Irish faeries

The fairies of Ireland can hardly be said to differ in any respect from those of England and Scotland. Like them they are of diminutive size, rarely exceeding two feet in height; they live also in society, their ordinary abode being the interior of the mounds, called in Irish, Raths (Rahs). Their usual attire is … Read more

Scottish faeries

In Scotland the word for faery is sith, and is pronounced “shee” just as in the Irish Sidhe. Scottish names for faeries include the Still Folk, People of Peace, The Silent Moving Folk, Pixies, The Wee Folk, and Prowlies. Scottish Faeries dress in gren and live in burghs just like the Irish faeries. As in … Read more