Wookey Hole is a village close to Wells in Somerset, England. The name Wookey is thought to come from the Old English wocig (an animal trap). The village of Wookey Hole is dominated by the Wookey Hole Caves, which were formed by the action of the River Axe on the limestone hills. Within these caves, the Witch of Wookey Hole dwells.
Amergin Glúingel ("white knees") was a Pre historic bard, druid and judge who was appointed by his two brothers, the kings of Ireland as Chief Ollam of Ireland, his poems are part of the Milesian mythology.
The Milesians are thought to be the final settlers in Ireland and Amergin’s work is significant within the Irish Mythological Cycle.
The Wild Hunt was a folk myth prevalent in former times across Northern, Western and Central Europe. The fundamental premise in all instances is the same: a phantasmal group of huntsmen with the accoutrements of hunting, horses, hounds, etc., in mad pursuit across the skies or along the ground, or just above it. It is often a way to explain thunderstorms.