Irish Fairy and Folk Tales – the Cú Sidhe, a Fairy Hound – Irish Pagan Beliefs

Irish Folklore Friday… “In olden days there was a dog to be seen at the mouth of the cave. This dog was said to be a fairy hound.” Besides the Cú Sidhe, there are a couple of other elements of the Fairy Faith in Ireland captured in this interesting wee story.
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Posted on January 18, 2019 by A.J. Drew
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