Hashihime, Yokai: Hashihime are intensely jealous goddesses who inhabit bridges — in particular, very old and very long bridges. As goddesses, hashihime may take different forms depending on occasion, however they are commonly depicted wearing white robes, white face-paint, an iron trivet, and carrying five candles. This is a ceremonial outfit used to perform curses.
Eugene Delacroix - Horse Frightened by a Storm, 1824 One of my Favorite Artists of all time!
Les Océanides (Les Naiades de la mer), Oil by Gustave Doré (1832-1883, France)
Sriz - Dwelling at the tops of mountains and tall buildings across Poland, these ominous creatures are similar to banshees and other ghostly omens of death, calling out the names of local residents to foretell their oncoming deaths. Not much else is known about them, such as what (if any) gain they get from this morbid duty.