Brown Men of the Moors: the Hunters become the Hunted.
The Brown Men are on a mission: to take out anyone in mind to hunt, or otherwise harm, the wildlife who dwell in the borderlands between England and Scotland.
Over many generations, short, swarthy, red frizzy haired known as the Brown Men of the Moors have stalked, lured and killed Human hunters!
Art by Jean-Baptiste Monge.
Not just protectors of wildlife and other Faerie, Brown Men are also expert in stealth and could charm the pants of any unwary dandy with a rifle.
Kitty shares tales of encounters and poems written about the elusive Brown Men, and offers ideas on how to avoid becoming their next victim.
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Edited by Magic Dan.
‘Notes on the Folk-lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders’ by William Henderson. 1879. Librovox recording.
‘Colt of Keeldar’ excerpt from ‘The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Ballad’ by Sir Walter Scott. 1802. Read by Zed. www.fiverr.com/zornaph
‘Fairy Tales’ by Skamble. 1869.
Theme Music: ‘Irish Coffee’ by Giorgio di Campo
‘Folk Round’ by Kevin Macleod
‘Pippin the Hunchback’ by Kevin Macleod
‘The Pyre’ by Kevin Macleod
‘Achaidh Cheide’ by Kevin Macleod
‘At the Summertime Tide’ by Adrian von Ziegler
‘Ancient Storm’ by Adrian von Ziegler
Town of Elsdon, Northumberland. United Kingdom.