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Phooka by Brian Froud A Phooka (Also spelled as Puca, meaning, "Ghost,") is an irish goblin that fits under the vast category of The Fae. Phookas are shapeshifters, often taking the form of a horse or goat although they have also been known to appears as a dog or bull. Phooks are prone tointra-species violence and are known for being vicious pranksters. though Phookas never enter human homes theirwelsh counterparts the Bookas are notorious kidnappers who break into the house Santa Clause style. Phookas also take pleasure in destroying crops, it's said any crops left unharvested on Samhain will then belong to the phookas any effort to cut the crops afterward will be rewarded with dead cattle. they are also thought to hibernate during the year between Beltane and Samhain.
Other names for the Phooka include: Booka (as mentioned above), Bwc, and Kornbock.

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Anonymous Puca 0 Aug 13 2012, 1:13 AM EDT by Anonymous
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Im Irish and in school we learned "puca" means "ghost"
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FlipFlopRagDoll dang 1 Nov 21 2011, 8:28 PM EST by Anonymous
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That's one ugly mother phooker
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Anonymous how 4 May 17 2011, 5:55 PM EDT by rascals_life
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how can people be sure one of those animals is a puck thats like saying my cat is mothman in disguise
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