The Scariest Mythical Creatures from Each of America’s 50 State

From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the blue waters of The Great Lakes, these vast and mysterious areas are home to more than just wildlife.

The Scariest Mythical Creatures from Each of America’s 50 State

In early April of 1971, 50 people reported seeing a half-wolf, half-women creature in the marshes of Mobile. 

1. Alabama’s The Wolf Woman of Mobile

Another one of the mythical creatures from Indigenous legends is the Qalupalik. This Inuit creature lives in the sea and draws children to the water with a hum-like singing.

2. Alaska’s Qalupalik

Also known as The Arizona Bigfoot, reports claim this monster smells like a mixture of dead fish, skunk, and decaying peat moss.

3. Arizona’s Mogollon Monster

Now nicknamed Whitey, the Newport-area sea creature legend goes all the back to Native American folklore. In 1937, national media reported a sighting of this giant Loch Ness Monster cousin in the Arkansas River.

4. Arkansas’ White River Monster

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