Moroccan Mythos have Tales of The ''Aicha Kandicha''. These were Female Demons, akin to The Jinn. They were said to be ''beautiful women, often wearing long robes''. This was partially a disguise though. The reason for the fashion was to hide their ''cloven hoofs'' or (for some versions) ''Goat-like Legs''. They were seducers of Men, who drove them to ruin and suicide. Some cite that The Kandicha was a cautionary tale for young men to avoid Prostitutes in The Streets of Morocco. In other Regions, They lived in water (near Coastal and Port) Towns.