Category: Folklore Legends and Fairytales

blackberries

Ghostly BlackBerries After Halloween

Henry Morris (1915) recounting from his Childhood beliefs in the Farney Barony ‘Nice ripe blackberries are sweet and palatable; but hungry boys and girls will eat blackberries that are neither sweet of palatable. However after ‘Oidhche...

The Red Hand Of Ulster

The Red Hand Of Ulster

How The ‘Red Hand’ Became The Symbol of Ulster Ancient legend has it that at a time when Ulster had no King the tribes of the province decided the best way to settle the...

The Children Of Lir

The Children Of Lir

The Fate Of The Children Of Lir This haunting story has inspired Celtic jewelry makers for many years now as the swan theme embodies traditional Celtic designs and Celtic symbols. A long time ago...