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Black Dogs - Devil Dogs: The True Evil Hounds of Hell. By Leslie Danielle Ferrymen. Teufel Hunden, allegedly meaning Devil Dogs in German, is a motivational nickname for a U.

S. Marine. It is also the name of the most feared animal from the other side. With tales over the centuries of huge black dogs hunting for souls or like the an unidentified animal found dead in Galveston Island September 1st, 2. Campeche Devil dog Beast. A pack of large black dogs that are said to date back to the time of Jean Lafitte the pirate. Residents of the small Island have been hearing “chilling animal cries” since 1. Many living dogs are often referred to as devil dogs. Dobermans, Pittbulls Rottweiler, and of course all evil Chihuahuas that have ever lived.

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Perro Negro.. The True Evil Hounds of Hell The most famous hellhound is probably Cerberus, the hound of Hades from Greek mythology. Hellhounds are also famous for appearing in Celtic mythology as part of the Wild Hunt. These hounds are given several different names in local folklore, but they display typical hellhound characteristics. The myth is common across Great Britain, and many names are given to the apparitions: Black Shuck of East Anglia (which has its roots in the Norse mythology rather than that of the Celts), Moddey Dhoo of the Isle of Man, Gwyllgi of Wales, and so on. See Barghest. The earliest mention of these myths are in both Walter Map's De Nugis Curialium (1. Welsh myth cycle of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi (ca. In Southern Mexican and Central American folklore, the Cadejo is a black dog that haunts naughty young men who walk late at night on rural roads.

The term is also common in American blues music, such as in Robert Johnson's "Hellhound on my Trail". Hellhounds are normally found near graveyards. In Catalan myth, Dip is an evil, black, hairy dog, an emissary of the Devil, who sucks people's blood. Like other figures associated with demons in Catalan myth, he is lame in one leg. Dip is pictured on the escutcheon of Pratdip."Cerberus" The most Evil Devil Dog Of them all!

The name "Cerberus" pronounced [sur- ber- uhs] is a Latinised version of the Greek Kerberos, which may be related to the Sanskrit word "śarvara- ", used as an epithet of one of the dogs of Yama, from a Proto- Indo- European word *ḱerberos, meaning "spotted" (This etymology suffers from the fact that it includes a reconstructed *b, which is extremely rare in Proto- Indo- European. Yet according to Pokorny it is well distributed, with additional apparent cognates in Slavic, British and Lithuanian.). The use of a dog is uncertain, although mythologists have speculated that the association was first made in the city of Trikarenos in Phliasia. Cerberus is said to be the sibling of the Lernaean Hydra, the Nemean Lion, and the Chimaera. There have been many attempts to explain the depiction of Cerberus.

Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, claimed that Cerberus had two pups which were never away from their father, as such Cerberus was in fact a normal (however very large) dog but artists incorporating the two pups into their work made it appear as if his two children were in fact extra heads. Classical historians have dismissed Heraclitus' explanation as "feeble". Mythologers have speculated that if Cerberus was given his name in Trikarenos it could be interpreted as "three karenos". Certain experts believe that the monster was inspired by the golden jackal. Cerberus (Greek: Κέρβερος, Kérberos) in Greek and Roman mythology, is a multi- headed dog which guards the gates of Hades, to prevent those who have crossed the river Styx from ever escaping. Cerberus featured in many works of ancient Greek and Roman literature and in works of both ancient and modern art and architecture.

As with most creatures from classical mythology, the depiction and background surrounding Cerberus often differed across various works by different authors of the era, the most notable difference being his number of heads; while most sources describe or depict three heads, others show him with two or even just one, a lesser number show a variable amount, sometimes as high as 5. Black and Devil Dog Descriptiopns Many Dogs from hell are said to howl so loud Banshee's have to cover their ears. These great black beast are said to weigh in an excess of 1. Many believe they have movable jays like a Boa constrictor.

Devil dogs in the Southern part of the world tend to be larger then those from the North. Some describe their coats as shine others say their coats are black and absorb and reflect no light.

Devil and black dog eyes are either frey or blood red, silver or blue. Green eyed devil dogs are rare and usually considered to just have arrived on earth from hell. They are said to have a stench like sulphur. And many have strange powers over other creatures including humans. Some Black Dogs are said to be able to disappear.

Others say they are made up of evil shadows. Voodoo Devil dogs are said to be able to change into human form. They are said to be the souls of those turned into zombies and cursed to live as dogs through eternity. The spell can only be broken at the moment they are changing from human to dog if you sever their heads with a blessed machete. Also the Zombie from who's soul it was is destroyed also at this moment. It is believed by many that the soul of the dog possess the zombie and this is why they must obey commands of their owner. Or so an old Haitian belief states.

THE VOODOO DOGS A pack of supernatural black dogs is said to roam the hurricane swept Island of Galveston, Texas since the Great Storm of 1. Legend has it that twelve black puppies were adopted by a downtown business owner when their mongrel (Coyote or prairie wolf, small, swift wolf, Canis latrans, native to W North America), mother was killed. For over a century, inhabitants of West Galveston Island have told tales of these large black hellhounds with malevolent flaming eyes (or in some variants of the legend a single eye) that are red or alternatively yellow. They vary in size and stature from that of simply a large dog to being the size of a small horse. But the Black Pack also are known to be benevolent at times and bring warnings of disasters.

Many say they saw them in the days before the great storm of 1. These dog like chupacabra like creatures are said to be so evil that that they only listen to the commands of the Devil himself. Some stories state that death comes quick if you see a Black Dog in Texas. And death will fall days, months, or years after viewing the demonic beasts.

