A Servant Man Dancing with the Fairies for Three Days and Three Nights, Fairies in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Unknown Wales
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Category: Fairies
Sub Category: Fairy Dances
Title: A Servant Man Dancing with the Fairies for Three Days and Three Nights


There is a tale in connection with a place called Llyn-y-Ffynonau.  There was there racing and dancing, harping and furious fiddling, and the servant man of Gelli Ffrydau with his two dogs in their midst jumping and dancing like mad.  There they were for three days and three nights without a break dancing as if for very life and were it not that there lived nearby a conjuror, who knew how things were going on? Without a doubt the poor servant man would have danced himself to death with the Fairies.  But he was spared this time.


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