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The Erchitu is a creature from Sardinian mythology. It appears as a large white ox, often accompanied by a devil. This devil will ride the Erchitu, lighting candles on its horns and prodding it with hot a poker.

The Erchitu is seen as a sort of lycanthrope. Any man who has committed a serious misdeed might turn into an Erchitu upon the full moon. They will find a house and bellow three times before the threshold; someone within the house will then die inside of a year.

If a strong and virtuous person is able to blow out both of the Erchitu’s candles in one breath, it will be freed from its curse.

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paranormal-buzz-radio:

Wednesday Feb 19th 6/5c
Cauldron Talk with Kaycee Colburn
the season finale, in this episode the circle talks about cryptids and elementals with special guests Jen Kruse and Alex Bob

Direct Show Link ⬇️
https://www.spreaker.com/episode/22308050

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Live Tuesday February 11th 8/7c
Kyle Yates welcomes Ron Meyer
of Bigfoot Singularity

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https://www.spreaker.com/show/into-the-p-i-t-t

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The Ushi-Oni is a monstrous yōkai in Japanese mythology. Descriptions of it vary, but it is usually said to have an ugly, bovine head. It is often depicted with the body of a spider.

Legends about the Ushi-Oni vary from prefecture to prefecture, but it is largely seen as destructive and violent. Some say it eats people, others that it spreads ilnesses or curses. In the Wakayama Prefecture, it is accused of muddying the water, while in the Kōchi Prefecture, it causes drought.

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The Chonchon is a bird-like creature from the mythology of the Mapuche people of Chile and Argentina. It appears as a human head with feathers and talons. It has huge ears which it uses to fly.

The Chonchon begins life as a kalku, a sorcerer who uses black magic, who transforms into the creature by detaching his head. The Chonchon is said to have a distinct call, and to spread bad luck. Some believe they have vampiric tendencies, drinking the blood of sleeping people.

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In Hindu mythology, Hiranyakashipu is the king of the Asuras. His name translates roughly as “clothed in gold,” and he is often depicted as surrounded by wealth and opulence.

Hiranyakashipu and his brother Hiranyaksha are the progenitors of the Asura race. After Hiranyaksha was slain by Varaha, an avatar of Vishnu, Hiranyakashipu sought great power by performing penance for Brahma. Despite this, he was later slain by Narasimha, one of Vishnu’s most ferocious avatars.

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insanelyhauntedpodcast:

EPISODE 94 of Insanely Haunted podcast: THORNHAVEN MANSION

Our friends from the Boosier Podcast joined us for this trip to
Thornhaven, a house with a cool name but not many ghosts or anything
spooky going on in it at all really. You know, regular Ghost Adventures
Crew things!

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Kutkh is a spirit in the mythology of eastern Russia. He is seen varyingly as a powerful shaman, a mischievous prankster and an important religious figure. In the stories of several native Russian peoples, particularly the Chukchis and the Koryaks, he is a key figure in the creation story.

In some popular stories, Kutkh brought life to the Earth by chipping away the stone blocking the sun. Other tales tell of his droppings creating landmasses. A common theme is his virility, with many seeing Kutkh as an ancestor of humanity.

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In Japanese folklore, hitodama are atmospheric ghost lights that are said to be the souls of people which have separated from the dead body. The name “hitodama” means “human soul.”

The hitodama are said to fly along at night, and are generally blue , orange or red. A tail tails behind them, distinguishing them from similar spirits such as onibi.

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