website introduction：An email reality check for e-rumors, viruses, and internet hoaxes.
website introduction：Articles, links, and an archive of urban and internet folklore.
website introduction：Information about email hoaxes includes weekly newsletter, archives and list of the latest email hoaxes.
website introduction：Extensive collection of history's most famous hoaxes and April Fool's pranks. Listed by date and category. Includes bibliographic references.
website introduction：Folktales, myths, legends, tall tales and ghost stories from each of the 50 states, as well as sections on Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, Jesse James.
website introduction：The premier internet encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, and religion.
website introduction：International collection of tongue twisters with English translations.
website introduction：Nursery rhymes with their history and origins.
website introduction：A portal to the realm of fairy tale and folklore studies featuring annotated fairy tales, illustrations, and a forum.
website introduction：Extensive collection of traditional and modern wisdom, tales and lore (in Norwegian and English).).
website introduction：Africa based site with extensive collection of proverbs in various languages with explanations, book reviews, bibliography.
website introduction：Visitors can view a time line of significant events,read a summarized version of the legend, and retrieve information on well-known objects and characters.
website introduction：Myths, rumors, scary stories and hoax emails from real life and the internet.
website introduction：A quarterly print magazine about the study of the myths, rituals, symbols, and arts of the world's spiritual traditions.
website introduction：Gallery of pictures of walls with things written on them.
website introduction：With origins and myths, an entertainment oriented blog based on fact, fiction, and discussion; film transformation videos.
website introduction：As retold by Joseph Jacobs; e-text at Bartleby.
website introduction：Compilation of nearly 400 fables from several existing translations, searchable by prime character; quick tour available.
website introduction：Creatures ranging from the basilisk to the unicorn; origins, lore, and traditional tales.
website introduction：Focuses on contemporary grassroots cultures. Festival information, recordings, events, and resources.
website introduction：Stories of mysterious Canadian history, geography, myths, and legends. Features searchable story index, investigator profiles, researcher tips, and links of interest.
website introduction：Archives of Folk Culture in the Library of Congress, established as a repository for American folk music. Information about the Center and its publications, with guides to the collections.
website introduction：Large amount of historical and legendary information on the adventures of England's best-loved outlaw and his band of Merry Men. Includes pictures, interviews, articles and ballads.
website introduction：A New York City-based cultural heritage/folklife non-profit organization. Citylore promotes, presents and works to preserve the traditional arts and local and ethnic cultures of the NY City.