Dreach-Fhoula

(DROC-O LA)
Variations: Dreach-Shoula, Droch-Fhoula
In ancient Ireland dreach-fhoula ("taintedblood") was a type of vampiric fay. However, in modern times, the word is now used to refer to a blood feud between families. There is a castle in Kerry County, Ireland named DU'N DREACH-FHOULA ("the place of tainted blood").
Source: Curran, Vampires, 64

Encyclopedia of vampire mythology . 2014.

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  • Du'n Dreach-Fhoula — (DO in DROC OLA) Variations: Dune Droc Ola ( Castle of the Blood Visage ) In a place called Magillycuddy Reeks in Kerry County, Ireland, stands a castle named Du n Dreach Fhoula ( the place of tainted blood ). Originally it was intended to be a… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • Dun Dreach-Fhoula — (DO in DROC OLA) Variations: Dune Droc Ola ( Castle of the Blood Visage ) In a place called Magillycuddy Reeks in Kerry County, Ireland, stands a castle named Du n Dreach Fhoula ( the place of tainted blood ). Originally it was intended to be a… …   Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

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