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by Micha F. Lindemans
Common name for the Irish Bean Sidhe. In Scotland the banshee is known as caoineag (wailing woman) and, although seldom seen, she is often heard in the hills and glens, by lakes or running water (see: Bean Nighe). The Welsh counterpart is the Gwrach y Rhibyn.

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