Orphan of Lannion
In a Breton legend, a girl who had been murdered reappeared every night in the form of a light flickering round the cross, near which the tragedy had occurred, and at the same hour. When the time arrived when she, had she been spared, would have died a natural death, the vision gradually attained a larger and more distinctly human shape. She was finally seen to ascend to heaven in the arms of an apparition in a luminous robe with wide stretched wings.
- Hazlitt, W. Carew. (1905). Faith and Folklore. 2 vols. London: Reeves and Turner, p. 2:665.
- Michel, F. and E. Fournier. (1859). Histoire des hotelleries, cabarets, courtilles. Paris: Adolphe Delahays.