Only Irish Folklore Experts Can Pass This Trivia - Can You?

Irish folklore is filled with tales of fairies, banshees and more recently - leprechauns! Get ready for St. Patrick's Day & see if you are an Irish folklore expert by taking this quiz.

According to Irish folklore, when is it typical for a Banshee to appear?

The Irish folklore story "Children of Lir" is thought to be the basis for this famous live production.

In Irish folklore, the Dullahan is a type of fairy. Select the answer below which best describes the Dullahan's appearance.

According to Irish folklore, what do leprechauns spend their days doing when not up to mischief?

According to Irish folklore, if someone was so drunk the previous evening that they do not remember what happened, it is likely that this fantasy fairy creature paid them a visit.

In 1895, Irish woman Bridget Cleary was killed by her husband who believed she had become this creature from Irish folklore.

According to Irish folklore, where is the famous warrior Finn MacCool right now?

According to Irish folklore, what would the first person who ate the flesh of the Salmon of Wisdom receive?

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Where's the luck of the Irish when you need it,eh? See if you can master it the second time around! You were close, but no cigar.

Only Irish Folklore Experts Can Pass This Trivia - Can You?