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(Updated on 31/03/2014)

 


 

  • MUSEUMS :


    • The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall, "houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia.
      The museum has been located in Boscastle for fifty years and is amongst Cornwall's most popular museums...
      Click here to follow a tour of a small selection of artefacts on display at the museum indicating the variety and diversity of objects connected with magic and witchcraft. We will periodically change the images on this tour. "
      (museumofwitchcraft.com)





    • Magic Alley & The House of Wizardry
      "Nestled in the centre of Stratford upon Avon, just a few yards from the birthplace of William Shakespeare, in a building known as the Creaky Cauldron you’ll find Magic Alley and the House of Wizardry – a spooky, thrilling, unforgettable experience for the whole family."

      (welovecoventry.co.uk)

 

 

  • Royal Mail's new stamps from magical realms
    "This week, Royal Mail released a special set of stamps featuring some of the world's most famous wizards, witches and enchanters,
    from Morgan le Fay to Albus Dumbledore. Prepare for a magical mystery tour ..."

    (guardian.co.uk)

 

  • The witch job that pays £50,000
    "A job centre is advertising a "witch" vacancy with tourist site Wookey Hole, in Somerset, for £50,000 a year.
    The witch, who has to live in the site's caves, is expected to teach witchcraft and magic."

    (BBC)


    Wookey Hole Caves (wookey.co.uk)

 

  • The tooth-fairy :


    • Tooth fairy
      It "is an example of American folklore mythology.
      The fairy is said to give children a gift (often money) in exchange for a baby tooth when it comes out of a child's mouth. Children typically leave the tooth under their pillow, and this magical being is said to take it while they sleep..."

      (Wikipedia)

     

    • Do you believe in the Tooth Fairy ?

     

     




 

  • Kid's almanach - (factmonster.com)
    "Fun facts - Creature catalog : angels, beasts, dragons, water serpents, fairies, giants" with simple explanations, descriptions and superstitions.

 

  • Encyclopedia A - a guide to Greek gods, spirits and monsters (theoi.com)