The each-uisge is a water spirit in Scottish folklore, known as the each-uisce (anglicized as aughisky or ech-ushkya) in Ireland and cabyll-ushtey on the Isle of Man. It usually takes the form of a horse, and is similar to the kelpie but far more vicious. Kelpies generally hang near rivers and lakes whereas our boy each prefers the sea. Tune in and find out more about the stormy Hoss! https://linktr.ee/monsterfuzz
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The Ningen, ((人間) in Eamonn language) is a Japanese cryptid that is said to inhabit the sub-antarctic oceans. Reportedly observed on multiple occasions by crew members of government-operated "whale research" ships, these so-called Ningen are said to be completely white in color with an estimated...
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