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See more pictures of the Hodag. He is short and wears a thick belt and heavy boots. The legend in Guatemala tells of him always wearing a black hat, while he victimizes young women.
A similar goblin is also called Tzizimite, and other names depending on the local language. The legend casts him as a general bogeyman of Mexico.
A similar legend in El Salvador is called Cipitio , who is a short boy with backward feet, and, of course, a big hat.
El Cipito pursues pretty girls and torments them if they reject his advances. Altogether, this useful tale is told to keep young girls from flirting with strange men.
The creature gets its name from its awful odor. In , an anonymous letter accompanied several photographs purporting to show an ape in Myakka City, Florida.
The writer of the letter seemed to think this was an escaped orangutan, but no missing ape was reported. Later, an investigation was launched over a horse that was injured by an unknown animal in the same area.
Photograph by David Barkasy and Loren Coleman. The Gowrow was first reported in Arkansas in It lives in the lakes and caves of Arkansas and got its name from the horrible sounds it makes.
The Gowrow was described as a twenty-foot-long reptile with enormous tusks that ate livestock. One enterprising Arkansan claimed to have captured a Gowrow, and would let the public see it for a small price of admittance.
But just before the reveal, he announced the Gowrow had escaped. The audience was so busy running in terror that no one asked for their money back!
Image by Gustav. The Jackalope Lepus temperamentalus is a cross between a rabbit and an antelope or sometimes a goat or deer seen over most parts of the United States.
Jackalopes only mate during electrical storms. They can be caught by using whiskey as bait, which will render them easier to sneak up on.
Jackalope milk is supposed to have medicinal qualities. The legend of the Jackalope may have come from sightings of rabbits infected with the Shope papillomavirus , which causes hornlike growths.
The Jackalope is rumored to be extinct , but can be seen in taxidermy shops everywhere. Photograph by Flickr user Paul-W. Loveland, Ohio, has multiple sightings recorded of an unusual reptile, which has become known as the Loveland Frog.
The most famous sighting was by police officer Ray Shockey in He saw an animal lying beside the road, and when he approached, it got up on two legs and ran away!
He described it as three to four feet tall, about 60 pounds, with a face like a frog or lizard. Officer Mark Matthews had a similar encounter a couple of weeks later.
The story grew as it was retold, and the original officers say they never thought the creature was a monster, but possibly an escaped pet. However, there have been other sightings, particularly one from A businessman reported that he saw three creatures beside the road that were three to four feet tall and had wrinkles on their heads instead of hair, and webbed hands and feet.
The most bizarre thing about the earlier sighting is that one of the creatures waved a wand that emitted sparks! Image by Cathy Wilkins. The Beast of Bladenboro is a huge catlike monster.
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TV Schedule. Sign In. American Monster —. Year: S2, Ep1. Error: please try again. In rural Ohio, an intruder brutally guns down Jack and Linda Myers in their sleep.
The only witness is their sleepy 4-year-old grandson. But their extensive home movies - aired here for the first time - may have captured a monster lurking in their midst.
S2, Ep2. The Yates family moves to Spokane, WA only to find it besieged by a serial killer who's targeting young women and confounding the police.
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S2, Ep3. But when his daughter also falls seriously ill, the family becomes suspicious. Vintage home movies trace a shocking tale of murder - revealing a monster.
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Point Pleasant, meanwhile, embraced its moment in the spotlight, erecting a Mothman statue and creating the Mothman Museum and Mothman Festival.
The story of the Wendigo comes from Native American folklore and is linked with cannibalism. The creature, which tends to be found in Northern Minnesota and Canadian forests, is typically described as a foot 4.
Many Native Americans and white settlers spoke of the Wendigo, blaming it when friends or family members went into the forest and mysteriously disappeared.
Another tale says the Wendigo, also called Windigo, isn't a creature, but instead is a cannibalistic spirit that possesses people.
In this myth, if a Wendigo possesses you, you'll go out and start eating people. Such was supposedly the case with Swift Runner, a Native American.
In , he killed and then ate his entire family. Before the noose was slipped around his neck, he claimed it wasn't his fault — a Wendigo had gotten inside of him and made him do it.
He was hanged anyway. Oh, La Llorona! This tragic figure dressed in white wails along riverbanks, mainly in the Southwest U. According to this popular Hispanic tale, a woman named Maria is La Llorona, which means "the weeping woman" in Spanish.
She was a beautiful girl who would only deign to marry the most handsome man. She found and snagged him, and they had two wonderful sons.
The couple was very happy. But then Maria's husband began staying away from home for extended periods, drinking excessively and seeing other woman.
When he did come home, he only wanted to visit his sons. Enraged and jealous, Maria threw the boys into the river and they drowned. Another version of the story says Maria was the wild one, going out at night to entertain men and often leaving her young boys home alone.
One night, by themselves once again, they wandered down to the river and drowned. Both versions say that Maria became consumed with guilt and sorrow after the boys' deaths, and began walking alongside the river crying out for them.
After she died either by drowning herself in the same river or wasting away , her ghost continued the ritual, with one ugly twist. Besides mourning her sons along the riverbank, La Llorona would murder whoever crossed her path.
The tale is often used by parents to scare their young kids away from dangerous rivers [sources: Hayes , Weiser ].
Often called the Southernmost Bigfoot, the Florida Skunk Ape is described as a large, hairy ape-man that gives off a horrendous smell and roams around the state of Florida.
Numerous sightings have been reported over the years, with the beast showing up in the day and at night, and in all sorts of environments, although it appears to favor swampy areas [source: Florida Skunk Ape ].
Much like Bigfoot, the evidence collected over time consists of photos, hair samples and a few foot casts. The Skunk Ape apparently has four toes unlike Bigfoot, which has five.
A website devoted to the creature, The Florida Skunk Ape, says it receives several reports of sightings each week.
Swamp creatures have long been part of human folklore, so it's probably not surprising that a state with vast tracts of swampland birthed such a myth.
According to the legend, back in the s there was a terrible house fire in San Antonio. Two children died, and their mother was horribly burned.
All of fingers and toes were gone, leaving hoof-like stumps on her hands and feet. Her face was a charred, unrecognizable mass of flesh.
Driven insane by her tragedy, she began to roam the county and terrorize anyone who drew too near.
Another version of the tale says she lives under an old stone bridge crossing Elm Creek in south San Antonio. Some believe that the legend got conflated with a real-life eccentric old lady named Doc Anderson who was known as the Donkey Lady because she lived in shack by a road and took care of donkeys.
During the s, people would report seeing a strangely dressed woman popping out of the woods, leading some donkeys to water [source: McCullough ].
It smells awful, like skunk spray and wet dog. It has glowing yellow eyes and fangs. It kills animals, kidnaps kids and terrifies all it meets.
Creepiest of all, it's half-cat, half-woman. This terrifying creature is the Wampus Cat. Generally on the prowl in northeastern Tennessee, the creature has also been spotted in eastern Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia and, intriguingly, at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
Some claim it lives in Knoxville's fetid sewers. Despite innumerable reported sightings, no photos of the creature exist.