Why Is The Fetch Seen As A Death Omen in Irish Folklore? artwork
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Why Is The Fetch Seen As A Death Omen in Irish Folklore?

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  • October 17th 2020

The fetch appears in folklore as an apparition seen when another is apparently dead or dying. 

But what is it? Is it always a death omen? And why do people keep seeing them even now? 

Find out in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore!

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Fabulous Folklore will give you your weekly fix of fabulous folklore in fifteen minutes (or less)!

Hosted by fantasy and Gothic horror writer, Icy Sedgwick, the podcast explores folklore, legends, superstitions, mythology, and all things weird, occult and unusual.