Le Carcolh (lou carcolh en gascon) est un escargot monstrueux appartenant au folklore du département français des Landes et propre à la ville de Hastingues. Toutefois, les références à cette créature ne sont pas antérieures au début du XXe siècle.

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  • Le Carcolh (lou carcolh en gascon) est un escargot monstrueux appartenant au folklore du département français des Landes et propre à la ville de Hastingues. Toutefois, les références à cette créature ne sont pas antérieures au début du XXe siècle.
  • Il Lou Carcolh o Carcolh è una creatura leggendaria del folclore francese. È descritta come un incrocio tra un serpente e un mollusco, dotato di conchiglia e tentacoli. Si ritenesse vivesse in caverne sotterranee situate nel sud-est della Francia. Il mito del Carcolh è spesso associato alla città di Hastingues, situata nelle Landes.
  • Lou Carcolh, or the Carcolh, is a supposed mythical beast from French folklore. It was described as being both a serpent and mollusk at the same time, taking characteristics from both types of animals. Its massive and long body carried an enormous shell upon its back, much like a snail's shell, that was believed to live in underground caverns in southwest France. Its gaping mouth was surrounded by several long, hairy, and slime covered tentacles that could extend for miles. These appendages stretched out from the cave it inhabited for a long distance and laid upon the ground among its own viscous slime. They would ensnare and drag back to its abode anything within reach. It would then swallow the victim whole with its gigantic mouth.The Carcolh is a nickname given to the city of Hastingues, in the French department of Landes, due to its situation on a rounded-shape hill. Furthermore, the men of Hastingues used to say, as a pleasant warning to young and pretty women "The carcolh will catch you!".
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  • Revue de Gascogne: bulletin bimestrial de la Société historique de Gascogne
  • Sorcières et loups-garous dans les Landes
  • La sorcellerie et l'insolite dans les Landes et les pays voisins
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  • Le Carcolh (lou carcolh en gascon) est un escargot monstrueux appartenant au folklore du département français des Landes et propre à la ville de Hastingues. Toutefois, les références à cette créature ne sont pas antérieures au début du XXe siècle.
  • Il Lou Carcolh o Carcolh è una creatura leggendaria del folclore francese. È descritta come un incrocio tra un serpente e un mollusco, dotato di conchiglia e tentacoli. Si ritenesse vivesse in caverne sotterranee situate nel sud-est della Francia. Il mito del Carcolh è spesso associato alla città di Hastingues, situata nelle Landes.
  • Lou Carcolh, or the Carcolh, is a supposed mythical beast from French folklore. It was described as being both a serpent and mollusk at the same time, taking characteristics from both types of animals. Its massive and long body carried an enormous shell upon its back, much like a snail's shell, that was believed to live in underground caverns in southwest France. Its gaping mouth was surrounded by several long, hairy, and slime covered tentacles that could extend for miles.
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