This is the last glitch today, and then we’re caught up.
Celtic should be capitalized, but mythology should not.
I’m assuming both graceyard and differnt are just typos.
Different than is wrong. (Different to would also be wrong.) The correct phrase is different from. (Prepositions give many people trouble, but an easy way to remember this one is that difference is separation, away-ness. That’s why we say different from but similar to: similar is close, toward-ness.)
Celtic mythology says that leaving a graveyard a different way from where you entered means spirits will exit with you. A fugitive sprints though a graveyard.