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- Afghan Superstitions: Small collection of Afghan superstitions.
- Anti 23: Snippets from the internet concerning the bad luck number 23.
- Birds: Bird Superstitions and Winged Portents: Some Irish superstitions published in the magazine "Birds" of 1898.
- Folklore and Superstitions: Cat related superstitions.
- Futile Attempt: Superstitions: A comprehensive review of superstitions world-wide plus some possible origins.
- Greek Spider: Greek Superstitions: Including beliefs concerning the Evil Eye and Kalikatzaroi (goblins).
- Herb Lore and Superstitions: Superstitions concerning the home and neighbours.
- Korean Superstitions: Gathered by English language teachers in Korea.
- Old Wives Tales: Yahoo newsgroup discussing superstitions, old wives tales, charms, potions, myths, and recipes.
- Philippine Wedding Folklore and Superstitions: A few widely-held folk beliefs still practiced to this day.
- Silly Superstitions: Collection of superstitions and their possible explanations, contributed by visitors.
- Superstitions: Filipino superstitions with interpretations by informants as well as folklorists.
- Superstitions: Petit lexique des superstitions et croyances.
- Superstitions Surrounding Cats: Small collection of cat superstitions.
- Superstitions Worldwide: A few superstitions about good luck and about marriage.
- Superstitions, Old Wives Tales, Beliefs & Misconceptions: Superstitions A to Z, as well as wedding and death superstitions.
- Suprenatural Forum: A place for people to talk about different superstitions.
- The Dog Hause Superstitions: Animal superstitions from Albatross to Wolf.
- Top 10 Rodeo Superstitions: Superstitions of rodeo cowboys, collected by Rick Overall.
- Tsinoy.com: Chinese Superstitions: Forty classic Chinese superstitions.
- Virtually Virtual Iceland - Superstitions: Small sample of Icelandic superstitions.
- Wedding Customs and Superstitions: Wedding customs and superstitions from the UK.
- Wedding Superstitions: Various wedding day superstitions submitted by visitors to wedding magazine "Bliss!"