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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After she had tried to shove an article down my throat about white privilege, written by another white lady - after feeling I didn't respond with the appropriate amount of enthusiasm.
There is a rumor that a headless white lady roams the streets at night.
At the gallery entrance, a large canvas, The White Lady of the Glaciers (all works 2016), hung on a narrow, freestanding wall partially blocking the view of the space behind it.
Lily, 31, said: "As far as I can tell she is a white lady that dresses up in Ali G, Goldie Lookin Chain kind of attire.
The White Lady of Prestatyn This is possibly the most famous and regularly reported ghost tale in North Wales.
Inside the house are different creepy monsters, ghost characters such as white lady, zombies, vampires, witches, and nun ghost called Valack; you can also see other fearful creations in every corner of the dark rooms, Singson said.
A white lady from the United States later on revealed to the international media that she was raped by at least 15 soldiers.
Crook Hall, Durham There is an air of mystery surrounding the 13th century manor house of Crook Hall, from rumours of secret passageways lost during the centuries of rebuilding and restructuring, to one of County Durham's best known ghosts - the White Lady of Crook Hall.
THE WHITE LADY OF PRESTATYN Possibly the most famous and regularly reported ghost tale in north Wales.
There are also stories of the White lady, whose son disappeared after falling into a pit of water.
Liverpool paranormal writer Tom Slemen says Speke Hall is haunted by a white lady, a see-through Victorian gardener, a ghostly priest who dates from the era of Cromwell, the solid-looking phantom of a priest who dates back to the 1930s and, believe it or not - a werewolf-like beast.
While there's evidence to suggest there are several ghosts here, the castle has two main ghosts, the White Lady and the Black Lady.