Big Ghoul

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Wooden sculputure of the Grand’Goule by Jean Gagot (1677)

The Grand'Goule or Big Ghoul is a folklore dragon that continues to be celebrated in the Poitou region in France.[1]

In 2016 a nightclub named after the dragon stood accused in the death of an inebriated patron bouncers had ejected who subsequently stumbled off a nearby cliff.[1]

A choir named after the dragon has a long history.[2]


  1. ^ a b Charlotte Coutard (2016-03-29). "Poitiers : la boîte de nuit est-elle responsable de la mort de leur fils ?" [Poitiers: is the nightclub responsible for the death of their son?]. France Bleu. 
  2. ^ La Grand'Goule a l'Opéra en choeur
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