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Glen Maye Water Horse


Arthur William Moore in his The Folk-lore Of The Isle Of Man (1891) gave this account of a haunting connected to a Water Horse in the Glen Maye area. 'The people about Glen Meay believed that the glen below the waterfall was haunted by the spirit of a man, who one day met the Glashtin, or Cabbyl-Ushtey, and, thinking it was an ordinary horse, got upon its back, disappeared in the sea, and the rider was drowned.’

Cabyll-Ushtey

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