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Showing results 1 - 20 of 21 for the category: Western Folklore.

Huaychivo - Folklore, Mexican
Huaychivo or, more commonly, Huay Chivo is a legendary Mayan beast. It is a half-man, half-beast creature, with burning red eyes, and is specific to the Yucatán Peninsula. It is often said ...
Alux - Folklore, Mexican
An alux is the name given to a type of sprite or spirit in the mythological tradition of certain Maya peoples from the Yucatán Peninsula and Guatemala in Mexico. Aluxob are conceived ...
Duende - Folklore, Mexican
A duende is a fairy or goblin like mythological character. While its nature varies throughout Mexico and America, in many cases its closest equivalents known in the Anglophone world are the Irish ...
Chaneque - Folklore, Mexican
Chaneque or Ohuican Chaneque, as they were called by the Aztecs are legendary creatures in Mexican folklore. They are conceived of as small, sprite-like beings, elemental forces and guardians of nature. By tradition, ...
Urayuli - American, Folklore
Urayuli, or "Hairy Men", are a mythical race of creatures that live in the woodland areas of southwestern Alaska. Stories of the Urayuli describe them as standing 10 feet tall with long ...
Underwater Panthers - American, Folklore
Underwater panthers were powerful creatures in the mythological traditions of some Native American tribes, particularly tribes of the Great Lakes region. In Ojibwe, the creature is sometimes called Mishibizhiw ("Mishipizhiw", "Mishipizheu", "Mishupishu", ...
Thunderbird - American, Folklore
The Thunderbird is a legendary creature in North American indigenous peoples' history and culture. It's considered a "supernatural" bird of power and strength. It is especially important, and richly depicted, in the ...
Sisiutl - American, Folklore
The Sisiutl is one of the most powerful crests, and mythological creatures in the Kwakwaka’wakw, Nuu-chah-nulth, and Coast Salish pantheons. The sisiutl (or sisiyutl) often appears in Pacific Northwest Indian folk art, ...
Piasa Bird - American, Folklore
The Piasa Bird is a legendary creature that was depicted in a mural painted by Native Americans on a cliff above the Mississippi River. Its original location was in Jersey County near ...
Onza - American, Folklore
The Onza is a species of wild cat reputed to exist in Mesoamerica at the time of the Spanish conquistadors. The Aztecs named this animal cuitlamiztli in Nahuatl. The Spanish name "onza" ...
Horned Serpent - American, Folklore
The Horned Serpent appears in the mythologies of many Native Americans. Details vary among tribes, with many of the stories associating the mystical figure with water, rain, lightning and/or thunder. The Horned ...
Deer Woman - American, Folklore
Deer Woman is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology, in and around Oklahoma, The Western United States and The Pacific Northwest. She allegedly appears at various times as an old woman, ...
White Lady - American, Folklore
A White Lady is a type of female ghost in America who is supposed to have died tragically or suffered trauma in life. White Lady legends are found around the world. Common ...
Feathered Serpent - American, Folklore
The Feathered Serpent refers to prominent serpent deities throughout Mesoamerica. Thought to have originated during the times of the Olmec(1150-500 BC), as some of the earliest known depictions of the serpent god ...
Orbs - American, Folklore
The common misconception is that ghosts always appear as full manifestations, this is also fueled by Hollywood. Rarely have total manifestations been photographed by ghost hunters. The common way that ghosts ...
Demons - American, Folklore
Demons are evil spirits. The term demon is derived from the Greek word daimon, which means a "supernatural being" or "spirit." They are not ghosts since they were never a human ...
Chupacabra - Folklore, Mexican
Chupacabra is a mysterious beast from Puerto Rican folklore. The name translates to 'goat sucker' in Spanish, so called because of the way it all the blood from goats and other ...
Werewolf - American, Folklore
Werewolves were evil, vicious people who had the power to transform themselves into wolves. They roamed at night in search of human flesh and blood. Typical victims would be travellers. Werewolves could ...
Windigo - American, Folklore
The Windigo is a terrible spirit of cannibalism that haunts the Algonkian-speaking Indians of Canada that can take both physical and mental forms. It is a half-phantom, half-beast that lives in ...
Poltergeist - American, Folklore
We thought we would highlight the word poltergeist, because people tend to be frightened of this type of ghost, and with good understanding because Hollywood often portrays poltergeists in a negative ...
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