A banshee is a female spirit. Shee are the people in Ireland before the celts. They are also called the Faye or the Tuatha de Dannan , ie children of the God Danu. In Irish/Celtic mythology, a banshee is a spirit who heralds the death of a family member, usually by wailing, shrieking, or keening. She is often seen combing her hair. Her name is connected to the mythologically important tumuli or “mounds” that dot the Irish countryside, where the faye are said to live. In mythology the fair folk, or síde (shee) in Old Irish, are the mischievous spirits that cause everyone problems.
This doll is 16 inches tall and her clothes are removable.