|Photo of Kelpie statue in Falkirk by Rosser 1954 via|
|The Kelpie, 1913 by Herbert James Draper|
lures men to her side before transforming back into her true Water Horse self and pulling the men down into the depths of the cold water.
Kelpies are spoken of all over Scotland and are known by different names according to region. In Orkney they are called "Nuggles" (not to be confused with those unmagical "Muggles" of Harry Potter fame) and in the Shetland Islands they go by the wonderful name of "Shoopiltie."
|Photo of Chapel House Black Magic by By V8Jess |
via Wikimedia Commons
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