Appalachia Folklore

A Horseshoe Hanging in Time and Place

Today’s guest post was written by Ed Karshner. This is the third post in series of three. Follow these links to read the first two posts: The Lucky Horseshoe: An Origin Story and Hanging Horse Shoes: Up or Down. Ed and his daughter cooking supper There’s no doubt the horseshoe is the most recognizable symbol for good luck…maybe even more so than the rabbit’s foot. It’s easy to see why. The horseshoe is a very old symbol of luck going…

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Necklace Folklore

Necklace Folklore If your necklace clasp falls to the front of your neck it means someone is thinking about you…