Graeme Davis

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I write about history, myth, folklore, and fantasy. @GraemeJDavis https://www.facebook.com/Graeme-Davis-276379857250
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Amikiri | Yokai.com

Today marks the start of October, the start of my Kickstarter, and also the start of A-Yokai-A-Day! If you’re new to my website, A-Yokai-A-Day is my long-running project to bring…

Shogoro- Japanese myth: a miniature gong that came to life after 100 years.

One popular request I’ve been getting since Night Parade came out is “more tsukumogami!” For those who do not know, a tsukumogami is a kind of yokai born from common household thi…

Embassy Cigarette 'Coupons' as my mum called them.The ice cream guy would also buy these from people,presumably to redeem for gifts

Earth Hound- Scottish cryptid: a small, furry creature described to have a hound-like face, bushy tail, mole claws, and large incisors. they burrow underground and feed on corpses.

Earth Hound- Scottish cryptid: a small, furry creature described to have a hound-like face, bushy tail, mole claws, and large incisors. they burrow underground and feed on corpses.

Gna and Hovarpnir

Gna and Hovarpnir

Cats are meant to be furry and cute – but not when it is five feet high and shoots fireballs! A bakeneko (“monster-cat”) is, in Japanese folklore, a cat with supernatural abilities akin to those of the fox or raccoon dog. A cat may become a bakeneko in a number of ways: it may reach a certain age, be kept for a certain number of years, grow to a certain size, or be allowed to keep a long tail. A bakeneko is a cat that gains paranormal powers after certain circumstances. They also have the…

Cats are meant to be furry and cute – but not when it is five feet high and shoots fireballs! A bakeneko (“monster-cat”) is, in Japanese folklore, a cat with supernatural abilities akin to those of the fox or raccoon dog.