Mexico is filled with fascinating mythology that stems far beyond the Aztecs. Unfortunately, with so much emphasis on the Aztec civilization, the old lore is long forgotten by much of the world, now only found in historic texts. One such legend is that of Ciupipiltin.
There is a tale out of Scotland about a woman named, “Pearlin’ Jean.” This figure became a banshee for a prominent family, some suggest it was the ill-fated Stewart family. Jean was a beautiful woman in life and her associations with the wealthy allowed her the finest clothing and the most precious jewelry.
The Appalachian coal fields are rich in lore, legend and infamy. Here are some common terms used from the hey-day of Appalachian Coal Mines. Afterdamp- Toxic fumes that occur after an explosion within a mine.
Trains were once the most used commercial transportation in America. It is no puzzle that there are countless tales and stories surrounding this part of our history. Newark Train Station Hobo Newark Central Station (New Jersey) has a tale surrounding a hobo that excited a group of passengers at the station one night, years ago.
Can trains disappear? This is something which seems to be a straightforward question with a simple answer: it’s impossible.