The Fuath and the Brollachan

Along a burn by Loch Migdale, there was once a mill named Moulin na Vaugha /Fouadh, ‘Mill of the Fuath’, haunted by the Fuath and her son, the amorphous Brollachan.

The Fuath (from Scottish Gaelic, meaning ‘hate’, and pronounced ‘vough’ in English) was a class of malevolent spirits in Scottish Highland folklore, particularly associated with water. A female Fuath sometimes could reputedly intermarry with humans and their offspring would develop a. . .

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