The term "folklore" was first coined by William J. Thoms in 1846. The term folklore is generally used to refer to the traditional beliefs, myths, tales, and practices of a people which have beem disseminated in an informal manner -- usually via word of mouth. The term folklore may also be used to define the comparative study of folk knowledge and culture. All over the world there are extraordinary stories - stories that once upon a time were believed but now they seem like fairy tales.
There was a village’s dwellers tradition on the Sabbath-day to dance in the courtyard of the monastery. The music struck up, the dance began. In the middle of the celebration time a stranger appeared. Suddenly a stranger came to the crowd and said that people should went home and pray in own homes for the grace of the Lord. It was the Abbot. People were continuing the celebration and didn’t listen to him. It made angry the Abbot and he said that he cursed all the dwellers… What happened next? Read the story to know!