Here we’ll be talking about 5 monsters from English Folklore. let’s explore some monsters of English Myths from the English Folklore.
The dog has red or yellow glowing eyes to haunt the masses. In general these dogs are regarded as sinsters. According to the European Myths these dogs are associated with death.
At times these devils were also associated with storms (electrical storms). There are many types of black dogs. Out of which some are very notable in the myths and Folklore like Black Dog of Aylesbury.
According to English Folklore Herne the Hunter is a ghost. The Ghost is believed to be associated with Windsor Forest.
It is said that the ghost rides on a horse and antlers grow from Herne the Hunter’s head. The Ghost ‘Herne the Hunter’ was first mentioned in William Shakespeare’s popular play.
A Boggart is another mysterious creature from English Folklore. The creature is considered to be a household spirit.
Boggarts are known for their mischievous acts. They tend to disappear or steal things like milk, food and even dogs or lame.
Next on the list is Ogre. These were large monsters who looked like humans by appearance. Ogres are considered to be dangerous monsters.
Jenny Greenteeth is a figure in English Folklore. She is also known as Wicked Jenny or Ginny Greenteeth for her acts.