Who scare children in different countries
The legend of each character of the "bugger" in different countries is different, but in many cultures (perhaps, with the exception of Japan) there are similar traits. Many characters are children in the form of old men with blurred bags (in these bags, there are no mischiefs in these bags) or they do not even have appearance, but take the form of children’s nightmares.
In England has long loved to scare children with all sorts of horror. Victorians, generally inclined to intimidate their own children in educational purposes, often composed children’s children – for example, in the River Tis, in the north of England, the water old woman PEG Pauler, dragging naughty children under the water. She preferred those who bathes on Sundays instead of learning the Bible in Sunday School. Her relatives were the long-reach Nal and Jenny Green Teeth, who tried fidgets in other counties. In addition to these mandes there was a group of monsters, at the head of which the bugmen always march. Bougieman does not have appearance, it is unclear and most often takes the form of fears in the child’s head. Scares the bugmen, of course, naughty and those who sucks the fingers in a dream – touches them with their fingers, from whose touchs, as the legend says, warts arise. A bugman appears at night, and in the afternoon it hides in the closet, under the bed, behind the door and in other places where the sunlight does not fall.
A man with a sack
Spain, Portugal, Brazil
Ombre Del Kostal (Ombre del Sako – a man with a bag) – the main fear of all children of Latin America. He is old, Torsch, angry and not just scares playful children, but also pulls them into the dark kingdom in his bracked bag, and then eats. In Brazil, though, sometimes he sells them to slavery. In Chile and in Argentina, the old man with a bag does not steal children, but takes them away from the tired parents who, tortured by their own chad, they believe that from hooligans you can get rid of the dinner when the old man with a bag makes. The legend of a man with a bag may have a real basis: allegedly in 1910 in Almeria there was a certain Francisco Ortega, patient with tuberculosis and desperately looking for a medicine from his illness. He came to the healer of Francisco Leone, he came to the healer of Francisco: he recommended her child’s blood and smeared her on his chest. Francisco did this: he kidnapped the young Bernardo Gonzalez Parra, took him in a bag into his estate, where brutally dealt with him. From Tuberculosis, he, however, did not cure himself: the crime was revealed, and he was executed.
Black Pete is only under Christmas: he brings good and sample-obedient children, and shkodily takes back in an empty bag. Those who behave badly, but still not out of the hands awful, he simply leaves no gifts, sometimes he bringing them a joke or a bundle of roga, or a coal head. For the first time in the press, the Character of Black Pita was mentioned in 1850 in the book of Jan Shenkman: there he was strict, but fair Maurus – Hence the name. However, the legend of black Pete was in the go back in Holland in the XV century. The dark image of the Maurus reflected the occupation of the Netherlands of Spain. Black pit was associated with pirates, which were scared of naughty Dutch children, they say, they will take them in a pirate lair and will be outwood – so black pita was often depicted with a stick.
Alpine regions: Austria, Romania, South Tyrol, South Bavaria
Krampus – a strange shaggy messenger with horns. According to legend, he punishes naughty children in Christmas. Particularly playful boys and girls he picks up with him in a bag and takes into the kingdom of Santa Claus, where children work hard to pay their provinces. This item is related to the fact that during the origin of the mavra legends often took Europeans to slavery. Educational methods involving Krampus are so popular that in some areas – for example, in Hungary, Slovenia and the Czech Republic – young people often dress up with Krampus and go to the streets on the streets, frightening children by ringing of old bells and clang chains. Chains are considered an attribute of the devil, which I caught church in the shackles.
Coco looks nestless (in essence, Coco is just a dark shadow on the roof, relentlessly following all children in the city), but behaves completely disgusting: he abducts and eats naughty children. Everything else he can do so that the stolen child will never find and it will disappear without a trace and forever. Often Coco called the rival of the guardian angel and generally the devil, and also it is believed that Coco can become a deceased relative.
Thunderstorm of all French children who do not want to go to bed on time – Kostoprav. In the afternoon, he hides under the porch of the house or somewhere in the Dark Chulana, but as soon as the twilight goes down, goes to the will and wanders around the city in search of children who do not want to fall asleep. He takes them into his dark shelter. What is interesting, Kostopev appeared not just from the violent imagination of French parents. In the XIX century, when there was no anesthesia, it was from the Cabinet of the Kostonoprava’s doctor, the most terrible screams came, not a joke of frightening children.
Perhaps the most terrible creature of children scare in Japan. TEK-TEK – the ghost of Women’s Casima Reiko, who was not careful enough and moved it, craving in half. Since then, her non-adhesive soul crashes in the country on the elbows, dragging over chops and leaving the bloody traces. Under this terrible knock of elbows – TEK-tack-fueling – it was called. The same, according to the legend, will happen to children who have warmed on the street above the time: they will overtake the fuel and fuel industry and kill, craving oblique in half.