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The Banshee: A Zoological StudyThe Banshee: A Zoological Study from the Private Notebooks of Dr. Lorcan ByrneThe Banshee: A Zoological Study by wafagan14
The Banshee is a creature that hails from the green fens and fields of Ireland, that magical land west of Great Britain. Few have seen a banshee in the flesh, but there are few who haven’t heard its wailing call on moonless nights.
They often inhabit the abandoned ruins of castles that dot the Irish landscape. Some believe they are the spirits of the castle lords, having escaped the afterlife to hold dominion over their mortal kingdoms. They are not by nature social creatures; they live in small groups of three or four, and are fiercely territorial. Some banshees have been discovered in urban areas, hiding in church belfry’s or atop skyscrapers.
The Banshee is a shape-shifter with two forms, by day they wander the fields and forests as humans. They are tall and lean, with shoulders hunched. They stand bent against the wind and rain. Their hair is black and unruly; their faces noble but fierce, wi