Sep 6, 2017
British Goblins: Welsh Folk Lore, Fairy
Mythology, Legends and Traditions (1881)
Book 2 Chapter 3
We hear abut ghostly hounds, as well as the Gwyllgi or the Dog of Darkness with the gleaming eyes, about how horses can see terrifying spectres. Sikes tells us the story of Old Anthony and the Dog of Darkness and that of Rebecca Adam who saw and heard its terrible screams..
Names Used in this Section
All proper names, and words in Welsh or other languages, are recorded here in the show-notes and we've done our best to get the pronounciations right for you.
Rev. Mr. Hughes
St. Elian Church
David Walter, of Pembrokeshire
The Devil's Nags
Laugharne Castle, Carmarthenshire
Pant y Madog
Andrew Jackson Davis
Isle of Man
Shock of the Norfolk Coast
British Goblins can be found on Archive.org
You can find out more about Wirt Sikes on Wikipedia.