The people of Doukkala in west-central Morocco spoke of a female jinn named Haraja (or l-Hraja), who was very libidinous and capable of maddening or killing people with fear. She came from watery or haunted places and assumed different forms on different occasions. A young man from the Shawia tribe of the Casablanca area told Westermarck that Haraja was black and that her head, including the face, was covered with long hair. She had also been seen as a he-goat, and as a red dog with a big human head. Due to her watery abode and her intense sexuality, Haraja appeared to be a central Moroccan variant of 'Aisha Qandisha.