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!Koa !Koa Kwara

According to the beliefs of the Bushman tribe of !Kung from the Kalahari desert, people without knees who eat the sun.
06-16-2014 / 04-06-2024,
Page size: 7 830
Views: 13343
Comments: 6
04-06-2024, KOT
Rating: 9 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

A Bao A Qu

A legendary creature sensitive to the many shades of the human soul, described in J.L.Borges's "Book of Imaginary Beings".
05-12-2008 / 04-22-2024,
Page size: 10 674
Views: 70472
Comments: 19
09-20-2023, KOT
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (17)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

A-mi’-kuk

A legendary creature from Inuit mythology, large leathery-skinned sea monster attacking kayakers boats.
12-09-2017 / 12-22-2023,
Page size: 2 702
Views: 23505
Comments: 5
06-22-2022, korg
Rating: 5.9 / 10 (12)
Your opinion: 3 / 10

Abaia

According to Melanesian mythology, a huge, magical eel which dwells at the bottom of freshwater lakes in the Fiji, New Guinea, Solomon and...
01-04-2019 / 12-22-2023,
Page size: 3 898
Views: 15843
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Rating: 4.2 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Abak

A malevolent or demonic spirit of the Mandayas people from Philippines.
10-23-2023 / 12-22-2023,
Page size: 299
Views: 1631
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Abat

According to folk beliefs of Waray people from Eastern Samar in the Philippines, a aswang that detaches from lower body and fly in search of...
11-10-2020 / 12-22-2023,
Page size: 1 691
Views: 9894
Comments: 3
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Abatwa

According to Zulu folklore, a mythical people of dwarfs who move under the tall grass and sleep in anthills.
09-02-2020 / 09-02-2020,
Page size: 11 021
Views: 7908
Comments: 1
06-22-2022, korg
Rating: 4.2 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Abchanchu

A vampire from Bolivia who hunts its human prey by appearing to them as a kindly old man who is lost and in need of assistance.
10-15-2019 / 05-24-2024,
Page size: 976
Views: 11121
Comments: 3
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 4.2 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Abe

According to Albanian folklore, a female ghost or phantom wearing the coarse shroud or thick cloak.
03-13-2024 / 03-13-2024,
Page size: 560
Views: 781
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Abura akago

Japanese yōkai from Ōmi Province, a type of hi no tama (fireball), but can also take on the shape of a baby, licking the oil from lanterns.
09-15-2016 / 05-23-2018,
Page size: 3 989
Views: 24319
Comments: 1
04-26-2017, korg
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Abura sumashi

According to japanese beliefs, a rare yokai with a large ugly head like a potato or a stone, wearing a straw-woven raincoat.
02-06-2018 / 02-07-2018,
Page size: 2 959
Views: 18795
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 5.8 / 10 (9)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Acheri

A mountain ghost in form of young female child in belief of Kumaoni people of Kumaon and Garhwal regions in Uttarakhand state in Northern...
03-18-2015 / 07-09-2021,
Page size: 16 338
Views: 28316
Comments: 4
05-03-2017, korg
Rating: 9.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Adaro

Malevolent merman-like sea spirits found in the mythology of the Solomon Islands.
08-22-2017 / 08-22-2017,
Page size: 1 170
Views: 24050
Comments: 6
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 4.3 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Adze

A vampiric being in Ewe folklore (Togo and Ghana), taking the form of a firefly.
04-27-2018 / 04-27-2018,
Page size: 1 930
Views: 15090
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 6 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Afanc

A lake monster from Welsh mythology, described variously as resembling a crocodile, beaver or dwarf-like creature.
10-14-2008 / 05-28-2018,
Page size: 4 129
Views: 45667
Comments: 5
04-26-2017, korg
Rating: 6.1 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Agalon Hayopan

According to folk beliefs of Bicol people from Luzon island in the Philippines, an inactive aswangs who employ crocodiles to kill people and...
03-14-2021 / 03-14-2021,
Page size: 1 198
Views: 6173
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
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Agogwe

