Mahaha (Inuit) - Insane frost demons with a cold sense of humor. They love to joke around with their victims and tickle them to death with their enormous nails. Mahaha always seem to laugh and their laugh annoys the hell out of other creatures (even demons) that is why they got banished to the frozen places of the world long ago. Their victims always have a twisted frozen smile on their face, as if their death was hilaric.
The Headless Mule - is a character in #Brazilian #folklore. In most tales, it is the #ghost of a woman that has been cursed by God for her sins (often said to be as concubinate or fornication with a priest within a church) and condemned to turn into a fire-spewing headless mule, galloping through the countryside from Thursday's sundown to Friday's sunrise. The myth has several variations concerning the sin that turned the cursed woman into the monster: necrophagy, infanticide, sacrilege…
In Teutonic folklore, undines are female water-spirits who like to associate with humans. They often join villagers in their dances and merry-making. An undine was created without a soul, but by marrying a mortal and bearing him a child she obtained a soul and with it all the pains and penalties of the human race.
Yuki-Onna (Japanese) - The hand-maidens of the Snow Queen, these lure men into the cold mountains where they freeze them to death.