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Acheri a evil faerie from native American folklore, a type of demon that spreads disease and spiritual corruption.

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anatomicdeadspace: “In Native American lore the Acheri is a ghost of a little girl who brings disease, especially to children. The ghost lives on mountaintops and comes into valleys during the night.

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Personal Work: Acheri is a native american 's ghost like. She brings disease and sickness to humain, particularly to children.

Acheri   "...the Acheri is the ghost of a girl who died a horrible, sickly death. It is thought she returns from the spirit world to live in the hills and mountain tops.  At night the Acheri travels through the valleys to spread a shadow of illness over sleeping children..."   Read more about Acheri here: http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/acheri

Acheri“…the Acheri is the ghost of a girl who died a horrible, sickly death. It is thought she returns from the spirit world to live in the hills and mountain tops. At night the Acheri travels through.

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Acheri a evil faerie from native American folklore, a type of demon that spreads disease and spiritual corruption.

Archeri- Indian folklore: the spirit of a little girl who comes down from mountains and hilltops at night to bring sickness to humans, particularly children. They are also referred to as "hill fairies". The only defense against an Acheri was thought to be a red ribbon tied around one's neck. The Acheri is said to bring death to the elderly or other people with low immune system defenses.

antiquesandstrange: “ Oddity of the Week: Acheri Demon In the Native American lore of some North American tribes, the ghost of a little girl who brings disease, especially to children. The ghost lives.

Pesta (Undead/Spirit)(Medium) – The second evolution of the Banshee. Pesta are horrid female ghosts that bring with them death and disease. They are the handmaidens of the Horseman of Pestilence and mostly follow him around or spread plagues and diseases in his name. Pesta are created from the spirits of Vish Kanya, and their screams bring sickness and fatigue. Acheri and Aerico follow them around like loyal dogs. (Danish)

The banshee (/ˈbænʃiː/ ban-shee), from Irish: bean sí [bʲæn ˈʃiː] ("woman of the sídhe" or "woman of the fairy mounds") is a female spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the underworld.

In Native American folklore an Acheri is the ghost or spirit of a little girl who comes down from the mountains and hilltops at night to bring sickness to humans, particularly children. They are often depicted with dark or unnatural eyes and can also be referred to as "hill fairies." The only defense against an Acheri was thought to be a red ribbon tied around one's neck. The Acheri is said to bring death to the elderly or other people with low immune system defenses.

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Krampus. If your young are troubling you on the lead up to christmas just threaten them with this christmas demon: http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/krampus

theparanormalguide: “Krampus - Ghosts, Ghouls and Demons - Origin: Germanic folklore. Krampus is from the German word ‘krampen’ meaning claw. Description: A horned creature with dark hair and fangs. He holds a chain of bells and a hand full of birch.

Chindi. Said to be the ghost that leaves the human body with a person’s dying breath. Read more here: http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/chindi

In Navajo folklore there is the belief that the 'Chindi' is the ghost left behind after a person dies.

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Nasnas - Ghosts, Ghouls and Demons - Origin: Arab mythology Description: Literally, half a human body. The Nasnas is believed to be the offspring of a ‘Shiqq’ and a human. A ‘Shiqq’ is a lower form of jinn (demon spirit), which is a half creature.