A sky deity falling from the sky sounds bad, right? Not if it’s the Kasogonagá!
The pontianak, or kuntilanak, has long been a staple of Malay horror.
This horse-like horror emerges from the sea bringing death and disease.
In the final episode of our three-part series, we bring us to the 21st-century zombie.
In this second episode of our special series, we move from the zombi to the Romero zombie.
The first episode of our three-part special series on the complex history of the zombie.
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Spring-heeled Jack became both a terrifying boogeyman and an avenging hero.
Find out what theories have been disproven—and what questions are still unanswered.
We picture sirens as similar to mermaids, but the original first sirens weren’t fish-like.
A constant in the stories of the bunyip is the role of Aboriginal storytelling & culture.
This shapeshifting female spider monster from Japan might be your worst nightmare.
Why do we have such a fascination with apocalyptic scenarios?
There are few modern monsters more notorious, or more recognized, than Slenderman.
The jinni are far more important, and frightening, than pop culture would have us believe.
Does this snow monster really exist?
What could possibly have prompted the creation of this twisted tale?
Learn about the surprising history of this shapeshifting creature.
The world is full of monsters, myths, and legends and Monstrum isn’t afraid to take a closer look. The show, hosted by Emily Zarka, Ph.D., takes us on a journey to discover a new monster for each new episode. Monstrum looks at humans unique drive to create and shape monster mythology through oral storytelling, literature and film.
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