White Lady


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White Lady

ghost seen in different castles and palaces belonging to Prussia’s royal family. [Prussian Folklore: Brewer Hand-book, 1207]
See: Ghost

White Lady

of Avenel “a tutelary spirit.” [Br. Lit.: The Monastery, Brewer Handbook, 1208]
See: Ghost

White Lady

of Ireland the domestic spirit of a family; intimates approaching death with shrieks [Irish Folklore: Brewer Handbook, 1208]
See: Ghost
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Today, sightings of The White Lady are very common.
While there's evidence to suggest there are several ghosts here, the castle has two main ghosts, the White Lady and the Black Lady.
The chest was never found and The White Lady is said to remain.
Let me vent about a white lady calling a black till lady at Pick n Pay "Kaffir", in front of hundreds of people, but not even a single person did anything.
Staff think he might have captured images of the ghostly White Lady of Rufford who, according to legend, is believed to be the spirit of illfated Arbella Stuart.
The misty white figure he captured has been identified as the White Lady of Rufford Abbey - the subject of numerous sightings at the site.
A little, black-skinned boy brushes past a white lady and knocks her raggedy sign to the ground.
London, Oct, 28 ( ANI ): A British woman believes has claimed that she has a picture to prove that the spirit of the White Lady healed her post-surgery infection when she visited a church during a family summer holiday in Norfolk.
Creator of the gin-based White Lady and author of The Savoy Cocktail Book, here's his recipe to inspire budding mixologists.
Jamie McGowan, customer services manager at Pica Pica, said Diamond Lady was based on the popular cocktail White Lady.