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Fresno Alien- American cryptid: "the night crawler" an alien-like creature seen in Fresno, California. they are bipedal, thin, and have no arms. it has only been caught on film two times. this is a hoax and a ridiculous one.

Wolpertinger- Bavarian folklore: a strange chimerical creature said to inhabit the alpine forests of Germany. Its said to have the body of a rabbit, wings, antlers, and fangs.

Wolpertinger- Bavarian folklore: a strange chimerical creature said to inhabit the alpine forests of Germany. Its said to have the body of a rabbit, wings, antlers, and fangs.

In Irish lore, a Ganconer (aka Gean-canach, "love talker") is "another diminutive being of the same tribe as the Lepracaun, but, unlike him, he personated love and idleness, and always appeared with a dudeen in his jaw in lonesome valleys, and it was his custom to make love to shepherdesses and milkmaids. It was considered very unlucky to meet him, and whoever was known to have ruined his fortune by devotion to the fair sex was said to have met a gean-cānach

gancanagh from Irish gean cánach, meaning "love talker" is a male fairy in Irish mythology that is known for seducing human women. Yeats wrote of the gancanagh in it is pronounced gánconagh.

Teihiihan - Literally meaning 'strong' in the local language, these North American faeries appear as child-sized humanoids, and are capable of becoming invisible as well as moving at incredible speeds. They are gluttonous, and will often kill much more prey than they can possibly eat. It is said that their culture values the individuals that can kill the most people.

Teihiihan - Literally meaning 'strong' in the local language, these North American faeries appear as child-sized humanoids, and are capable of becoming invisible as well as moving at incredible speeds. They are gluttonous, and will often kill much more prey than they can possibly eat. It is said that their culture values the individuals that can kill the most people.

Adlet or Erqigdlit- Inuit myth: humanoid creatures with their body being of humans, but their legs of wolves. They were taller than humans, but when they got into conflicts with humans (which was often) humans usually always won them.

Adlet or Erqigdlit- Inuit myth: humanoid creatures with their body being of humans, but their legs of wolves. They were taller than humans, but when they got into conflicts with humans (which was often) humans usually always won them.

Русь языческая в картинах Виктора Королькова Корольков Виктор Анатольевич (1958-2004) — русский художник, член союза художников России. Ещё в студенческие годы Виктор задумался над тем, почему тема ведической Руси так мало проявлена в живописи. Именно с того момента он начал постепенно собирать информацию о ведической Руси. Начиная с 80-х годов Виктор приступил к работе, начал рисовать картины с изображением жизни древних славян.

Русь языческая в картинах Виктора Королькова Корольков Виктор Анатольевич (1958-2004) — русский художник, член союза художников России. Ещё в студенческие годы Виктор задумался над тем, почему тема ведической Руси так мало проявлена в живописи. Именно с того момента он начал постепенно собирать информацию о ведической Руси. Начиная с 80-х годов Виктор приступил к работе, начал рисовать картины с изображением жизни древних славян.

Buruburu - "Ghost of Fear." The ghost lives in the forests and graveyards. It takes the form of a shaking old man or woman and sometimes only has one eye. It will attach itself to the back of its victim sending a chill up and down their spine. The selected then dies of extreme fright.

10 Supernatural Beings You've Really Never Heard of Before

Today’s yokai is a really simple one! It’s one of the yokai that was clearly invented by Edo period illustrators; in this case, Toriyama Sekien. Those of you familiar with Japanese will…

Kanaima - Described in the folklore of Northwestern Brazil, these wrathful ghosts are capable of possessing human victims and forcing them to shapeshift into animal-like monsters. They then use this form to sadistically hunt and torture surrounding humans, using their claws as ranged weapons that they can fire forth from their fingertips. In order to leave their host, the creatures must perform a specific ritual involving the ingestion of the victims' blood after killing them.

The problem with the Kanaima design, except for the goofy eyes, was that it didn't fit either with mythology (were Kanaima refers to a werejaguar) or in.

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