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Fayette- French myth: greek nymphs the escaped christianization of the Mediterranean. They are tiny, but their magical powers are still as great as their greek ancestors. During the night they do their laundry, but as day breaks they dissipate into fog and turn into moles.

Fayette- French myth: greek nymphs the escaped christianization of the Mediterranean. They are tiny, but their magical powers are still as great as their greek ancestors. During the night they do their laundry, but as day breaks they dissipate into fog and turn into moles.

The Baobhan Sith, are a       strange breed of Scottish Vampiric entities. They most frequently manifest       as small groups of beguiling women, dressed in flowing green cloaks that       almost conceal the fact that their legs are of a form more befitting Deer.       They may also at times take the forms of Hooded Crows. Highland tales       relate how they may entrance men with their dancing before sinking their       fangs into them. The Baobhan Sith display a fear of cold iron.

The Baobhan Sith, are a strange breed of Scottish Vampiric entities. They most frequently manifest as small groups of beguiling women, dressed in flowing green cloaks that almost conceal the fact that their legs are of a form more befitting Deer. They may also at times take the forms of Hooded Crows. Highland tales relate how they may entrance men with their dancing before sinking their fangs into them. The Baobhan Sith display a fear of cold iron.

Roger Patterson (of the Patterson/Gimlin film) holding plaster casts taken from the famed creature

Roger Patterson (of the Patterson/Gimlin film) holding plaster casts taken from the famed creature

Musimon, Tityrus.  It nearly resembles a goat, with the head and horns of a ram, but has besides the horns of that beast, a pair of goat's horns. It is also mentioned in Guillim's "Display," where it is said to be a bigenerous beast, of unkindly procreation, engendered between a goat and a ram, like the Tityrus, the offspring of a sheep and goat, as noted by Upton.

Musimon, Tityrus. It nearly resembles a goat, with the head and horns of a ram, but has besides the horns of that beast, a pair of goat's horns. It is also mentioned in Guillim's "Display," where it is said to be a bigenerous beast, of unkindly procreation, engendered between a goat and a ram, like the Tityrus, the offspring of a sheep and goat, as noted by Upton.

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