“In the religion and cultural lore of Southwestern tribes, there are witches known as skinwalkers who can alter their shapes at will to assume the characteristics of certain animals…In the American Southwest, the Navajo, Hopi, Utes, and other tribes each have their own version of the skinwalker story…
…a malevolent witch capable of transforming itself into a wolf, coyote, bear, bird, or any other animal.”
Video uploaded on February 6, 2014. A 44-second clip on YouTube allegedly showcases a “werewolf” or skinwalker in the town of São Gonçalo de Campos. This reportedly follows a number of horrifying sightings in the area.
The creature is described as five feet tall and black. The camera is described as a potato.
This image was taken by a hospital monitor, and allegedly shows a dark, contorted figure looming over a bed-ridden patient. The patient is said to have died within only a few hours. Possible case of pareidolia.
The Old Hag is a figure of folklore that appears throughout the world, often associated with sleep paralysis (read: Old Hag Syndrome). It’s said to be a witch who sits on the chests of her victims as they lie in bed.