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Raktivira - Folklore, Indian
They were very evil Indian demons who roamed cemetaries, loved dead animals and even scared priests away. They possessed great supernatural powers and could transform into anything they like. Usually they ...
Goddess Durga - Folklore, Indian
Goddess Durga is also known as Parvati or Lalitha. She is the wife of Lord Shiva and exists in various forms, both friendly and fearful. Two of her fierce but very ...
Ashuras - Folklore, Indian
In Hinduism, the Ashuras are the demons who oppose the devas (the Gods). Both the Gods and the demons fought for the Homa, or the Amrta (the sacred drink that gives ...
Kutti Saitan - Folklore, Malay
Kutti Saitan has a small body, almost 'toyol-like'. It has long black hair and an ugly, disfigured face. It's favourite victims are childrens. It is believed that Kutti Saitan was once an ...
Hu Xian - Chinese, Folklore
Fox Spirits/ Fox Fairy (Hu Li Jing/ Hu Xian) - These are foxes that accumulated enough earthly energies and skills to be able to transform into the Human Form. The fox ...
Shui Gui - Chinese, Folklore
Shui Gui (Water ghost) - Ghosts that died of watery causes, they will haunt the pong, pool, lake, river or sea that they died or drown in. These ghosts are said ...
Shen - Chinese, Folklore
SHEN in indigenous Chinese religion, a beneficent spirit of the dead; the term is also applied to deified mortals and gods. Shen are associated with the yang (bright, active) aspect of ...
Kuei - Folklore, Malay
Gui in indigenous Chinese religion, a troublesome spirit that roams the world causing misfortune, illness, and death. Kuei are spirits of individuals who were not properly buried or whose families neglected the ...
Hopping Ghost - Chinese, Folklore
Q: What is a hopping Ghost? A: Scientifically speaking, it's an undecayed corpse whose main soul, the po, has not yet left for the other world. Now, a po on the loose ...
Kwee Kia - Chinese, Folklore
Kwee Kia is also known as the toyol in Malay. The closest English translation will be Little Devil, due to its small figure. The Kwee Kia is powered by a young, angry ...
Chiang Shih - Chinese, Folklore
The Chiang Shih was a creature resulting from suicide or a particularly violent death. Bearing strong resemblance's to the Eastern European vampire, Chiang Shih were vicious, violent killers who would often ...
Penanggal - Folklore, Malay
One of the most famed and feard Malaysian ghosts around. In the State of Johor, it's called Penanggal. In Malay, penanggal means remover while penanggalan is the removing action. So want ...
Penunggu - Folklore, Malay
The penunggu is also known by people of the west as the poltergeist. It is an evil spirit or more specifically a restless spirit that dwells an area or place. The ...
Pelesit - Folklore, Malay
Pelesit is an evil spirit that usually carried off in the body of a grass hopper like insect. This spirit is usually sent off to another person as an evil mean ...
Hantu Raya - Folklore, Malay
The hantu raya is a shape shifting ghost. Usually, this ghost doesn't use its natural ability. This is a ghost with a master (owner) and its purpose is to give its ...
Hantu Lilin - Folklore, Malay
Hantu Lilin means the candle ghost. It carries a candle around to wherever it goes. Why? Nobody knows. Hantu Lilin first made quite a stir on the newspaper somewhere back in ...
Hantu Tinggi - Folklore, Malay
Hantu tinggi or in English means the Tall Ghosts. Usually this type of ghost is not so tall when one encounters it. It only increase in height after somebody approaches it. ...
Hantu Bungkus - Folklore, Malay
The hantu bungkus, also known by many as pocong. It is usually found in villages wandering around and jumping off as though in search of something. Its jumps can range from ...
Hantu Tetek - Folklore, Malay
The Malays call it Hantu Tetek which means 'Breast Ghost' when translated to English. This ghost is a female ghost and has a huge breasts. She uses her breasts to attack ...
Orang Minyak - Folklore, Malay
There are several version of the orang minyak (literally means 'oily man'). According to history, Satan offered to help and grant worldly desires if the "orang minyak" raped 21 girls within ...
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