On the coldest winter nights, Odin can be heard rushing through midair on his eight-foot steed Sleipnir, and this is often referred to as the Wild Hunt. Odin was worshiped as the leader of all disembodied spirits. In this character, he was most generally referred to as the Wild Huntsman.
When the people of Northern Europe heard the rushing roar of the wind, they cried aloud in superstitious fear. They were certain that they had heard Odin ride past with his train of phantom hunters, all mounted on snorting steeds and accompanied by hounds.
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