Category: Legendary Creatures


The Tatzelwurm is a mysterious cryptid that makes its home in the Alps. Though sighting of the creature are uncommon the Tatzelwurm has managed to become a beast of legend  in the local communities and has amassed a variety of different alias’s such as Stollenwurm, Daazelwurm, Arassas, Praatzelwurm, Springwurm and Bergstutzen. Reports of this mysterious


The Batutut is a hominid of legend across Vietnam, Laos and Malaysia and was first sighted in1918 according to local history. Described as being covered from head to toe in hair with the exception of a leathery looking neck and a pot belly, the Batutut is said to be approximately 4 feet tall and sightings


The Mothman is the name of a creature that has been reported in several areas of the United States, though most notably in Charleston and Point Pleasant, West Virginia. The original sightings of the creature date back to November 12, 1966 and it was reported by several independent witnesses that gave the same description of

Black Hound

Sightings of the Black Hound have been reported all over England since the early 1500’s up until the present day. The Black Hound is often described as an abnormally large jet black dog the size of a cow or a bear, with large claws, fangs, matted or shaggy fur and glowing red eyes. Many believe the Black

Scape Ore Monster

In 1988 late one night in Bishopville, South Carolina, Chris Davis was attacked whilst changing a car tyre at the roadside of the Scape Ore Swamp. As the story goes, Chris was confronted by a large biped with scaly green skin and razor sharp claws extending from spindly fingers. The monster jumped onto the roof

Gef The Talking Mongoose

One dark september night in 1931 on the Isle of Man, the Irving family began hearing strange sounds coming from the attic of their small farm house. At first, the Irving family dismissed the noise as a local animal, however that ‘local animal’ was soon going to reveal itself to the Irving family. Some time

Skunk Ape

The Skunk Ape or Stink Ape as it is known is said to lurk in Southeast USA. The name ‘Skunk Ape’ is given for its description of an ape-like cryptid and vile stench of rotten eggs that seems to surround it. Most commonly reported between the 1960’s and 1970’s in the Everglades of Florida but

Jersey Devil

Jersey Devil, the child of a curse.. the child of the Devil. There are many turns on the origin of the Jersey Devil, most of which lead back to Ms Deborah Smith, a Quaker who moved to live with her soon to be husband Mr Leeds. As the story goes Mrs Leeds was giving birth


The Bunyip is a mythical beast of Australian Folklore which also has ties to Aboriginal mythology. The name Bunyip is translated as ‘Devil’ or ‘Spirit’ and the beast has most commonly been described as some kind of lake monster said to dwell in things such as billabongs and swamps. Accounts from early Aboriginal drawings show


For several decades the island or Puerto Rico has been home to a paranormal experience they call Chupacabra. Animal mutilations and human disappearances in a rain forest the citizens called El Yunque. Chupacabra literally means Goat Sucker. The name comes from the animal’s method of attacking the other animals, and sucking the blood of cattle

Nessie (Loch Ness Monster)

The Loch Ness “monster” which the locals call “Nessie” is a study in legendary creatures. Purported to be a plesiosaur-like creature which lives in the Loch Ness, a very long and extremely deep lake located in Scotland, Nessie has a long body with a very long tail and neck with grey markings on her torso.


Do you think it’s possible that a furred man like being inhabits the more remote areas of the United States.? It seems somehow arrogant of us to assume that we are the only creatures that exist with our own level of intellect or that we’ve seen each and every being that exists on the earth.