HELLEBORE is named after a tribe of beautiful, perennial plants which happen to be poisonous and with links to occult belief – that it has the power of altering perception and is known for opening up portals to the Underworld and the subconscious.
The magazine is a cleverly assembled collection of writings and essays devoted to British folk horror and the themes that inspire it: folklore, myth, history, archaeology, psychogeography, witches and the occult. It's also beautifully designed and, dare we say it, addictive.
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