Dick Turpin (1706-1739), was an English highwayman. He was executed for horse theft, but became an important romantic figure after his death.
Pan, a son of Hermes, was the Greek god of wilderness and fertility. He is generally depicted as a satyr or faun, with a goat's horns, hindquarters and ears. Pan’s image was often used to depict the devil, also said to be part goat. Both Pan and the Celtic deity Cernunnos, who had the horns of a stag, were equated and confused with the physical representation of Satan.
Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849), was an American poet, writer and critic known for his macabre mysterious tales.
Shangri-La is a Utopian paradise in James Hilton's novel The Lost Horizon. It was inspired by the myth of Shambala, a mystical kingdom that Tibetan Buddhists refer to as the ‘pure land.’