About Ancient/Classical History - http://ancienthistory.about.com/library/bl/bl_myth_index.htm
Links to mythology sites listed geographically and topically. Each site on About, the Human Internet, is run by a professional About Guide. Guides build a comprehensive environment around each of their specific topics, including the best new content, relevant links, How-To's, Forums, and answers to just about any question.
Aesop's Fables - Online Exhibit - http://www.pacificnet.net/~johnr/aesop/
Includes the full public domain texts in html - more than 650 unique fables, indexed with morals listed. Translated by George Fyler Townsend (1814-1900) and taken from the Project Gutenberg texts. Some include images (by Gustave'a Dore) and sound files.
American Folklife Center - http://lcweb.loc.gov/folklife/
The Center's online services include Folkline, updated weekly with national events, jobs, and training opportunities; the Folklife Sourcebook: A Directory of Folklife Resources in the United States, with contact information for archives, graduate programs, public agencies and organizations; as well as full texts of publications, collections online, and a growing list of links to other resources in ethnographic studies.
Folklore and Mythology - Electronic Texts - http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/folktexts.html
An extensive collection of tales from around the world, many edited or translated by D. L. Ashliman, a professor of Germanic Languages and Literature. The alphabetical list has stories in categories.
Greek Mythology - http://edweb.sdsu.edu/people/bdodge/scaffold/GG/greek_myth.html
An introduction to Greek mythology, with a section comparing Greek and Roman myths.
Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales and Stories - http://hca.gilead.org.il/
This site provides a complete list of Andersen's 168 stories, in the chronological order of their original publication. Most of the stories are presented in full-text. A cross reference provides information on title variations and Danish equivalents for each story. Recommended books on Andersen and his work as well as links to other sites are also provided.
Legends - http://www.legends.dm.net/
This beautifully designed site explores the history, literature, and folklore surrounding Robin Hood, King Arthur, Hamlet and Macbeth, Blackbeard, Sir Francis Drake, the Three Musketeers, Beowulf, the Vikings, Knights, El Cid, William Morris, and dozens of other characters and genres of balladry, fiction, the arts, and film. The site provides guided access to primary source material and up-to-date scholarship and well as general interest.
Urban Legends and Folklore - http://urbanlegends.about.com/
This site does not just debunk urban legends. It also confirms an occasional story. Includes links to corroborating Web sites from newspaper articles and authoritative organizations such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). There are sections on virus hoaxes and netlore.