The Jewish Folklore of Eastern Europe [1] is a book that specializes on its namesake, Jewish Folklore of Eastern Europe.


Kylie Griffin met with Sarah Saperstein at the Jewish Cultural Center to identify a supernatural creature connected to Jewish culture and clay. Sarah deduced she meant a Golem and brought out "Jewish Folklore of Eastern Europe" to show her more. According to the book, the Golem could be created in a time of strife to protect the people of a village but would eventually become uncontrollable.


Extreme Ghostbusters


  1. Isenberg, Marty and Skir, Bob (1997). Extreme Ghostbusters "The True Face of a Monster" (First Draft January 20, 1997) (Script p. 26). Line reads: "Kylie stands framed in the doorway, carrying the huge book of Jewish Folklore of Eastern Europe."


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