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Yara-Ma-Yha-Who

Posted by Shirley Ewing on Saturday, January 15, 2011, In : bizarre creatures 

The Legend of Yara-Ma-Yha-Who: A Vampyre Tale.

Retold by Sebastian Blaylock. (from the Infernus Pylon Newsletter - 1997)

 

 

In Aboriginal mythology The Yara-ma-yha-who are small creatures that inhabit the east coast of Australia. They have been described as; standing about one metre tall with a large head and a very large mouth, the colour of their skin is green and / or red, they have no teeth. The Yara-ma-yha-who do not make spears and boomerangs like their larger h...


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Rabisu

Posted by Shirley Ewing on Saturday, January 15, 2011, In : bizarre creatures 
The Rabisu are demons lurking in the shadows of many homes. They mostly linger at the thresholds, waiting to attack those who enter the home. But who are these Rabisu? Where do they come from?

Legend has it, that the Rabisu are ancient beings. So ancient, that it is believed they were part of the angelic rebellion, banished forever from heaven. But, even believing this theory, it does not explain the reason behind their blood thirst. Why and how, did these creatures evolve into vampiric spirit...
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Draug

Posted by Shirley Ewing on Saturday, January 15, 2011, In : bizarre creatures 

In Scandinavian folklore, the creature is said to possess a distinctly human form said to be either hel-blar ("death black") or, conversely, na-folr ("corpse-pale"). In other tellings, the draug is described as being a headless fisherman, dressed in oilskins. This trait is common in the northernmost part of Norway, where life and culture was based on the fish, more than anywhere else.

Draug sightings in modern times are not so common, but are still reported by reasonable and relatively sane...


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Chupacabra

Posted by Shirley Ewing on Saturday, January 15, 2011, In : bizarre creatures 

chupacabra

chupacabra.jpg (18111 bytes)The chupacabra ("goat sucker") is an animal said to be unknown to science and systemically killing animals in places like Puerto Rico, Miami, Nicaragua, Chile, and Mexico. The creature's name originated with the discovery of some dead goats in Puerto Rico with puncture wounds in their necks and their blood allegedly drained. According to UFO Magazine (March/April 1996) there have been more than 2,000 reported cases of animal mutilations in Puerto Rico  attributed to the chupacabra...


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