New England Folklore – a blog


May 29, 2015 by Bret Kramer (aka WinstonP)

All I can think about is “Who carved this?”

I hope to have a very exciting update this weekend for our Kickstarter backers, but  I fear I’ve been neglecting this site.  To tide you all over in the mean time, I thought I might suggest a great place to read all about all the weird New England folklore I’ve not had time to get to yet : Peter Muise’s blog “New England Folklore“.

The blog updates about once a week and covers topics that definitely range into the sweet spot of history and weirdness that is wherein the Arkham Gazette likes to dwell.  Here are a few recent topics covered:

By happenstance all of these topics connect in one way or another to witchcraft, though he’s covered other topics as well:

Muise has written a book on the subject – Legends and Lore of the North Shore – if you’d rather skip the digital version of things.

2 thoughts on “New England Folklore – a blog

  1. […] posted a short item on the Sentinel Hill Press site about a great blog for anyone interested in New England weird history and […]

  2. Peter Muise says:

    Thank you for mentioning my blog. It’s always great to connect with other Lovecraft and New England folklore fans!

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