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Slenderman

Meme to murder: US teens stab friend to ‘please’ Slender Man

International Cryptozoology Museum - Portland, ME

My good friend Loren Coleman International Cryptozoology Museum - Portland, ME

Brom

Artwork: Morgan Le Fey by fantasy artist Gerald Brom. See more artwork by this featured artist on the fantasy gallery website.

Flatwoods Monster.  "...a hovering object that soon approached them, metallic and resembling a rocket or tube, and then saw a green reptilian head with dark eyes at the top of it, and it seemed that the creature was actually in the rocket or wearing it, as only its top quarters could be seen. It had two long arms with two fingers on each, with scaly skin and a strange spade shaped hood, was seen behind it." Read more here: http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/flatwoods-monster

a hovering object that soon approached them, metallic and resembling a rocket or tube.

The Wendigo, takes over people's body's if they become to greedy

The Wendigo is a cannibalistic beast from Native American folklore and legend. The word “Wendigo” (pronounced wehn-dee-go) comes from the Native American Algonquian language, meaning “evil spirit that devours mankind.”another painting on the we wendigo

Bigfoot - Our first film... this is what i imagine it looking like!

Bigfoot - Our first film. this is what i imagine it looking like!

Yowie (Australian) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yowie

The Cryptid Bestiary

The Barmanou (or Barma-nu) is a bipedal primate cryptid supposedly living in the mountainous region of Afghanistan and Pakistan. The Barmanu appears in the folklore of the Northern Regions of Pakistan and depending on where the stories come from it tends to be either described as an ape or a wild man. The Barmanu is supposed to possess both human and apelike characteristics and is said to abduct women and attempt mating with them. It is also reported to wear animal skins upon its back and…

The Barmanou (or Barma-nu) "bigfoot" of the mountains of Afghanistan & Pakistan.

Jersey Devil - The most accepted origin of the story as far as New Jerseyians are concerned started with Mother Leeds: It was said that Mother Leeds had 12 children and after giving birth to her 12th child she stated that if she had another it would be the Devil. In 1735, Mother Leeds was in labor on a stormy night. Gathered around her were her friends. Mother Leeds was supposedly a witch and the child's father was the Devil himself. The child was born normal, but then changed form.

The Jersey Devil, the supposed mythical creature of the New Jersey Pinelands, has haunted New Jersey and the surrounding areas for the past 260 years.

Shigeru Mizuki's Yōkai Daizukai

100 Eyes Shigeru Mizuki - Illustrated Guide To Yokai Monsters, 2004

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