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  2. "Monster " is the fifth episode of the third season of The Flash, and the fifty-first episode overall. It aired on November 1, Starring Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash, Candice Patton as Iris West, Danielle Panabaker as Dr. Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon, Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West, Tom Cavanagh as H.R. Wells, Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West.
  3. In Greek mythology, Echidna was a half-woman, half-snake. She is known as the mother of all monsters because many famous mythological creatures were born from and mothered by her. Echidna was described as a nymph with glancing eyes, fair cheeks, the lower half of her bod appearing as a huge snake, great and awful, and having speckled skin. She had a cave deep under a hollow rock, where .
  4. Mar 07,  · “Wendigo” and “Windigo” have largely been used to mean the same thing. But some researchers attest that the former is a “Bigfoot-like” creature, while the latter is a “cannibalistic spirit” that possesses humans and forces them to satisfy its urges for human flesh.. Perhaps that is why many accounts of the Wendigo describe a creature that is a combination of both of the.
  5. Originally human beings, they were infected with a strange virus that kills humans and then resurrects them as undead versions of themselves. Appendage Assimilation: Zombies can replace damaged parts by sewing on replacements; once it's been stitched into place, it works just fine, whether it's a hand, an eye, or even an entire body.
  6. A relatively recent addition to the monster list, the Montauk Monster was a strange creature that washed up on a beach in Montauk, N.Y., in July A photo of the four-legged, clawed, nearly.
  7. Monsters peer and prowl, roar and ravage in myths and legends the world over. They are the stuff of nightmares, the looming presences outside the comforting circle of firelight, the menacing shapes glimpsed moving through the shadows of trees or in deep water.

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