Leprechaun (or Leprauchaun, Leprighaun)

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Area(s) Reported: Ireland
Date(s) Reported: 1639 to Present (possibly earlier)

The world outside of Ireland first really heard of Leprechauns, a fairy that is unique to that country, in 1814; and we've been screwing it up ever since! About the only things that aren't wrong with the average depiction of these guys is that they are little men who know of hidden treasure. Past that... well. Want to know more? Become a Patron!

See also: Cluricaune
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