Gill-Men are amphibious monsters found in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. They hunt their prey in sea grass meadows not far off the coast. Humans and marlin are their favorite meals. Get more on Gill-Men after the jump.
Mermaids are half-human, half-fish, and all sea monster. They hunt sailors and scuba divers who fall for their traps or get lost. Mermaids also hunt in groups, so it’s more than just one you have to watch for. Get more after the jump.
Banshees are harbingers of death. Their cries signal the death of a close friend or relative. Although, she may signal your sudden demise as well. Get the scoop on these Irish death omens after the jump.
A dark circus is a twisted version of the long-time, family-friendly carnival that comes to town once every few years. It’s filled with monsters, demons and black magick users that have a limited time … to eat you. Get the scoop after the jump.
Necromancers wield black magick to revive corpses and speak with the dead. They make deals with demons and dark entities for their power. But it comes with a deadly price. Get more after the jump.
Skeletons are undead shock troops used by necromancers for protection or assassins. The evil spellcaster can harness a soul to reanimate the bones and send them off to do their diabolical bidding. Get more after the jump.
Wicked trees are centuries-old denizens of the most ancient forests. They can amplify magick and open portals across the earth and other realms. But they require a sacrifice for the blackest magick to work. Get more after the jump.
Swamp monsters are elemental beings created by Mother Nature to protect wetlands, swamps and bogs. They activate when they detect people polluting the habitat and hurting its wildlife. Get more after the jump.
The Infected aren’t really zombies: They’re not the risen dead. These are people infected with a mutated virus that activates the rage centers in the brain. It also causes other biological systems to go crazy. Get more after the jump.
Gargoyles are created when someone agrees to become a monster to protect a person, place or thing. They may seem like unthinking beasts, but they still have the soul of a person inside. Get more after the jump.