According to East African folklore, humanoid dwarf creatures with yellowish-red skin and orange-colored hair.
11-18-2021 / 04-06-2024,
Page size: 12 081
Views: 5347
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Ahniavіk

According to Belarusian folk belief is a small household spirit, which lives in oven and throws ashes in cooking food.
09-20-2014 / 03-11-2019,
Page size: 2 664
Views: 24990
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Rating: 9.8 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Aigamuchab

According to folklore of the Hottentots from the Kalahari (Namibia), terrible cannibalistic creatures with eyes on their feet.
12-09-2017 / 12-22-2023,
Page size: 1 196
Views: 15806
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 4.3 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Ajaju

A man-eating monster from the Garo Hills of Meghalaya (Eastern India), looking like giant kneeless chameleon with twelve long forked tongues.
09-30-2022 / 10-20-2022,
Page size: 3 674
Views: 3602
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Al-mi'raj

One-horned yellow hare with black horn on its forehead which lives in Sea Serpent island in Indian ocean in Arabic cosmographic and zoologic...
07-31-2013 / 01-04-2020,
Page size: 4 009
Views: 17547
Comments: 2
05-30-2017, korg
Rating: 6.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 3 / 10

Alerion

According to medieval christian sources, a bird like a beakless and legless eagle the color of fire, with razor-sharp wings.
08-18-2011 / 12-07-2020,
Page size: 9 537
Views: 25443
Comments: 1
04-27-2017, korg
Rating: 9 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Allocamelus

A heraldic beast with the body of a camel and the head of a donkey or goat.
01-30-2010 / 04-10-2024,
Page size: 966
Views: 17610
Comments: 1
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Almajonas

According to portuguese popular beliefs, the anthropomorphic female beings that lost souls become.
08-10-2017 / 09-05-2023,
Page size: 1 518
Views: 7556
Comments: 1
08-10-2017, korg
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Alû

In Akkadian and Sumerian mythology, an invisible, demonic vampire, that attacks its victims (men) at night while they sleep.
02-13-2019 / 02-13-2019,
Page size: 547
Views: 12613
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 1.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Aluqa

An ancient vampiric demon from Hasidic lore, looks like a beautiful woman with a face suggesting nothing but pure innocence.
10-15-2019 / 10-15-2019,
Page size: 1 399
Views: 11789
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
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Amabie

According to local Japanese belief, a mermaid-like three-legged yōkai with a mixture of human and fish features.
06-14-2018 / 06-15-2018,
Page size: 4 782
Views: 18103
Comments: 2
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 5.1 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amabiko

According to Japanese belief, a mermaid-like yōkai with a mixture of human and fish features.
06-14-2018 / 06-14-2018,
Page size: 2 953
Views: 15660
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 1.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Amajurjuk

Is giant woman in folklore of Inuits which steals children carrying them away in a pouch on her back.
02-11-2015 / 09-26-2015,
Page size: 5 061
Views: 18298
Comments: 5
03-16-2022, KOT
Rating: 5.9 / 10 (9)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Amanojaku

Japanese monsters, evil kami, minor oni, or yōkai who cause mischief and perform evil deeds.
11-01-2016 / 04-21-2020,
Page size: 9 521
Views: 42269
Comments: 1
09-05-2017, korg
Rating: 9.6 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amefuri kozō

According to Japanese belief, rain spirit resemble young boy with umbrella on his head.
04-13-2017 / 04-14-2017,
Page size: 3 207
Views: 18222
Comments: 1
06-08-2017, korg
Rating: 7.9 / 10 (8)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amikiri

According to Japanese belief, small crustacean-like yōkai which resemble shrimp with long body, a bird-like beak, and two scissor-like claws.
02-26-2015 / 04-21-2020,
Page size: 4 706
Views: 20058
Comments: 1
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 6.3 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amphisbaena

