Simon Romanov

Outlander's Celtic roots are key to understanding the Loch Ness monster.  

Outlander has brought folklore and mythology to a global audience.   

The drama, based on Diana Gabaldon's best-selling novels, combines history, fantasy, and romance with elements of Celtic mythology.  

The Celtic mythology inherent in the Outlander universe continues to pique people's interest, with nearly 100,000 Google queries.  

According to a SlotBox analysis, the show is third most popular among TV shows with Celtic roots, trailing only Game of Thrones and Teen Wolf.  

Outlander depicts various Gaelic feasts and symbols passed down over generations of Celtic people. One such emblem is the standing stone.  

Fans 'freak out' when Outlander prequel Blood of My Blood cast is confirmed.  

A comprehensive list of Outlander's time-traveling characters who can travel through the stones  

The plot begins with Claire Randall, an English nurse played by Caitriona Balfe, being transported to 1743 by these stones.  


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