Caoineag - A banshee like spirit attached to the clans of the Highlands, who could be heard wailing at the bottom of waterfalls before there is death or catastrophe within the clan.
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Maran Maran (singular mara, roughly translated as “nightmare”) are terrifying female beings that haunt people at night. They crawl upon the victim’s chest while they sleep, suffocating them and sucking out their life force.
The Baobhan Sith, are a strange breed of Scottish Vampiric entities.
kelpies scotland - The Kelpie is a supernatural water horse from Celtic folklore that is believed to haunt the rivers and lochs of Scotland and Ireland.
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A Gancanagh (from Irish: Gean Cánach meaning "love talker") is a male faerie in Irish mythology that is known for seducing human women.
Wirry-cow- Scottish folklore: an elastic bovid-like ghoul that played the role similar to that of goblins. They were mischievous creatures, often playing pranks on humans.
swingingonthespiral: “ The Kelpie is a treacherous water devil and a supernatural shape-shifting horse of Celtic folklore, believed to haunt the lochs and rivers of Scotland and Ireland. It appears to.
The Urisk, a Satyr like creature from Scottish mythology.
Hey You, Dobhar-chu
In Irish folklore, the Dobhar-chu is a water creature that resembles an otter or a dog, and may be part fish. It is also a cryptid, and there are alleged sighting of the Dobar-chu as recently as Possible Puck sightings, while in the Northern Kingdom?
The valravn is a creature with origins in Danish folklore. Valravne have many different appearances. Some take the form of a large, humanoid raven that can transform into a knight. Sometimes, they look like a half-raven, half-wolf creature.
NOT fitting in with the stereotypical image of a terrifying werewolf, the Scottish Wulver was a kindhearted and generous soul, known to help some of the most unfortunate people in the country.
Random Creature Feature: A “Shellycoat” is a creature from Scottish mythology that is named for its coat of shells. This sneaky fae haunts rivers and streams, and enjoys pulling pranks on.