Wild or forest girls are female looking creatures of the shorter statue who live deep in the forest. Their body is covered in hair, they have longer and stronger arms, and they are very strong and can run very fast. They live in the oak trees and are seen flying among treetop during the day. They don’t wear clothes, and their body is hidden by long brown hair. They were never heard talking to each other or to people, but they are known to call one another with loud and long screams. When they are hungry they scream and shout.
Wild girls come out of woods with first autumn fogs coming closer to shepherds’ fires to get themselves warm.
They avoid people because they are scared of them, but there have been situations when they came into houses. They came to people’s backyards driven by great hunger. Woman of the house would usually leave them some food in the corner of the backyard and wild girls would be very grateful for it and would do small chores, such as cleaning the yard or a barn, getting firewood or something similar as a sign of their gratitude.
Wild girls are never mean to people, and although people mistreated them sometimes they never took revenge.