A Servant Man Trapped In a Dancing Spell with the Faeries, Fairies in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Llangollen Wales
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Category: Fairies
Sub Category: Fairy Dances
Title: A Servant Man Trapped In a Dancing Spell with the Faeries


A young servant named Tudur ap Einion Gloff had a mad dance with a party of Faeries, or Goblins, at a place called Nant-yr-Ellyllon, a hollow half way up the hill to Castell Dinas Bran, in the neighbourhood of Llangollen.  All night and into the next day, Tudur danced frantically in the Nant, but he was rescued by his master, who understood how to break the spell and release his servant from the hold the Goblins had over him!  This he did by pronouncing certain pious words and Tudur returned home with his master.


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