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The Nocnitsa is also present in Russian, Serbian and Slovakian folklore.

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The Nocnitsa, or "Night Hag", in Polish mythology, is a nightmare spirit that also goes by the name Krisky or Plaksy.
Apr 10, 1997 The night-hag of Russian, Polish, Serbian, and Slovak folklore. She torments children at night.
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