In the woods of a D.C. suburb, there’s an axe-wielding fiend dressed as a bunny and looking for blood. This is the Bunny Man.
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On a trestle bridge above Pope Lick Creek lives the vicious Goat-Man: an ages-old Louisville legend.
The legend of the Headless Horseman is well-known to many Americans, especially on the East Coast. However, the origins of this myth may surprise you.
One of the most terrifying legends from New Orleans is that of The Grunch. Some say it’s a group of cannibals. Others say it’s a half-dog monster.
New Yorkers should beware of the Flying Head from Iroquois folklore, a massive disembodied head with bat wings that eats people.
The dybbuk box is an evil wine cabinet that was sold on eBay and is haunted by an evil spirit from Jewish mythology. Oh, and it also put a curse on Post Malone.
If you ever see a beautiful woman alone at night in the UAE, it may be a dangerous and powerful jinn spirit known as Umm Al Duwais.
If you’re walking in Hawaii at night and see a procession of ghostly warriors, duck and cover. You’ve just encountered the Nigthmarchers.
Ever heard of cars rolling uphill inexplicably? Well, take a visit to Spook Hill in central Florida and you can see just that.
I bet you thought mummies only existed in Egypt! Well, the Bandage Man of Cannon Beach is Oregon’s own evil mummy.
Yelling “Help me!” from a particular bridge in California might bring you face-to-face with the Char-Man, a vicious monster from local folklore.
Has the mystery of the Chupacabra been solved by modern science? Do these strange cryptid sightings have an explanation?
The legend of the Five Suns was the Aztec creation myth that was used to justify their extremely violent behavior.
El Muerto is the headless ghost of a Mexican bandit who is said to still roam south Texas on his mustang.
Deep in the heart of the Pine Barrens region of New Jersey lurks the Jersey Devil, a monster cursed by its own mother that haunts the forests.
The Namazu is a giant catfish from Japanese mythology that lives underground and causes earthquakes.
This floating head with its intestines dangling below it has an insatiable hunger for flesh. The Southeast Asian Krasue is one scary ghost.
The Australian Outback is home to quite a few dangerous creatures, but none may be more fearsome than the legendary bunyip, an amphibious beast that feeds on humans.
If you’re wandering the rivers of Panama or Costa Rica at night, you might run into La Tulevieja, a monster who devours children and lustful men.
There are a lot of strange superstitions in Irish tradition; however, perhaps the best one comes from an old nursery rhyme about magpies.
Twins hold an important role in the Yoruba and Igbo communities of West Africa, but their beliefs about the significance of a twin birth are vastly different.
If you’re walking through the woods around the Great Lakes, you may just encounter the wendigo, an antlered cannibal from Native American folklore.
If you’re living in Central America, don’t follow that beautiful woman into the woods, it might be a horse-faced monster known as La Siguanaba.
You’ve probably heard of the Flying Dutchman, but do you know the origins of this age-old sailors’ tale?