Where do the leprachans live?

United States
March 26, 2007 5:39pm CST
Have you ever wondered where they live - one specific area or are they throughout Ireland? I am part Irish on my mother's side of the family and really do have the Irish temper, stubborness and pure mischief! So, where do the leprachans live? Perhaps it is best we do not know - they will find us! Has anyone ever met one? Sunnywaters
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@tinamwhite (3255)
• United States
27 Mar 07
Well, I am not sure that they exist either BUT, I do think it is intriguing to think that they might! Wouldn't that be wonderful to run into a "freindly little leprachan". The world is so full of skepticism and negativity. I really do not see the harm in wondering about "mythical creatures". Dinosaurs are still being studied, to this day, and we know they were here. Entire civilizations have been built throughout history on the beliefs of something/someone that has never been seen. So I say, best of luck to you, if you should happen to run into one of these "little people dressed in green"!!
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@teenal (970)
• Ireland
26 Mar 07
Well Im Irish born and rared and from an all Irish background and Ive never seen what we call the little people. My father swore untill his dying day that he saw two leprachauns in a place called Glendalough just outside Dublin but I dont kow if they exist. Faries on the other hand I have seen once when I was about 12 years old so maybe the little men in green do exist.
• United States
26 Mar 07
honey wake up they dont exist!ive been to Ireland many times and they only appear to drunks!usualy riding on pink elephants!
@sssxzz (28)
• United States
29 Mar 07
I'm sorry, but I disagree. Just because you've never seen one, doesn't mean that they don't exist. Maybe they only appear to the "true" belivers!!
@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
31 Mar 07
I can't say for sure if they exist but I'd like to think they do. I like to think a lot of things that we think of as mythical exist in one form or another. Perhaps they aren't fully part of our world but they can be a part of our lives. I would love to meet one but who knows if that will ever happen but even if it doesn't I can let their stories be a part of me and I can share those with my family.
@sssxzz (28)
• United States
29 Mar 07
My mother was of Irish descent. If I ever take a trip out of this country, it will be to Ireland. I can't say that leprachans or the Farie people exist, but I hope to find out while I am there. I am quite looking forward to sitting down with a Chan or feeling the flutter of wings on my cheek.