Episode 012- You Are Here at your Own Risk: Iceland’s Monsters and Men

You Are Here at Your Own Risk

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Recently I traveled to Iceland, and I spoke with and interviewed several Icelanders about their native horror folklore and legends.

This land is rich in stories of hidden people, elves, and trolls who interfere in the lives of humans.

In addition, the land has its own real bloody stories to tell.

In this episode I talk about horror folk tales from Iceland and speculate on the role nature plays in these folk tales.

 

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