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Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Garou

Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Garou

Sometimes known as simply the Garou the shapeshifting beast of the Louisiana swamps has earned many names throughout the years. Included in these are the perhaps more well known Rougarou and the loup garou. The French origins of the creature can be seen in the […]

Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Frogman

Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Frogman

The History Although there are a few other vague references of frog like humanoid cryptids across the world the most famous comes from Cincinnati, Ohio. The Loveland Frog was first spotted in the summer of 1955 when a traveling salesman claimed to have seen three […]

Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Chupacabra

Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Chupacabra

The Legend The Chupacabra is perhaps one of the best-known cryptids of the American southwest as well as Central and South America. It is believed that the creature is a small bipedal beast that drains the blood from various farm animals. The name “Chupacabra” itself […]

Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Bell Witch

Monsters and Ghosts A to Z : The Bell Witch

The Legend The tale of the Bell Witch begins in the early 1800’s when a man by the name of John Bell and his family began experiencing paranormal phenomenon in a quiet farmhouse in the northern part of Robertson county Tennessee. Bell had settled in […]