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Ireland's Hound of the Deep - Dobhar Chu

Dobhar-ChuThe Noppera-bo or faceless ghost, is a Japanese legendary creature. Nopperabou appear to be ordinary humans but they are actually shape shifters. They usually appear to the victim as someone they know before erasing their facial features to scare them. Theyre also known as a no-face or faceless ghost and they are known to be mischievous rather than malevolent.

Many sightings have been documented down through the years. Most recently in 2003 Irish Artist Sean Corcoran and his wife claim to have witnessed a Dobhar-Chú on Omey Island in Connemara, County Galway. In his description the large dark creature made a haunting screech, could swim fast and had orange flipper like feet.

Most countries have at least one <B>mythical monster</B> lurking in their waters or forests, and Ireland is no exception. In fact, the whole island is littered with legendary beasts and cryptids, but possibly the most impressive of them all is Dobhar Chu. Its often thought to be a sort of Irish version of the <B>Loch Ness Monster</B>, but Dobhar Chu is actually almost the polar opposite of Nessie. Where the latter is a more or less peaceful theoretical Scottish plesiosaur, the former is a bloodthirsty, crocodile-sized beast with an appetite for human flesh.

Ireland's Hound of the Deep - Dobhar Chu



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