M-Ska-Gwe-Demoos - Producing mournful weeping sounds from deep swamps and bogs, these North American boogeymen resemble hags or banshees clothed entirely in rotting plants and with moss in place of hair. Anyone who attempts to follow the sounds of their crying will become lost in the swamps and will eventually be drowned and eaten by the hideous creatures.
Chipekwe - Known from Central Africa, this massive reptile has a single horn on its nose that is used for fighting rivals, and feeds on rhinoceroses and elephants. It lives mostly in wetlands and swamps, and so is rarely seen by human eyes.
Cadejo (Undead/Beast/Shade)(Medium) – When the Barghest evolves it not only becomes bigger it also gains a spiritual white twin copy of itself. For every horrid thing the black Cadejo does, the White Cadejo does a good deed. They are yin and yang incarnate, pure neutrality and paradox combined. They are bound by a magical chain that keeps them from harming each other. (Mexican)
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.