Tags » Puca

Ireland: Part 6

Now readers, we’ve been through alot together. At the beginning of my journey I was ready to head back straight to Canada and be reunited with my cozy bed and a hot cup of chicken noodle soup. 1,308 more words


Púca/Pooka the pup

It’s the name of a small dog that visits the Café in which I work, The Saltwater Beach Café, Chalkwell. A tiny, fluffy, bundle of joy that loves the simple things in life… her owner, fellow puppy pal, long walks along the beach and sausages. 208 more words

A Happy The Devil Spits Day to You!

Being that our wedding anniversary is 11 October and the well of my genius has been running dry as of late, I decided to scour the internet (ie search on Wikipedia) for a(nother) interesting event that might have happened on this day in history. 378 more words

IR: What Is the Púca?

The puca, or pooka, is a complicated creature. Often thought of as either a malevolent or benevolent being of old world Ireland. Some reports claim there is no faery feared more in Ireland than the Puca. 1,214 more words


Close Encounters of the Bovine Kind

Blessed Well, Tobairin Beannaithe, Cashelfean

I have been trying to find this well for ages. It is not marked on the current OS Landranger map but I was intrigued by three detailed entries in the… 1,410 more words

West Cork

Lee Shore

Elwood Dowd is the only one in town who can actually see Harvey, a Norse-Celtic púca spirit that takes the form of a (usually) invisible rabbit more than six feet tall.

312 more words