Headless Horseman: the headless horseman has existed in European folklore since at least the Middle Ages. The Irish “Dullahan,” a name that can be translated to “dark man” rides a black horse with flaming eyes and carries his head under his lower thigh. He holds a whip made from a human corpse’s spine. The head’s eyes move around and the mouth is always smiling. Whenever the Dullahan stops riding, somebody dies. It calls out the name of the unfortunate person, then they die instantly. There…
Chaman en forma espiritual
Ogopogo (Native American) - The evil variant of the Mokele-Mbembe, the evil Nessie. These resemble prehistoric marine reptiles known as the Elasmosaurus, but like the sturgeon they are covered (only their spine though) in hard armor-like plates. They are natural cowards and flee when battles go against them, they are also very elusive and enigmatic.