These front-garden dwellers appear at first to be seductive forest creatures, and can often be glimpsed through gaps in net curtains. They try to tempt the unwary to thoughts of bigotry and mistrust of outsiders. For each unfounded thought a Conifer Huldra can trick from you, another branch of conifer is left dead as a marker. A Conifer Huldra will always face towards you because they have cow’s tails and hollow newspaper-mache backs.
image thanks to @maxogden