“Nothing is as it has been and I miss your face like hell..And I guess it’s just as well, but I miss your face like hell..”
Basically, you and your body are involved in one big, creepy Feeder relationship.
The moral of the story: it takes a little more than roasting a cannibalistic witch alive to terrify your average Scottish child.
#3. Scottish Hansel and Gretel Make the Monster Murder His Own Family
In the Scottish tale “Molly Whuppie,” a family decides that they have too many children and leave three of the daughters out in the middle of the woods to die. The three girls wander around until they discover a house where, instead of a witch, a family of ogres lives.
Knowing that Ogre Dad is probably going to murder them in the night, the human girls trick the dad into thinking his own children are the visitors. That’s right — Ogre Dad slips into the room in the middle of the night and, due to the human girls’ ploy, inadvertently strangles his own daughters to death like a shriekingly blood-hungry Shrek.