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Mishipeshu color sketch by *viergacht (Native American)

An artist's rendition of Mishipeshu. Mishepishu (pronounced Mee-shee-PEE-shoe, and also spelt Mishipeshu), whose name comes from the Algonqu.

Utopiec by ortheza.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Łukasz Ortheza Matuszek –Utopiec (Vodyanoy) - evil and insidious water demon of Slavic beliefs.

The Shunka Warak in is an unknown presumably canine like creature reported through out the northern United States including Montana, Illinois, Nebraska and Iowa, often described by eyewitnesses as being a primitive wolf or hyena like creature. The Ioway, and several other Native American Indian tribes in the region, called the creature Shunka Warak in, which translates into carrying off dogs, because it would often sneak into Indian camps at night to steal their dogs.

Shunka warakin- American folklore: a huge wolf/hyena creature. It is thought to have been a surviving dire wolf or hyaenadon.

Glue-keek- Native American: a bigfoot-like creature that would raid and kill the Warriors of native tribes and had glowing eyes that could hypnotize people. Eventually the tribes got tired of it and they trapped and burned him alive. With his dying breath he cursed humanity and vowed that he will always torment them. His ashes were blown up into the air and the people would feel pin pricks on their skin and then feel an itch. The ashes had turned into the first mosquitoes.

Glue-keek- Native American: a bigfoot-like creature that would raid and kill the Warriors of native tribes and had glowing eyes that could hypnotize people. Eventually the tribes got tired of it and they trapped and burned him alive. With his dying breath he cursed humanity and vowed that he will always torment them. His ashes were blown up into the air and the people would feel pin pricks on their skin and then feel an itch. The ashes had turned into the first mosquitoes.

BRINGER OF THE QUILTOCALYPSE

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Archeri - A demonic spirit from Native American and eastern mythology, the Archeri takes the form of a little girl and delights in spreading disease to children and the elderly. She is often seen as a frail little girl with pale grey skin who lives in the mountains. When disturbed by human activity she will come down from the mountain and dance into festivals and harvests in order to attract children to her. Children are then infected by the Archeri casting its shadow on them…

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.

Richard Hook

Native American Indian Artwork : Richard Hook :: The Young Man Who Was Saved by A Rabbit And A Fox.

Abarimon- Roman legend: a race of humanoids with backwards feet. They were able to run very fast and they were very wild. They lived side by side with animals in harmony.

Abarimon – Couldn’t find an inspiring picture of the creature, and its only a cannibal with backward feet, but I liked it to be the fastest humanoid monster with very primal and feral behavior.

Manipogo- Canadian cryptid: a serpent said to live in lake Manitoba, in Manitoba, Canada. It was described as a muddy colored creature that showed many humps over the water. It also had a sheep-like head.

Manipogo- Canadian cryptid: a serpent said to live in lake Manitoba, in Manitoba, Canada. It was described as a muddy colored creature that showed many humps over the water. It also had a sheep-like head.

Ya-o-gah - Mythical Archive

Ya-o-gah - Mythical Archive

Bat winged monkey bird- British cryptid: a winged creature witnessed by a Jackie Hartley, 3 times. She described it as having a monkey like body with bat wings and a parrot like beak.

Bat winged monkey bird- British cryptid: a winged creature witnessed by a Jackie Hartley, 3 times. She described it as having a monkey like body with bat wings and a parrot like beak.

A mythological beast from the Inuit: Qallupilluk. The Qallupilluit. are ocean creatures that steals lone children through cracks in the ice. No one is sure why they steal children. Some speculate loneliness. Others speculate dinner. Some variations of Qallupilluit mythology say that the child stolen will either die or turn into a mermaid to live underwater with the Qallupilluk that took them.

Qalupalik - A humanoid creature from Inuit mythology, qalupaliks are water beings who live under the ice. They look like humans but they have long hair with green skin, long fingernails and ugly.

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