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Of Luck and Lore

Last time, I brought you along for the ghost hunt on my first trip to Ireland.   There are more stories where that came from!  My Irish cousins shared a wealth of information about my great-grandfather, Michael Patrick—who emigrated from Ireland in 1914—and his siblings.  690 more words

'Irish Superstitions'

It can definitely be argued that superstitions are intrinsically tied in with traditional folklore, and with a culture as steeped in customs and fables as Ireland’s, it’s no surprise that there are more than a handful of superstitions unique to the country and its people. 719 more words

Ireland

Week 1 - TBT 2017 - Spellbound

Dee has been doing a Throwback Thursday (#tbt) post for quite some time, so I thought I’d try to do the same for 2017. Think I can do better than my attempts at an… 76 more words

Music

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The rise of the Tin heads! By CpSingleton © 2016

SCREAM, IF THAT BE YOUR PLEASURE, TREASURE!

I’m exempt from the shards of broken glass that you call… 87 more words

Poetry

Soundtrack Review: Batman Returns

Composed by: Danny Elfman

Conducted by: Jonathan Scheffer

Following the smashing success of Batman, Tim Burton was given more creative freedom in the sequel. … 989 more words

Soundtrack Reviews

MY SOUL TO TAKE (Soul Screamers, #1): Review

My Soul to Take (Soul Screamers, #1) by Rachel Vincent
Published by Harlequin Teen on August 1, 2009 (first published on January 1, 2009)
Genres: 399 more words

Reading

That Awful, Thrilling Terror

     The tower was on a bare hill that overlooked the trails on the outskirts of town. Why there was a tower there, no one knew, but it had stood there since the town was built, and it shall stand there for a century more. 625 more words

Fantasy