Hellebore Magazine is named after a species of beautiful, perennial plants which happen to be poisonous and with links to occult belief, a baneful herb with an alluring, supposed power to alter or clarify perception and believed to open portals to the Underworld and the subconscious (but really, don't eat any specimen).
The magazine it self 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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