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Baba Yaga

In Slavic and Germanic Mythology, Baba Yaga is a hag (or witch) that flys around on ether a mortar or a broomstick, lives in a hut that runs on chicken legs, and is known to kidnap and attempt to eat children.

Type of Mythology: Slavic & Germanic

Notes: This is Part I of my October Series posts on creepy mythology and folklore.

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