Joining me in today's podcast is Amy Boucher a writer and folklorist who focuses on her native Shropshire. She is a passionate advocate of Shropshire’s folklore, ghostlore and local history, and the role these play in preserving memory and heritage- something we were able to explore in the podcast today.
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Amy Boucher is a writer and folklorist who focuses on her native Shropshire. Her emphasis is primarily on the interplay between Folklore, history and the paranormal, as well as perceptions of the past through the lens of folk beliefs. She is a passionate advocate of Shropshire’s folklore, ghostlore and local history, and the role these play in preserving memory and heritage. She is currently collating ghost stories from the area, as well as writing an audio drama based on the intrinsic link between the Shropshire landscape and Satanic Folklore.