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In Celtic mythology a JointEater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly

In Celtic mythology a JointEater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly

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In Celtic mythology, a Joint-Eater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly

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In Celtic mythology, a Joint-Eater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly and consumes half of their victim's food. It is also known as an Alp-Lu…

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In Celtic mythology, a Joint-Eater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly and consumes half of their victim's food. It is also known as an Alp-Lu…

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In Celtic mythology, a Joint-Eater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly and consumes half of their victim's food. It is also known as an Alp-Lu…

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In Celtic mythology, a Joint-Eater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly and consumes half of their victim's food. It is also known as an Alp-Lu…

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In Celtic mythology, a Joint-Eater is a type of fairy who sits invisibly and consumes half of their victim's food. It is also known as an Alp-Luach…

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