Baba Yaga of Slavic folklore: she was wise woman and witch, bestower of gifts and curses, life and death, crone, grandmother, and goddess. "My white knight, bright day. My red knight, round sun. My black knight, dark night," so she names her three servants.
Frau Perchta- On the 12th night of Christmas, the Feast of the Epiphany, she would creep into homes and leave a piece of silver in the shoes of children and servants who were good that year. To the naughty, she gave the gift of slitting open their bellies, removing their organs, and replacing them with pebbles and straw.