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In Irish and Scottish folklore, the Sluagh (Irish pronunciation: [sɫuə], Scottish Gaelic: [slˠ̪uaɣ], modern Irish spelling Slua, English: "horde, crowd") were the spirits of the restless dead. Sometimes they were seen as sinners, or generally evil people who were welcome in neither heaven nor hell, nor in the Otherworld, who had also been rejected by the Celtic deities and by the earth itself. Whichever the underlying belief, they are almost always depicted as troublesome and destructive.

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ladiesss: (winter • obsessions)
"Hey, you've reached Krista's voicemail.
Or whatever the equivalent is on this future walkie-talkie thing.
Leave me a message and I'll get back to you."


[ BEEP. ]

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