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Jenny Greenteeth is a figure in English folklore. A river hag, similar to Peg Powler, she would pull children or the elderly into the water and drown them. She was often described as green-skinned, with long hair, and sharp teeth.

Muma padurii- Romanian folklore: an ugly and mean old hag that lived in the forest. She kidnaps children and enslaves them, though some she eats. She can shapeshift and lives in a dark hidden little house.

Called knockers in Cornwall, tommyknockers were small dwarf-like creatures who worked in the mines, tapping away and making strange noises deep in the rocks. Welsh mine goblins are not unlike the Knockers of Cornwall. Although usually seen as quite ugly and standing only 18 inches high, they are perceived as being friendly and helpful. They know where rich lodes of ore may be found

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Jenny Greenteeth (lives in a lake or river, drowns people, see also Peg Powler) thank you Brian Froud for the picture!

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Alright. I just wanted to add one short story about a mythological beast from the Inuit. This happens to be one of my favorite pictures of all time, just because of the level of creepiness involved. These are Qallupilluit, Qallupilluk sing