Things that go bump in the night, things that dwell in the dark forest, things that lurk below murky waters have always given way to involuntary shutters. Glowing red eyes, sharp teeth, and guttural growls have haunted the sleep of dreamers for as long as can be remembered. Fear is the unknown and monsters are the unknown. Urban legends and folklore have given us monsters that tap into this fear and make our skin crawl. However, there are a few critters that are ineffective at making even the smallest hair stand on end. The monsters listed here, for all their mystical hype, have bankrupted their respective supernatural caches and generally become the laughing stalks of the monster world. Let’s turn on the lights, pull back the covers and laugh at what’s hiding under the bed.
This handsome devil is of Native American origin, specifically from Wampanoag legend. The Pukwudgie is a small creature that is about 2-to-3 feet in height with an enlarged nose, fingers, and ears. They are said to have smooth gray toned skin that has at times been known to glow. Pukwudgie are magical creatures that can appear and disappear when they like, have been known to lure people to their deaths, shoot poison darts, start fires at will, and control the souls of their victims. Fun fact, for all their mechviousness they can transform themselves into walking porcupines. These little rascals are actually pixie porcupines, isn’t that adorable?http://warriorsofmyth.wikia.com/wiki/Pukwudgie Source: Warriorsofmyth.wikia.com