Water Horses (aka Kelpies & Ech Uisge)

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Area(s) Reported: Scotland and Ireland
Date(s) Reported: ca. 1794-1900


See also: The Loch Ness Monster (aka "Nessie")
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Sources

  • "Folklore from the Hebrides: 1 - An-t-Each-Uisge," Article in Folk-Lore, Vol. VII, No. IV, December 1896, 1896 David Nutt, London, England. Pg. 400. Online: Click here!
  • Folklore of Scottish Lochs and Springs, by James Murray Mackinlay, 1893 W. Hodge & Co., Glasgow, Scotland. Pgs. 164-165, 174-175. Online: Click here!
  • "Kelpie," article in Faiths and Folklore: A Dictionary, Vol. I, by W. Carew Azlitt, 1905 Reeves and Turner, London, England. Pgs. 352-353. Online: Click here!
  • "Kelpie Stories," article in The Folk-lore Journal, Vol. VII, January-December 1889, 1889 Elliot Stock, London, England. Pgs. 199-201. Online: Click here!
  • Superstitions of the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, by John Gregorson Campbell, 1900 James MacLehose and Sons, Glasgow, Scotland. Pgs. 204-215. Online: Click here!
  • "Sutherland Folk-lore," by Frank Rinder, article in The Scottish Review, October 1896, London, England. Pgs. 258-260. Online: Click here!
  • "Tales of the Water-Kelpie," article in The Celtic Magazine, Vol. XII, No. CXLIII, September 1887, 1887 A. & W. Mackenzie, Inverness, Scotland. Pgs. 511-513. Online: Click here!
  • "Traces of River-Worship in Scottish Folk-lore," by J.M. Mackinlay, article in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Vol. XXX, 1896 Edinburgh, Scotland. Pg. 72. Online: Click here!

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