[Christine O’Keeffe’s Halloween Monster and Faery List]

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    1. Joseph Jacobs (1854–1916), More English Fairy Tales, llustrations by John Dickson Batten (1860–1932), UK: England: London: David Nutt ©1894, Habetrot & Scantlie Mab, The Hobyahs [Selkirkshire/Perth], Hereafterthis, The Golden Ball [York], My Own Self [Yorkshire], Black Bull of Norroway [Norway], Yallery Brown [Midlands: Lincolnshire], 3 Feathers, Sir Gammer Vans, Tom Hickathrift [Anglia: Norfolk: Giant of the Isle of Ely vs Wisbech: Water of Life Giant of the Cambridgeshire Fens], Pedlar of Swaffham [Anglia: Norfolk: Oak Treasure: Diary of Abraham dela Pryme ©1699], The Hedley Kow [Northumberland: Hedley on the Hill], Gobborn Seer: The Wonder-Smith [7th century], Lawkamercyme [King’s Highway], Tattercoats, The Wee Bannock, Johnny Gloke, Coat o’ Clay, 3 Cows, Blinded Giant, Scrapefoot, The Old Witch, The 3 Wishes, Claddedigaith y Lleuad: The Buried Moon, A Son of Adam, The Children in the Wood [Anglia: Norfolk: Wayland Wood Murder Ballad ©1595], A Pottle o’ Brains, The King of England & his 3 Sons, King John & the Abbot of Canterbury, Rushen Coatie [Borders], The King o’ the Cats [West Midlands borders Wales: Herefordshire], Tamlane [Borders: Carterhaugh Wood], The Stars in the Sky, Puddock, Mousie & Ratton, The Little Bull-Calf, The Wee, Wee Mannie, Old Mother Wiggle-Waggle, Catskin, Stupid’s Cries, The Lambton Worm [Yorkshire/County Durham: Serpent with 9 holes on each side of its salamander-like head caught on a fish-hook by nobleman John Lambton from the River Wear as a baby on a Sunday & thrown down a well. After 3–4 years terrorizes the Durham countryside while the nobleman who caught it is at the Crusades. The worm coiled itself 7 times around Worm Hill, Fatstock, eating cows, sheep & snatching children, uprooting trees by coiling its tail around them & waving them like a club against Crusader Knights. Upon return, after 7 years in Palestine, the nobleman receives spiked armour & instructions from a wise woman of Durham to kill the serpent. The worm sedated at Lambton Castle by a daily feeding ritual of 9 cows, 20 gallons, or a filled wooden/stone trough. Bram Stoker used this legend in his short story Lair of the White Worm. Whiteworm sighting a sign of good luck. The Sockburn Worm laid waste to Sockburn, County Durham, opposite the River Tees in Yorkshire & slain at Croft-on-Tees by Sir John Conyers. Lewis Carroll’s poem Jabberwocky written in Croft-on-Tees & Whitburn. “Some attribute the city’s name to the legend of the Dun Cow & the milkmaid who in legend guided the monks of Lindisfarne carrying the body of Saint Cuthbert to the site of the present city in 995 AD. Dun Cow Lane is said to be one of the 1st streets in Durham.”], The Wise Men of Gotham [Midlands: Nottinghamshire ©1576], Princess of Canterbury.
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  254. Heather McNeil, Illustrator: Nancy Chien–Eriksen, The Celtic Breeze: Stories of the Otherworld from Scotland, Ireland, & Wales, Kirsty McKay, South Uist: Leanamh Tacharan (pron. LYEHN-uv TAKH-uh-run): The Changeling Child, Niall Noígiallach (NE-yul NUY-yee-uhl-ach): Cloud of the 9, An Laoidh Diarmaid (ah LOO-ee JEE-arm-itch), A T-each-uisge agus an ighean (ahn chekh OOSH-guh AH-goos ah NEE-un): The Kelpie & the Girl, Tir na Mhiann na Chridhe (cheer nah VEE-awn nah KREE-yah): Land of Heart’s Desire, Gwraig Annwn: Lady of the Lake, Am Bron Mara (ahm brawn MAH-rah): The Sea Sorrow, Claddedigaith y Lleuad (klah-theh-DEE geith uh HLEI-ahd): The Buried Moon, Uamh a’ Phiobaire (OO-uv ah FEE-bah-ruh): The Piper’s Cave, Pronounciation: George Seto & Liam Cassidy GAIDHLIG-B Listserv, Frank Dagostino CELTIC-L Listserv, Gaelic Instructor Glenn Wrightson: a’mhuir (a VOOR), boireannach dall (BUH-ren ach DOWL), An Ionndrainn-Mhara (ahn EWE-uhn-dry-uhn-VAR-ah): The Sea Longing, ruidhle (RYEE-uh-luh) = reel, bi samhach (bee SAH-vahkh): Be Quiet, sgeulachdan (SKEE-lahk-un): stories, sannt (sount): greed, draoidheachd (DROO-ee-ahkh): magic, sios (SHEE-us): down, Righ nan Sithichean (ree nun SHEE-ack-an): King of the Faeries, USA: Libraries Unlimited World Folklore Series: Greenwood Publishing Group Inc: P.O. Box 6633, Englewood, Colorado 80155–6633 ©2001. ISBN: 1-563-08778-82 Westport News: Westport’s Greenwood Publishing to Close, 150 Jobs Cut, Monday, October 06, 2008 “Greenwood was founded as Greenwood Press, Inc., in 1967 by Harold Mason, a librarian & antiquarian bookseller, & Harold Schwartz, who had a background in trade publishing.”
