The Screaming Banshee Lives!! [Or Will Do!]


Hey Folks,

Well Suze is full guns blaring and raring to go, go , go Banshee go!

I have been given the all clear to setting up her WordPress shell, and tasked with finding a suitable Banshee image, as this one isn’t suitable…

“Well where’s the Banshee Rory? I don’t see the Banshee, how is that a Banshee?”

“Well erm, well it’s not actually a Banshee babes, it is a digital thing of sorts, a digital ghostly presence thingy ….”

“But that’s not a Banshee is it?”

“No , it’s not a proper Banshee at all, l will try and find you a free image that you can use as a Banshee.”

So l am now tasked with trying to find a choice of Banshee images, which is where y’all come into your own ….have you seen any free Banshee images l can use?

Pixabays answer to ‘Banshee’ was this???



However Imgflip offered this …


So can anyone else find a free image for a Banshee that can beat these two?

A call out thank you to Cheryl of The Bag Lady for her mention of Much Ado About Everything as a suggestion for Blog Title, but that will be used as a Tagline, so Suze says Thank you Cheryl 🙂

18 thoughts on “The Screaming Banshee Lives!! [Or Will Do!]

    1. Yes do l, l think the Pixabay Banshee must be a make of a quad bike, because it doesn’t look like anything l would imagine to be a Banshee 🙂

    1. Hey Ashley, totally agree looks like a banshee, think Suze will appreciate how l have managed to source an image that captures her own moods at times lmao!

  1. Type in “Pixabay Mythical Banshee” and you’ll get a huge variety of the kind of banshee you’re looking for. I’m going to promote Suze’s blog and will post my two top picks from Pixabay. Alternatively, I’d be happy to design Suze one if she would like. 🙂

  2. Sadje: A banshee is (as I understand it…my Irish roots showing I suppose) a sort of ghost that flies ’round and screams loudly. If you look upon its face, you’re sure to die (or something). Now Google offers this explanation:

    A banshee (/ˈbænʃiː/ BAN-shee; Modern Irish bean sí, baintsí, from Old Irish: ben síde, baintsíde, pronounced [bʲen ˈʃiːðʲe, banˈtiːðe], “woman of the fairy mound” or “fairy woman”) is a female spirit in Irish mythology who heralds the death of a family member, usually by wailing, shrieking, or keening. Her name is connected to the mythologically important tumuli or “mounds” that dot the Irish countryside, which are known as síde (singular síd) in Old Irish.[1]

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