Scottish folklore: Halloween, Loch Ness Monster, Yule, Robert the Bruce, Beltane, Columba, Lord of Misrule, Thomas the Rhymer, Tam Lin

 
9781156865996: Scottish folklore: Halloween, Loch Ness Monster, Yule, Robert the Bruce, Beltane, Columba, Lord of Misrule, Thomas the Rhymer, Tam Lin

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 118. Chapters: Halloween, Loch Ness Monster, Yule, Robert the Bruce, Beltane, Columba, Lord of Misrule, Thomas the Rhymer, Tam Lin, Cailleach, Deirdre, Andrew Lang, Saint Mungo, Fairy Flag, Fairy ring, Changeling, Green Man, Loch Ness Monster in popular culture, Rocking stone, Dunvegan Cup, Sawney Bean, The Gypsy Laddie, List of reported lake monsters, Selkie, Scottish mythology, Scottish pork taboo, Sir Rory Mor's Horn, Robert Roy MacGregor, Monster of Glamis, Yester Castle, Gulf of Corryvreckan, Black Bull of Norroway, Redcap, Brahan Seer, Gold-Tree and Silver-Tree, Finfolk, Fili, Nicnevin, Kate Crackernuts, Bogle, Hebridean mythology and folklore, Lord Reay, Lifting stone, Molly Whuppie, The Battle of the Birds, Kelpie, Queen of Elphame, Teribus ye teri odin, Fear liath, Christie-Cleek, Cutty-sark, Lady of Lawers, Widdershins, Fiery cross, Wallace Sword, Earl Brand, Adder stone, Sunwise, Billy Blind, William II de Soules, Crom Dubh, Merrow, Force-fire, Púca, Wild haggis, North Berwick witch trials, Morag, Wirry-cow, Trow, Shellycoat, Bean nighe, The Red Ettin, Religion of the Yellow Stick, First-Foot, Worm of Linton, Husafell Stone, Jock Tamson's Bairns, MacAlpin's treason, Taghairm, Bodach, Boobrie, Faoilleach, Seonaidh, Rushen Coatie, Nuckelavee, Bauk, Cirein-cròin, MacQueen of Pall à Chrocain, Bannatyne manuscript, The Queen of Elfan's Nourice, Lavellan, F. Marian McNeill, List of Scottish loch-monsters, Fat Lips, Deò-ghrèine, Druineach, Tangie, Muc-sheilch, Unspoken Water, Sluagh, Dòideag, Clay-body, Bard's blessing, Cain bairns, Clann-an-oistir, Fallaid, Fairy riding, Wonder tuft, MacGillonie, Mess John, Lèine bhàn, Slinneanachd, Seileag, Habetrot. Excerpt: The Loch Ness Monster (Scottish Gaelic Niseag) is a cryptid that is reputed to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. The most frequent speculation is that the c...

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