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  • Others, the Old Folk, who had been there forever and were just being rediscovered, created fastnesses in places like Kiernan Wood.

    The Decade of the Aughts: Genre Fiction

  • The forest took on a dangerous feeling then, and the Old Folk whispered that a troll might have moved in.

    The Goblin Mirror

  • The identification shot through her: A changeling, stolen in babyhood and raised by the Old Folk.

    The Queen of Air and Darkness

  • We'd be the first of our kind to report an encounter with the Old Folk, and that report would be detailed and plausible.

    The Queen of Air and Darkness

  • She was obviously eager to get off the explosive topic of a venture in defiance of the Old Folk.

    The Queen of Air and Darkness

  • Usually an outwayer family has given a tearful but undetailed account of their child who vanished and must have been stolen by the Old Folk.

    The Queen of Air and Darkness

  • No Odub, Bounty is gay … … … in fact it is a statistical fact that Bounty's are only to be eaten by Gay Men, Women and Old Folk in Retirement Homes!

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