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  260. Vicar Reverend David Charles Bryant BSc, St Gladys & St Gwynllyn, St Gobnet, St Conan, Samson the Hospitable, St Austol, St David, St Phelim, St Sulian, Ruman of Tavistock, Ss Ethenia & Fidelmia, St Felicitas & her 7 martyred sons, St Melangell, St Brannock of Braunton tone 1, Troparian Page, UK: Wales: Church in Wales Anglican Communion: Croeso Parish of Llandwrog & Llanwydna, Diocese of Bangor, Vicarage, Groeslon, Caernarfon LL54 7DL, Téléphone: (01286) 83l0584 Facsimile: (01286) 830614 ©2006
  261. General Editor Thomas Owen Clancy, Translator Gilbert Márkus, University of Glasgow, Conaing, Annals of Tigernach ©622 AD, The Triumph Tree: Scotland’s Earliest Poetry AD 550-1350, UK: Scotland: County Edinburghshire/Midlothian: Edinburgh: Canongate: Est. 1973 Stephanie Wolfe Murray & Angus Wolfe Murray. ©1998. ISBN: 0-862-41787-1 [Michael Newton: Note that the sea is personified as a woman in the 2nd stanza. The sacred tree of Tortan in County Meath is also mentioned.]
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  263. Denis Ferfecki, Salmo Trutta: The Brown Trout (archived), USA: New Jersey State: New Jersey Outdoor Alliance, A Nonprofit Corporation, P.O. Box 21, Belvidere NJ 07823 ©2002 [Ban Naomha a magical trout that swam in the sacred well of the sun, Kil-na-Greina in County Cork. Invisible to all but the 2nd sighted it’s said that if one took 3 drinks from the well, crawled around it 3 times & then placed an egg sized stone upon the altar the trout would show itself & answer any question.]
  264. Jacques Heurgon (1903–1995), Professor of Latin at Sorbonne University, Erich Gose: Der Templebezerk des Lenus Mars im Trier: Trierer Grabungen und Forschungen Berlin: The Temple of Lenus Mars at Trêves/Trier: Trier excavations & research Berlin: Gebr. Mann ©1955, You need a subscription to Princeton University® JSTOR: Journal STORage to read this :-( The Journal of Roman Studies Vol 47 No 1/2, pg 281, Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies: Senate House, Malet Street: London, England WC1E 7HU ©1957
  265. Gaelic Instructor Barry Kelly, Mullinavat’s Townlands & Their Meanings [Rathkeiran Parish & Kilbecan Parish, Muillean an Bhata: The Mill of the Stick: Ancient mill which could only be approached by means of a rough stick over the Glendonnel River, where the bridge on the main road is now – Source: William Carrigan (1860–1924), The History & Antiquities of the Diocese of Ossory by the Rev. William Carrigan C.C., Member of the Royal Irish Academy with a Preface by the Most Rev. Dr. Brownrigg, Lord Bishop of Ossory, Vol. 4, pg 172, Ireland: Leinster Province: County Dublin: The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland: Royal Society of the Antiquaries of Ireland: Dublin: Sealy, Bryers & Walker: Middle Abbey St. ©1905], Ireland: Leinster Province: County Kilkenny: Earlsrath a.k.a Rawaneerla, Mullinavat Village, Coordinates: 52°22′00″N 7°10′00″ W, N9: Dublin-Waterford National Primary Road. Téléphone: +35-386-811-6328 ©1999-2006. Osraighe: Deer / Uisragagh: Water Kingdom: Rivers Nore, Barrow & Suir meet.

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