Topielec

Topielec (plural "Topielce"), Vodník or Utopiec is a name applied to Slavic spirits of water. The "topielce" are spirits of human souls that died drowning, residing in the element of their own demise. They are responsible for sucking people into swamps and lakes as well as killing the animals standing near the still waters.


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