This worm-like, aquatic atrocity was allegedly responsible for a 7 year reign of terror in Durham, England during the Middle Ages and remains one of the most enduring dragon legends in history.
This bizarre, multi-horned, wooly, white beast is said to stalk the forested areas of Virginia and West Virginia, and remains one of the most enigmatic, large mammals as yet undiscovered in the wilds of the U.S.
Australia has long been known for its bizarre fauna, both known and unknown, but there are few beasts to rival the bipedal, elephantine creatures that has managed to terrify local motorists, fishermen and farmers… creatures that some say are not of this Earth.
This bizarre, 4-foot long, mammalian monstrosity was described by an eyewitness as being a bear-like beast with huge teeth and white rings around its eyes.
This bizarre tree dwelling, porpoise-like creature was said to have terrified villagers who treaded too close to the rural English churchyard where it made its home.
This large, unidentified, marine mammal is said to have had a vicious encounter with a pack of hunting dogs, resulting in the unfortunate death of one of the canines.
This enigmatic entity has fascinated fortean investigators since 1977, when in just two days no less than six eyewitness claimed to have encountered this bizarre, melon headed creature.
Alien, demon or genetic mutation, the “Enfield Horror” is one of the absolute strangest creatures ever to be chronicled in cryptozoological lore.
These amorphous, pulsating blob-like beasts would seem to have been ripped from the pages of a glorious, old E.C. comic or a bad 60’s monster movie, but scientists say that these mutant subterranean creatures are alive and well and living in a North Carolina Sewer… they just don’t know what they are!
This unidentifiable monstrosity is said, by some, to be a vile, phantasmagorical killer from beyond the grave and, by others, to have be a bizarre mutant cephalopod, which lurks in the filthy labyrinth of the London sewer system waiting to rise up and kill again.