These strange, quasi-humanoid beasts, which hail from the bowels of Chili’s magma ridden volcanoes, are known for their taste for human flesh and have allegedly been the recipients of hundreds of virgin sacrifices.
This elephant-headed sea beast is considered by some to be a benevolent sea deity and by others to be a bizarre aquatic offshoot of the land based Pachyderm family.
Middle Eastern legends of this vicious, gargantuan seven headed serpent date back to well over 1,000 years BC.
On the evening of September 23rd, 1954, hundreds of children — aged from four to 14 and hailing from the three local primary schools — congregated beneath the eerily drooping trees of a local graveyard with a single purpose in mind — to kill the vampire who they believed had claimed the lives of two […]
Chronicled for generations in native Inuit and Canadian Indian legends, these vicious, phantasmagorical half-breeds are said to be the recipients of a cannibalistic curse.
This poisonous serpent, which was first chronicled by Pliny the Elder, is said to have a venomous head at either end of its elongated, worm-like body.
Known as the “Eater of Dreams” the Japanese Baku is reputed to combine features found on such disparate animals as felines, equines and bovines.
These Griffin-like natives of North Africa were worshiped as gods by the ancient Egyptians and were said to bear the head and wings of a hawk blended with the muscular torso and razor sharp claws of a large, feral feline.
Known as the “Devourer of the Dead” this ancient Egyptian animal was said to have the head of a crocodile, the torso of a lion and the girth of a hippopotamus.