Is snake with two heads, one in proper place and other on its tail.
11-08-2008 / 06-13-2023,
Page size: 4 577
Views: 77670
Comments: 19
12-07-2020, KOT
Rating: 5 / 10 (13)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Amuku Pey

According to Tamil folklore, an evil spirit pressing on the chest of the sleepers.
05-04-2023 / 04-22-2024,
Page size: 331
Views: 1377
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Anchutka

According to East Slavic beliefs, a small imp with horns on his head bared as a Tatar boy, with a pig's snout, and duck's legs.
07-14-2008 / 03-11-2022,
Page size: 16 918
Views: 67180
Comments: 22
03-02-2021, KOT
Rating: 7.3 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Angako d Ngato

According to folk-beliefs of Kalinga people from Philippines, the spiritis that afflict with sickness.
10-24-2023 / 10-24-2023,
Page size: 306
Views: 5266
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Anggitay

According to Philippine folklore, female centaurs with a single horn in the middle of their forehead just like a unicorn.
10-27-2017 / 05-06-2021,
Page size: 1 399
Views: 16979
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 4.4 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Angiak

Is spirit of child abandoned to die which returns to suck the blood of its relatives in Inuit mythology.
07-25-2013 / 09-24-2015,
Page size: 4 886
Views: 27728
Comments: 8
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 6.8 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Ant-Lion

A creature having lion as father and ant as mother which dies unable to eat either flesh or grass.
07-30-2013 / 04-14-2021,
Page size: 33 305
Views: 28619
Comments: 5
06-03-2019, KOT
Rating: 9 / 10 (2)

Ao Ao

One of the seven legendary monsters from mythology of Guaraní (South American indigenous people), a huge voracious sheep-like or...
07-24-2018 / 07-24-2018,
Page size: 3 448
Views: 12505
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Ao bōzu

According to Japanese belief, large one-eyed blue-skinned priests with a strong connection to magic.
01-28-2017 / 01-29-2017,
Page size: 5 997
Views: 17670
Comments: 1
05-02-2017, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Apivień

According to the Belarusian mythology, a small demon or imp, which clings to the people, inducing them to drink.
07-20-2013 / 02-11-2020,
Page size: 10 789
Views: 44273
Comments: 3
10-20-2015, Полосатый
Rating: 4.8 / 10 (12)
Your opinion: 7 / 10

Arassas

A greyish-colored animal with the head of a cat and the body of a lizard, from the folklore of Lagrand in the Hautes-Alpes region of France.
11-18-2019 / 11-23-2023,
Page size: 1 260
Views: 14632
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Arie

According to Japanese folklore, prophetic aquatic yōkai with bulbous shiny bodies and long necks stick straight up out of the center of...
07-24-2021 / 07-24-2021,
Page size: 4 010
Views: 11573
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Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Arzhavennik

According to Belarusian belief, spirit of the swamp covered with rust.
05-27-2008 / 03-09-2018,
Page size: 4 833
Views: 38341
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Rating: 2 / 10 (23)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Askafroe

According to the folklore of the German-Scandinavian peoples (from Germany to the Southern Sweden), the guardian spirit of the ash tree, an...
12-22-2014 / 07-28-2023,
Page size: 3 821
Views: 23308
Comments: 2
05-03-2017, korg
Rating: 9.3 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Asp

According to medieval christian sources, deadly snake which presses one ear against the ground and blocks and closes up the other with its...
10-22-2008 / 12-03-2020,
Page size: 9 568
Views: 71037
Comments: 4
06-05-2022, Амт
Rating: 5 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Aspidochelone

Is huge sea creature which back is covered with sand and often mistaken for an island by sailors.
08-24-2010 / 06-03-2016,
Page size: 17 397
Views: 67058
Comments: 11
09-17-2014, korg
Rating: 5.8 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 1 / 10

Atuikakura

According to Japanese and Ainu beliefs, an enormous sea cucumber which lives deep in Uchiura Bay in Hokkaido.
07-24-2020 / 07-24-2020,
Page size: 2 611
Views: 8378
No comments
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Aughisky

