How many unwitting sailors have you lured to their deaths?
We'll probably never get answers...
Lock them up and throw away the key.
In your face, Santa!!!
Dear god, what are you all doing?
Aaron Mahnke delves into the histories behind the terrifying creatures that have haunted communities for centuries in The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures. Here are some of the creepiest.
Both are ~spooky~ scary.
Queer people are used to being vilified, attacked, and misunderstood — so some of us embrace villains like the Babadook and the Mothman because we recognize ourselves in them.
It'll be a graveyard smash!
Sharks getting into the swimming pool is still a huge concern.
BEWARE: HORRORS AHEAD.
All the best mythological monsters are badass women.
We know the thing you can't even admit to yourself.
This is why people don't invite you places.
The ice men cometh.
Vampires suck — literally.
Death by cuteness.
Everything is little bit better with monsters.
God save their souls.
Face your fear...then stuff your face.
"This holiday is for children, not 25-year-olds!"
You probably won't win the costume competition.
Monster Squad goals.
A marathon in Scotland is offering a cash prize to anyone who can capture photographic proof.
At least that's what he could have said.
Because who wants to hook up with a pathetic human?
Oh hey, Slappy, didn't think we'd see you again...
A man recently captured film of the alleged creature on his phone.
The mother of three claims to have taught herself to face-paint at home.
They could be under the bed right this minute! Sooo romantic.
Giant bugs, crabs, monsters. Stay indoors.
It's a lot.
Don't turn out the lights.
It's good to be the King of the Monsters.
There's a special place in hell for people who mix M&Ms and Skittles in the same candy dish.
Someone, somewhere, is making sweet love to a loaf of bread.
We seriously had to wait for over an hour to see the shark in Jaws
Just when you thought that hairy toad was safe...
Is Sasquatch fact or fiction? You decide!
These animals actually existed. BRB crying.
Artist Todd Spence combines Hollywood's monster-men with Ryan Gosling's angelic face to make sure you never sleep again. Via break.com.
Because some cryptids are just obviously better than others. (Non-exhaustive, but pretty exhaustive.)
The team at Yahoo's SketchY weekly comedy web series just dropped an anvil on the sports world, and it's amazing.
The X-Files did it better.
Monsters do exist!
Click here and die!
When she leaned in for a photo, he reportedly said, "But I smell." She responded, "Don't worry, I smell too."