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The Each Uisge

In the Scottish Highlands, there is the tale of the Water-Horse, the Each Uisge  (pronounced ech-ooshkya).  Cousin to the infamous Kelpies that are thought to haunt river-shores, the… 88 more words


Object of the month Harvey Nix and púcas

The presence of Harvey Nix and ‘his character’ has developed over the years through additional humans joining ‘his clan’ (husband and children).

I am relieved that they all seem to be entertaining Harvey Nix’s existence. 419 more words

Monster Monday: Pooka

We all know about vampires and werewolves, or at least we think we do. The legends and myths that inspired these monsters are sometimes surprisingly different, but no less chilling. 249 more words


Secrets and Sighs

BOOK REVIEW by Felicity Allen

Brian O’Sullivan: Beara: Dark Legends, The Beara Trilogy, Book 1, Irish Imbas Books, Ireland, 2013

ISBN:     978-0-9922545-8-2

RRP: $32.99 (paperback) 820 more words

Book Review

Monster Monday- September 1, 2014


Puca is a trickster fairy that can be equally helpful and confusing at the same time. He spends most of his time climbing around the trees, sleeping in the branches, and fooling the other creatures in the forest with his pranks. 70 more words

Whispering to the Black Rabbit

Adding some fairy tale elements to my forest landscape. Inspired by the Irish folk belief in the the púca, or phooka. Considered to be bringers both of good and bad fortune. 30 more words


Puca Trade

For a while now, I’ve been looking for a trading site that uses a common currency. Deckbox is alright, but it still means having to trade between persons. 152 more words