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Pages: 142

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: 1 edition (1 Oct. 2013)

By: Mr Mark Riley (Author)

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Yorkshire Superstitions and Folk Tales, brings back to life many stories that have been long forgotten. Folklore once played a major role in the lives of Yorkshire people. Superstitions had a real hold on the residents of the many towns and villages in this great county of England. Sadly many of these tales have long been forgotten, until now. This book will reincarnate these wonderful tales revisiting Yorkshire’:s past, and introducing them once again into the modern world. Learn about the many superstitious beliefs of Yorkshire Fishermen, old Yorkshire wives tales, and the many spine chilling tales of the Devil in Yorkshire, Barguests prowling the countryside. Along with the many Folk tales such as Wade the Giant: Hand of glory: Robin Hood: Bold Nevison: Dick Turpin: Mother Shipton: St. Hilda of Whitby: Brother Jocundus: Hob Goblins: The Legend of Semerwater: Mermaids and Mermen and St. John of Bridlington.

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