out the twists and turns of a river. Paul Bunyan is the epitome of tall tales, but is he based on a real man? Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of Paul...