Classification: Vampire The Abchanchu roams Bolivian roads in the guise of a doddering, frail old man. He appears confused and ...
Ala – Vampire
The Ala is a Turkish term, borrowed by Serbs and Greeks, for an ECLIPSE vampire. The ala replaced the names ...
An Algul is an Arabian vampire night Djinn. Algul means “horse leech.” The algul lives in cemeteries and takes the ...
Alnwick Castle Vampire
Alnwick Castle Vampire (12th c.) English vampiric REVENANT account recorded by WILLIAM OF NEWBURGH in his history of England. The ...
An alp is in German lore, a vampiric, shape-shifting spirit associated with the nightmare, bogeyman, and Incubus. Alps can be ...
Aluqa An ancient vampiric Demon from Hasidic lore,the aluqa looks like a beautiful woman with a face suggesting nothing but ...
Alvantin (AL-von-tin) Variations: CHUREL, Jakhai, Jakhin, MUKAI, Nagulai This vampire from India is created when a woman dies unnaturally, such ...
Alytos (Al-ly-TOSS) This particular word was used to refer to a vampire from ancient Greece, because the word alytos translates ...
Anaïkatoumenos Variations: Anakathoumenos Specifically from the Tenos region of Greece,this vampire is like many other GREEK Vampires in that blood ...
Angiak Variations: Anghiak Centuries ago, the Inuit people of Alaskawould, in desperate times, be forced to take children that could ...
Annis (AN-eez) Variations: Agnes, Ana, Annan, Annowre, Ano, Anoniredi, Anu, Befind, Benie, Bheur, Black Annis, Blue Hag, Bric, Cailleach, Cail-lech, ...
Apsaras (APS-sa-rahs) Similar to the ALP of German folklore, the apsaras of India are female vampiric celestial creatures. They were ...
Aptrgongumenn (Apt-tra-go-GIM-in) There is little known about the aptrgongumenn ("walking dead"), a REVENANT vampire from Norse mythology, except for the ...
Arakh (AH-rack) Variations: Preay ("vampire") A Demonic vampire from the mythology of Cambodia, the arakh takes possession of a person ...
Ardat Lile (AR-daht LIH-lee) Variations: Ardat Lilî, Ardat Lili, Irdu, Lili The ardatlile is a Demonic vampire that preys on ...
Aripa Satanai (AH-ray-pa SAY-ta-ni-eye) Variations: Avestita, BABA COAJA ("Mother Bark"), Mama Padurii, Samca This vampiric spirit from Romania is described ...
Armenki (Armen-KEY) Variations: Opiri, Opyri, Oupir An invisible, intangible, vampiric spirit from Bulgarian mythology, the armenki drains young mothers and ...
Asanbonsam (Ah-SAN-bon-some) Variation: Asambosam, Asanbosan, Asasabonsam, SASABONSAM Similar to the YARA-MA-YHA-WHO of Australia, the asanbonsam terrorizes mankind from southern Ghana ...
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