A day more was spent in a Wild Hunt among the bergs, and the party returned to the brig.
Bowker, p. 73, relates a story embodying a similar episode, but apparently connected with Wild Hunt legends.
But the others freshened up at being so harried, and the kind of Wild Hunt continued hotter than ever.
Uller was also considered god of death, and was supposed to ride in the Wild Hunt, and at times even to lead it.
That is the "Wild Hunt of Wodan," he says; the god is out with his followers, and woe to him who gets in his way!
One evening, after a Wild Hunt for the doctor, he had found her motionless and quite white.
The clamour of that Wild Hunt died away, and we breathed more freely.
For Ralph there was no home—only this Wild Hunt from place to place, with no safety and rest.
But it is necessary to dwell a little on the relations of the Horse to this Wild Hunt.
Finally, later popular belief often placed Woden at the head of the Wild Hunt or ghostly army.