And have him howling night and day as if we had a brood of banshees about the place?
We were all wailing like banshees up there, but she no more than the rest.
I had read of banshees, lemures and leprechauns; they were the ghosts and the fairies of ignorance but they were not like this.
Others, again, claim that banshees are mere thought materialisations handed down from one generation to another.
In the West Indies the Lilac is a flower of mysterious power; its perfume keeps away evil spirits, ghosts, banshees.
The banshees carried the butterfly away with them and in their home she grew to be as beautiful a banshee as she had been a child.
Those who were not killed were driven from the country, all of which accounts for there being no banshees in Ireland now.
She touched my elbow and said, "Child, don't look toward the window, the banshees are out to-night."
The Banshees dealt with in the last chapter may all be described as sympathetic or friendly Banshees.