Spring-Heeled Jack in London

"Spring Heeled Jack": Spring-Heeled Jack is part of British folklore. He resembles a demon and steals children and got his name because of his huge leaps. Reports said that he could jump clear over houses.

A dibbuk box is a wine cabinet which, according to Jewish folklore, is said to be haunted by a restless, evil, spirit that is capable of haunting and possessing the living. One particular dibbuk box became famous when it was listed on eBay along with a terrifying backstory.

10 Most Haunted Objects Of All Time

10 Most Haunted Objects of all time: The Dibbuk Box. A wine cabinet which, according to Jewish folklore, contains an ancient, malevolent spirit that is capable of haunting and possessing the living.

Odin Leads the Wild Hunt

This is about some of the origins of the 13 nights of the wild hunt after Yule that I work with every year. :) the Wild Hunt

Found in the Collection: Spring-Heeled Jack! | Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum Blog

“Spring-Heeled Jack” No. 19 & From The San Francisco Academy of Comic Art, The Ohio State University Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum

COMIC BITS ONLINE: He eats dead pigeons and sewer rats.....no, it isn...

Victorian Era Folklore Spring-Heeled Jack, a character of folklore that terrorized England in the early

Penny dreadfuls: the Victorian equivalent of video games

Penny dreadfuls: the Victorian equivalent of video games

Spring-Heeled Jack, the terror of Victorian London

Penny novels about murder and other crimes came to be known as "Penny Dreadfuls". This one is Spring-Heeled Jack, the terror of Victorian London

Spring Heeled Jack on cover of Illustrated Police News

A depiction of the legendary "Spring-Heeled Jack" from The Illustrated Police News, a weekly illustrated British newspaper founded in 1863 that aggregated sensational and melodramatic reports and illustrations of murders in the UK and around the world.

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