An amateur folklorist offers thoughts on folklore and the humanities.
Daily links to new weird tales from urban legends reference site Snopes.
Thoughts on the goblins, imps, sprites, gnomes, brownies, duergers, shellycoats, pixies, spriggans, knockers and fey folk of British folklore.
Intangible Cultural Heritage
Folklore news and commentary from Dale Jarvis, Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer for the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, a storyteller, author and performer.
The Moonlit Road
Focusing on folklore and ghostly tales from the American South.
Good source of busted myths, urban legends, internet hoaxes and rumors.
New England Forklore
Written by Peter, an avid folklore fan. Includes weather forklore from Maine, rhymes, roosters, spiders, and wind.
Tales of the Oak
Blog devoted to folklore and legends of Inverclyde and other places.
David Emery for About.com guides readers through tales of urban legends and modern folklore.