Fuath

Fuath

In The Scottish Highlands area there are a faction of spectral monsters from the folk traditions of the. Taking a range of forms, Fuath (or Fuathann) live close to Lochs Rivers and open seas, indicating that they are mainly water monsters. They are occasionally known as the Arrachd (or Fuath-arrachd). A Fuath is the monster of the Brollachan, a malevolent creature that were known to attacking children. The name Fuath translates as “hatred” or “aversion” in Scots Gaelic or “hate” or “likeness” in old Irish.

Fuath 1 Fuath

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