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The Irish word for demon is deamhan and it is certainly well used because Celtic mythology has always feared an array of evil forces, monsters, demons, and ghosts. The ancient Celts had hundreds of Irish mythical deities, but as with most cultures, they had their demons as well.

Some of the Celtic “monsters” were originally gods but were later demonized as pagan creatures when many of the Celts became Christians .

Dearg-due, an Irish name meaning “red blood sucker,” is a female demon that seduces men and then drains them of their blood.

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