According to Irish folklore, the dangerous water-horse.
04-17-2009 / 10-30-2020,
Page size: 1 429
Views: 41083
Comments: 2
04-26-2017, korg
Rating: 7.2 / 10 (6)
Your opinion: 7 / 10

Axehandle hound

Is a nocturnal hound in the form of the axe which feeds off the axe-handles in the folklore of Wisconsin and Minnesota.
08-25-2016 / 08-26-2016,
Page size: 6 265
Views: 11598
Comments: 2
12-15-2022, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)

Aziarnicy

According to Belurussian folklore local species of Rusalka, that live in Black Lake in Myadzyel District of the Minsk Region of Belarus.
01-14-2012 / 05-31-2017,
Page size: 9 231
Views: 36858
Comments: 6
06-01-2017, KOT
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Azuki arai

According to Japanese folklore, a mountain yōkai washing red "azuki" beans in the river and thereby creating a characteristic...
10-11-2013 / 11-07-2022,
Page size: 5 470
Views: 37060
Comments: 10
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)

Azuki babā

In Japanese mythology, an ugly hag washing red azuki beans in the river, a kind of Adzuki-arai.
11-09-2015 / 11-07-2022,
Page size: 3 125
Views: 15571
Comments: 1
04-26-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Azuki hakari

According to Japanese beliefs, a yōkai-poltergeist found in the space between the attic and the roof in some homes and temples.
06-24-2019 / 11-07-2022,
Page size: 2 770
Views: 12958
Comments: 1
06-23-2022, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (1)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Baak

A very tall and skinny, fish-smelling ghostly humanoid from the folklore of the East Indian state of Assam.
12-20-2022 / 06-21-2023,
Page size: 4 021
Views: 4615
Comments: 2
06-21-2023, KOT
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Bahamut

A gigantic fish (or whale) that lies deep below, underpinning the support structure that holds up the earth, according to Arabian beliefs.
11-21-2008 / 06-11-2018,
Page size: 4 292
Views: 41055
Comments: 1
05-03-2017, korg
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Bai

According to Belarusian folk beliefs, a creature living in a hut, invisibly wandering at night on the walls and lulls children to sleep with...
08-08-2019 / 08-15-2019,
Page size: 1 144
Views: 20980
Comments: 5
06-24-2022, korg
Rating: 4.5 / 10 (11)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Baka

Is demonic creature in Haitian folklore described as animals with red eyes or men without skin.
07-20-2016 / 08-12-2016,
Page size: 2 831
Views: 16552
Comments: 3
05-03-2017, korg
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Bakekujira

According to Japanese belief, animated whale skeletons which sail near the surface of the sea.
04-26-2023 / 04-26-2023,
Page size: 4 056
Views: 3414
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Rating: 9 / 10 (1)

Balamutień

According to Belarusian folklore women-harassing water-spirit in form of man with puffy face, goose skin and enormous belly.
10-11-2014 / 04-14-2020,
Page size: 16 761
Views: 39232
Comments: 4
04-14-2020, KOT
Rating: 6.8 / 10 (11)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Ball-tailed cat

A fictional fearsome critter of North America described as a mountain lion with long tail to which there is affixed a solid, bulbous mass...
07-19-2019 / 07-22-2019,
Page size: 3 976
Views: 6169
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Barabashka

The term for a poltergeist-type household spirit in the modern folklore of Russia.
08-13-2017 / 02-28-2023,
Page size: 1 059
Views: 11864
Comments: 1
08-14-2017, korg
Rating: 5.5 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Barghest

In Northern English folklore, a mythical monstrous black dog with fiery eyes, large teeth and claws.
12-29-2008 / 03-29-2023,
Page size: 9 213
Views: 42160
Comments: 6
05-03-2017, korg
Rating: 9 / 10 (4)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Barola

