Hale - Siren whistle (101)

Hale, a Siren, using his song

A Siren is a Light Fae species that can placate, control, banish, kill, heal, and alleviate pain with his or her song (which is produced as either a whistle or sonic waves).

Character arc

411 Hale sonic waves siren power

Hale uses sonic song
4.11 "End of a Line"

A true Siren sings the First Song at the one they intend to banish and the song needs to come into contact with the person being banished (Like Father, Like Daughter).

Sirens are not shown to have any other abilities besides their longevity and vocal power. They do not appear to feed on humans or other Fae.

Among the Fae, Heathcliff Santiago is the first Siren. Hale was a Siren and he inherited his species from his mother (The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire).

In Lost Girl: The Game

Siren icon

Siren icon


In Greek mythology, the Sirens were dangerous yet beautiful creatures, portrayed as femme fatales who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island. Roman poets placed them on some small islands called Sirenum scopuli. Although they lured mariners, the Greeks did not portray the Sirens as sea deities. Roman writers linked the Sirens more closely to the sea. The Sirens were called the Muses of the lower world. Sirens were believed to combine women and birds in various ways. In early Greek art, Sirens were represented as birds with large women's heads, bird feathers and scaly feet. Later, they were represented as female figures with the legs of birds, with or without wings, playing a variety of musical instruments, especially harps. Sirens continued to be used as a symbol for the dangerous temptation embodied by women regularly throughout Christian art of the medieval era. The term "siren song" refers to an appeal that is hard to resist but that, if heeded, will lead to a bad conclusion.[1]