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A grinning old womans head with a pair of goat legs. She will greet travellers at a crossroad or a lightning split elm with the refrain "sing how ye feel and I'll dance ye a reel"
She will then dance a gleeful dance and also reward particular fine singers with the gift of songbirds bursting from their mouths everytime they sing. Someone who si:ngs mockingly will be rewarded with shitting a goose
A orange man with a very wide face. Will come to weary parents and offer to lull the quarrelsome child . If the parent accepts he will sew the childs mouth shut. If the stitching is removed Hob-Hush-Don't-Cry will angrily appear and demand the parent pay a price for ruining his fine work and give them his mouse brides impossibly dainty dress to fix. Otherwise he and his dozen mouse sons will pinch and worry the child endlessly.
A very big cow with big saucer eyes that follows travellers at night treading silently on the tops of trees. If you make direct eye contact it will let out a frightful howl and disappear. Travel that night will take 3 times as long with 3 times the troubles but your sons and daughters will have moderate success as sailors.
Small wee fellows so wrinkly and saggy that their eyes are lost in their folds and crevices. They finds their way good still by sniffing and huffing everywhere and holding his brow up on occasion like a oafsome fringe.
Small bands of them will ruffle through unminded possessions looking for cheese. If there is no cheese they will furiously piss on whatever food and finements there is. IF the people so bedeviled later complain about the food they will throw hornets nests down on them from trees.
A wicked woman with long long arms and long long legs and wild fierce hair. Eats up wayward children in 3 tidy bites.