The North American Cryptid Map
A comprehensive guide to the whereabouts of (possibly fake) real monsters.
So here's a handy guide in case you decide to go looking for a cryptid near you:
CANADA & ALASKA:
Iliamna Lake Monster (Alaska): A wolf-headed orca first spotted by indigenous tribes.
Waheela (Northwest Territories, Canada): giant wolf, possibly prehistoric.
Adlet (Hudson Bay, Canada): a tribe of dog-men, from Inuit legends.
Wendigo (Canada): a cannibalistic creature known to steal the characteristics of the animals and humans that it's
Memphre (Quebec, Canada): a long-necked lake monster.
Shuswaggi (British Columbia, Canada): an enormous snake-like lake creature.
Ogopogo (British Columbia, Canada): an enormous snake-like lake creature.
Turtle Lake Monster (Saskatchewan, Canada): a dog/pig/horse hybrid lake creature.
Manipogo (Manitoba, Canada): another serpentine lake creature.
Champ (Lake Champlain, New York & Vermont): one more serpentine lake creature.
Jersey Devil (New Jersey): a winged goat demon.
Dover Demon (Massachusetts): a large-eyed humanoid seen in April 1977.
Beast of Bray Road (Wisconsin): a bear/wolf-like humanoid.
Frogman (Loveland, Ohio): a humanoid frog.
Oklahoma Octopus (Oklahoma): A giant octopus, rumored to be found in freshwater lakes.
Batsquatch (Mount St. Helens, Washington): A winged-humanoid.
Sasquatch(Pacific Northwest): also known as Bigfoot, the ape-like humanoid and most famous of all cryptids.
Sharlie (Idaho): A serpent-like lake monster.
Tessie (Lake Tahoe, CA): A serpent-like lake monster.
Bear Lake Monster (Idaho): A dinosaur-like lake monster
Mogollon Monster (Arizona): a Bigfoot-like humanoid.
Skinwalker (Southwestern U.S.): a Native American legend of shape-shifting humanoids that some have claimed to witness.
Thunderbird (Western U.S.): giant birds
Ozark Howler (Midwestern U.S.): a horned cat/bear hybrid that is known to let out a terrifying wail.
Lake Worth Monster (Texas): a vicious goat-man.
Chupacabra (Puerto Rico, Mexico, Southwest): a bloodsucking creature first sighted in 1995. Descriptions vary from a scaly reptile to a dog-like kangaroo.
Pope Lick Monster (Kentucky): a horned goat-man known to be found near railroad trestles.
Altamaha-ha (Georgia): a sea-monster known to live in mouths of Georgia's rivers.
Swamp Ape (Florida): also known as the Skunk Ape. A furry humanoid creature.
Scape Ore Swamp Lizard Man (South Carolina): A reptilian humanoid.
Mothman (West Virginia): a winged humanoid with glowing eyes.