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A HAUNTED MAP OF THE WORLD - INTERACTIVE EDITION

Pirates and MermaidsIf you're a fan of all those things that go bump in the night, ARRRGGGHHH, then I'm sure you're going to go crazy over the following interactive map. It was designed and created by holidaycottages.co.uk, in order to reveal some of the most fascinating myths and legends to have ever been told. After all, ghosts, witches, elves, and monsters are each timeless entities who've constantly perpetuated mystery, intrigue, and suspense! So what are you waiting for? Please check this out...





Now, before we begin, I would just like to get one thing perfectly clear. The supernatural isn't always a bad thing, because sometimes it can be a good thing, a very good thing, despite scaring us shitless and making us want to know who, how, and what the hell they actually are. So, one way of doing this; is to take a trip to somewhere spooky, rustic, and steeped in history and legendary charm, which can be done either here in the UK or overseas in a far away country. What now follows are three destinations well-worth checking out so you can make your holiday just a touch more fantastic:

Cat Sìth
1) Cat Sìth (Scotland): No, this isn't a Star Wars reference, and no, this doesn't have anything to do with your cat crapping on your begonias either. You see, back in the day, there was a Celtic Legend about a mysterious moggy who would steal the souls of the dead before the Gods could take them away. He would do this along with cursing the livestock of those villagers who'd refuse to leave him tributes outside their door. So, beware, OK? Beware.

2) Huldufolk (Denmark): Once upon a time, in a land of cheese and clocks, there was a community of mischievous elves who were as menopausal as a group of very, very, very hormonal women on drugs, a shed load of drugs. So if you caught them on a bad day, they would cause landslides, death, and droughts, but if you caught them on a good day, they would bless farmers with good weather and a fruitful harvest. Lovely... ish.

Huldufolk
3) Pirates and Mermaids (Cornwall): The last time I visited this part of England I heard an old story about a group of pirates who died because they got a bit randy. Well, according to the Cornish chap I spoke to, right up until the end of the 18th century, Cornwall was a hotbed for smugglers, bandits, and nautical thieves. But after a while, most of these scrounging sods ended up getting shafted by a bunch of slippery tarts, otherwise known as Mermaids, who'd dupe them into a bottomless grave so they could protect the silver seas. Good job!

Now if you want to find out more about the supernatural, the unexplained, and the unknown, please check out the following user-friendly map, showcasing some of the coolest places to go to if you're looking for mystery and suspense. All you have to do is click on the designated areas and then read, learn, and absorb some of the most engrossing myths and legends that are as old as time. Please enjoy (click here for mobile version).  

Holidaycottages.co.uk is an award-winning national business which specialize in letting out holiday properties across the UK. They have over 4,500 properties in their collection, ranging from cosy barn conversions, to working farms, to grand mansions sleeping a large number of guests. Now to find out more, please check out their official website, facebook, and twitter pages. 

A HAUNTED MAP OF THE WORLD - INTERACTIVE EDITION A HAUNTED MAP OF THE WORLD - INTERACTIVE EDITION Reviewed by David Lee Andrews on December 17, 2018 Rating: 5

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