Provides examples of what is considered bad luck in Japanese culture. From japan-guide.com.
Searchable directory of superstitions organized by subject including baby superstitions, bad luck, and death.
Some common and some not so common fears and superstitions.
Includes the sources for some common superstitions.
Superstition - Catholic Encyclopedia
Examines the four species of superstitions: improper worship of the true God; idolatry; divination; and vain observances, which include magic and occult arts.
Superstitions and Old Wives' Tales
Superstitions notions associated with body parts, articles of clothing, houses and household items, and animals.
Superstitions from Europe
Beliefs relating to animals, health, marriage, children, and aging.
Urban Legends & Superstitions
Collection of popular, creepy, and interesting myths and superstitions. Also offers local New Jersey and Hollywood urban legends.
Wedding Superstitions & Traditions
Outlines many popular wedding customs and superstitions, including dress color, veils, crossing the threshold, and others.
A superstition is an irrational belief about the relation between certain actions and later occurrences. This article examines superstition through behavioral psychology and religious views.