Wulflund Jewelry

Established in 2004 Wulflund Jewelry is a shop where history continues. Inspired by the Celts, Vikings and the Slavic world, shop owner Krak crafts high quality, affordable jewellery, armour, smithy products, leather pieces and drinking horns. I cannot recall ever coming across a shop which offers stunning, beautifully crafted products of such high quality for… Continue reading Wulflund Jewelry


So, this is something pretty damn exciting. A series of strange symbols and witchmarks to protect King James 1st from evil have been discovered under the floorboards of one of England's most important historical houses - Knole, in Kent. For more information on this fantastic discovery, (which have actually been described as a bit 'blair… Continue reading Witchmarks

Raise The Horns For Halloween / Jack O’Lantern

Did you know that the original Jack O'Lanterns were carved from turnips instead of perky, orange pumpkins? To find out more about the history of our most popular Halloween tradition, go here. The photograph you see is of a 19th Century Jack O'Lantern made from a turnip.

Museum Of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft

Highly recommended ten minute documentary about the  Museum of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft. For a really interesting, in-depth look at the secret staves of the Icelandic witches, go here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvJqiBE2c5M#t=262

Raise The Horns For Halloween / A Day Out At The Gallows

Winter's Gibbet, on Steng Cross, in Elsdon, Northumberland, remains a popular venue for a day's excursion. Named after one William Winter, hanged at Newcastle's Westgate in 1792 for murder and whose body was subsequently displayed as a warning to all Steng Cross, the current gibbet is the latest in a long line of wooden replacements.… Continue reading Raise The Horns For Halloween / A Day Out At The Gallows

Fashion Witch/Leather Plaited Bracelets

I found these leather plaited bracelets at Jorvik Viking Centre in York. (Jorvik is York city's original name, the name the Vikings gave to it back in the 9th century.) If you happen to be visiting the North of England, I highly recommend you pay Jorvik a visit, and not just for the beautiful jewellery.… Continue reading Fashion Witch/Leather Plaited Bracelets