According to folk beliefs of Punjabi (region of Pakistan and India), a whirlwind or dust devil.
08-27-2021 / 08-27-2021,
Page size: 1 013
Views: 5491
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Basilisk

A king of snakes which kills the man by its glance in ancient and medieval lore.
06-22-2009 / 06-21-2022,
Page size: 50 867
Views: 100563
Comments: 42
08-25-2019, Адонис
Rating: 6.1 / 10 (13)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Baubas

According to lithuanian folklore, evil spirit with long lean arms, wrinkly fingers and red eyes.
05-24-2017 / 05-24-2017,
Page size: 635
Views: 13277
Comments: 5
05-24-2017, korg
Rating: 8 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 8 / 10

Bauchan

A type of domestic hobgoblin in Scottish folklore, often tricksy, sometimes dangerous, and sometimes helpful.
05-02-2013 / 05-10-2023,
Page size: 4 116
Views: 25375
Comments: 1
05-04-2017, korg
Rating: 2.6 / 10 (7)
Your opinion: 2 / 10

Bean-nighe

A female spirit in Scottish and Irish folklore, regarded as an omen of death, a type of banshee that haunts desolate streams and washes the...
01-07-2021 / 01-07-2021,
Page size: 4 685
Views: 13430
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Belliegha

The common Maltese name for bogies inhabiting wells, caves and the sea.
04-24-2024 / 04-24-2024,
Page size: 983
Views: 504
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Bendith y Mamau

The Glamorganshire name for the fairies, which elf-ride horses, visit houses and steal children.
01-23-2019 / 01-23-2019,
Page size: 5 810
Views: 9760
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Rating: 8.3 / 10 (3)

Bentohangin

According to folk-beliefs of Sulod people from Philippines, a flying half-human, half-horse creatures similar to the winged centaurs with...
10-23-2023 / 10-23-2023,
Page size: 552
Views: 1367
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Betobetosan

According to Japanese beliefs, a formless specter, and is only recognizable by the telltale sound it makes (“beto beto” sound of wooden...
01-03-2020 / 01-03-2020,
Page size: 3 000
Views: 11628
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Rating: 9 / 10 (1)

Bhim

According to Maltese folklore, a kind of cow-like animal monster.
10-24-2023 / 10-24-2023,
Page size: 182
Views: 1173
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Bhurey

According to the folklore of the Indian Himalayas, a spirit in the form of a teenage boy with chicken-like wings and claw-like hands.
04-21-2023 / 04-21-2023,
Page size: 2 474
Views: 2524
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Bicho do Cidrão

In the folklore of the Portuguese island of Madeira, a ghostly creature that leads an invisible flock of sheep through the mountains, and...
09-18-2023 / 11-21-2023,
Page size: 1 224
Views: 1582
Comments: 3
09-19-2023, KOT
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Billdad

A creature from folklore of the North American lumberjacks, the size of a beaver, but has long, kangaroo-like hind legs, short front legs...
05-22-2018 / 05-22-2018,
Page size: 5 949
Views: 9414
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Biloko

Acording to Congo folklore, a hairless humanoid overgrown with grass, within mouth up wide enough to swallow its prey whole.
08-27-2021 / 08-27-2021,
Page size: 3 858
Views: 7406
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Biron

According to Japanese folklore, the elongated, white, ghostly-looking yōkai with drooping features, protruding teeth, and long tails.
04-24-2022 / 04-24-2022,
Page size: 4 672
Views: 4920
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Biwa-bokuboku

According to japanese beliefs, kind of tsukumogami, that become old lute-biwa.
04-11-2016 / 01-12-2018,
Page size: 952
Views: 15285
Comments: 1
05-03-2017, korg
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Black Annis

According to local legends of central England, a cannibal hag with a blue face and iron claws supposed to live in a cave in Leicestershire.
03-19-2016 / 11-30-2023,
Page size: 5 546
Views: 28334
Comments: 1
08-14-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Black Swine of Orsha's Mill

