librum-prodigiosum: “Melon heads are cryptids from North American urban legend. Described as small humanoids with grotesquely swollen heads, most of the stories come from Michigan, Ohio and Connecticut. First mentioned in the the melon heads.
Gashadokuro: Japanese folklore giant skeletons made from the bones of people who have died because of starvation. It lurks at midnight looking for victims who are by themselves. It can be detected by a ringing in your ear.
Mapinguari- Brazilian folklore/cryptid: a hairy, roughly humanoid creature described with one eye, a giant mouth on its stomach, and huge claws on its hands. Plausible explanation: long lost ground sloth, or imaginative natives
Onmorakai- A bird demon of the japanese folklore, this being than resembles a black crane with a humanoid face and fire breath is created from the restless spirits of fleshy dead corpses, who have not received a proper memorial service.