According to local legend in Orsha in Vitebsk region of Belarus is black ferocious swine mysteriously appearing and vanishing into a thin...
05-17-2014 / 12-04-2017,
Page size: 8 740
Views: 23751
Comments: 6
05-19-2014, korg
Rating: 9.9 / 10 (12)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Blue-cap

According to folklore from Anglo-Scottish border, an industrious mine spirit, who worked as hard as any brownie, but, unlike a brownie...
01-14-2014 / 06-29-2022,
Page size: 5 641
Views: 10773
Comments: 2
01-15-2014, korg
Rating: 9.5 / 10 (2)

Bodachan Sabhaill

A barn brownie from Scottish Highland who took pity on old men, and threshed for them.
01-31-2009 / 06-12-2020,
Page size: 863
Views: 15013
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
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Bogy

A malicious goblin, one name for the Devil, which was once in common use for frightening children.
12-29-2008 / 03-12-2022,
Page size: 1 779
Views: 25805
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
Rating: 10 / 10 (2)
Your opinion: 10 / 10

Bolla

In Albanian popular belief, a snake-like creature that sleeps throughout the year and opens its eyes only on Saint George's day.
11-04-2009 / 11-26-2019,
Page size: 1 687
Views: 17963
Comments: 3
04-08-2022, KOT
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Bomka

Is a figure in folklore of Perm oblast in Russia used by adults to frighten children into a good behaviour.
03-13-2010 / 07-31-2015,
Page size: 764
Views: 15706
Comments: 1
05-05-2017, korg
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Boobrie

According to folktales of western Scotland, a gigantic water-bird with loud harsh voice and webbed feet, gobbling up sheep and cattle.
11-26-2019 / 11-26-2019,
Page size: 7 279
Views: 8710
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Rating: 5.7 / 10 (3)
Your opinion: 4 / 10

Boshi

Chinese monster from ancient text of Shan-hai Ching, a goat with nine tails and four ears, with its eyes on its back.
02-24-2018 / 02-25-2018,
Page size: 2 971
Views: 14689
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Rating: 9.3 / 10 (3)

Bovesh

Is a fabulous beast which has five legs and lives in India in learned culture of medieval East Slavic sources.
01-29-2010 / 08-04-2015,
Page size: 2 601
Views: 13993
Comments: 2
05-04-2017, korg
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Bozhontka

In Polish Folklore is a soul of unbaptized child.
09-11-2014 / 06-22-2023,
Page size: 17 003
Views: 66240
Comments: 9
05-04-2017, korg
Rating: 4.6 / 10 (5)
Your opinion: 9 / 10

Brag

A one of the mischievous shape-shifting kinds of goblins from english folklore.
12-29-2008 / 02-27-2022,
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Bram Bram Chok

A monster from Kashmiri folklore, the giant covered with long dark hair, with flaming torchlike eyes.
04-27-2022 / 05-09-2023,
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Views: 4558
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Bregdi

According to folklore of Shetland islands, malicious sea monster, that drags boats to the deep in its deadly embrace.
08-23-2019 / 12-22-2023,
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Broonie

The Lowland type of Brownie.
01-30-2009 / 05-02-2023,
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Views: 12974
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Browney

The Cornish fairy guardian of the bees.
09-22-2015 / 06-26-2020,
Page size: 692
Views: 11510
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Buggane

According to Manx folklore, particularly noxious type of goblin, adept at shape-shifting.
10-17-2008 / 06-18-2018,
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Views: 18386
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Bugsok

According to Philippine folklore, a creature that kidnaps children and turns them into its own kind.
07-14-2021 / 07-14-2021,
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Views: 4183
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Bukaw

According to folk beliefs from Marinduque island in the Philippines, a race of wee people with golden hair.
11-10-2020 / 11-10-2020,
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Bullbeggar

Local bogey-beast, chasing night travelers in the counties of Somerset and Surrey.
10-20-2016 / 04-14-2021,
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Views: 10903
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05-05-2017, korg
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