Others say that death may not follow at all, but something "bad" will happen to someone close to those who set eyes on the twelve ghost hounds. The Black Dog of nearby Clear Lake, TX does not take the guise of a large, fearsome hound. Instead, it appears as a small, sad black dog. The Black Dog of San Leon leaves droppings with human fingers poking out of it . It also appears to enjoy human company, sometimes and has been known to protect lost children rom great danger.

Seeing the small Black Dog of San Leon once is supposedly a sign of good luck to come, twice brings a life of long suffering bad luck And you will not have heirs. And in your cursed life you see him a third time it means instant death. Galveston Devil Dogs: Please read more here now! GALVESTON. php. The Devil Dogs are said to possess great evil magical supernatural powers that defy explanation. If your on Galveston Island be aware of the shadows day and night.

For you might be followed by the dogs of Campeche where ever you go. Speed Dating ���� 2014. The dogs are more then able to become just shadows and are said to follow anyone that might have strange or covert intentions. Many locals will tell you they will closely follow any stranger on the Island until they leave.

The black dogs are known to breath heavily on the necks of those that have no good on their minds. One recent tale tells of a tourist that said she was chased back to her hotel by a large black beast.

Campeche Ghost Dog was just trying to get her out of harms way. These Supernatural dogs are said to try to protect the innocent and the intended victims of unscrupulous people also. Lafitte respected children and woman and the feeble minded. It is said that he commanded his dogs not to harm those that could not protect themselves. The name of Campeche comes from the Mayan word "Ah Kim Pech", which means "The Place of Boa Serpent".

His Black Hellhound Devil Dogs are also said to haunt New Orleans, Barataria and anywhere Lafitte set foot in his lifetime. Some say the shadows of these dogs can be seen in the waves that crash ashore along thee gulf of Mexico. Mujeres Island (Isla Mujeres) near Cancun. Isla Mujeres is the name of a small island, as well as the town on that island, a short distance off the coast of the northeast of the Yucatán Peninsula in the Caribbean Sea. Isla Mujeres is also one of the eight municipalities of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is about 1. 3 km northeast of Cancún, at 2.

North, 8. 6. 7. 2° West. The island is some 7 km long and 6. In the 2. 00. 5 census the municipality had a population of 1. The municipality, which lies mostly on the mainland in the northeastern corner of the state, has an area of 1,1.

Transportation on Isla Mujeres consists primarily of taxis or golf carts and moped scooters. As of 2. 00. 5 there were 1. In Pre- Columbian times the island was sacred to the Mayan moon goddess, Ix Chel. When the Spanish arrived here in the 1. Isla Mujeres" meaning "Island of Women" because of the many cult images of the moon goddess here. There was a small Mayan temple on the south tip of the island, however in 1.

Hurricane Gilbert caused extensive damage to it, leaving most of the foundation and a very small portion of the temple. Free Dating Site For Asian. And near it is the ruins of Lafittes home and where several Black dogs and thie ghost shadows are said to prowl and guard. Also see: The Real Haunted Hag Of Galveston, Texas.

A Truth.. Or A Real Urban Legend? For centuries, inhabitants of East Anglia have told tales of a large black hellhound with malevolent flaming eyes (or in some variants of the legend a single eye) that are red or alternatively green. They are described as being ‘like saucers’. According to reports, the beast varies in size and stature from that of simply a large dog to being the size of a horse. The legends of Black Shuck roaming the Anglian countryside date back to the time of the Vikings. His name may derive from the Anglo- Saxon word scucca meaning “demon”, or possibly from the local dialect word shucky meaning “shaggy” or “hairy”. The legend may have been part of the inspiration for the Sherlock Holmes novel The Hound of the Baskervilles.

Sometimes Black Shuck is referred to as the Doom Dog. It is said that his appearance bodes ill to the beholder, although not always. More often than not, stories tell of Black Shuck terrifying his victims, but leaving them alone to continue living normal lives.

In some cases it has supposedly happened before close relatives to the observer die or become ill. Sometimes Black Shuck has appeared headless, and at other times he appears to float on a carpet of mist. According to folklore, the spectre often haunts graveyards, sideroads, crossroads and dark forests. Black Shuck is also said to haunt the coast road between West Runton and Overstrand. One of the most notable reports of Black Shuck is of his appearance at the churches of Bungay and Blythburgh in Suffolk. On 4 August 1. 57.

Blythburgh, Black Shuck is said to have burst in through the church doors. He ran up the nave, past a large congregation, killing a man and boy and causing the church tower to collapse through the roof. As the dog left, he left scorch marks on the north door which can be seen at the church to this day. The encounter on the same day at Bungay was described in “A Straunge and Terrible Wunder” by the Reverend Abraham Fleming in 1. This black dog, or the divel in such a linenesse (God hee knoweth al who worketh all,) runing all along down the body of the church with great swiftnesse, and incredible haste, among the people, in a visible fourm and shape, passed between two persons, as they were kneeling uppon their knees, and occupied in prayer as it seemed, wrung the necks of them bothe at one instant clene backward, in somuch that even at a mome[n]t where they kneeled, they stra[n]gely dyed.

Other accounts attribute the event to lightning or the Devil. The scorch marks on the door are referred to by the locals as “the devil’s fingerprints”, and the event is remembered in this verse: “ All down the church in midst of fire, the hellish monster flew, and, passing onward to the quire, he many people slew. Barghest, Bargtjest, Bo- guest, Bargest or Barguest is the name often given in the north of England, especially in Yorkshire, to a legendary monstrous black dog with huge teeth and claws, though in other cases the name can refer to a ghost or Household elf, especially in Northumberland and Durham (see Cauld Lad of Hylton). One is said to frequent a remote gorge named Troller's Gill. There is also a story of a Barghest entering the city of York occasionally, where, according to legend, it preys on lone travellers in the city's narrow Snickelways. Whitby is also associated with the spectre.

The derivation of the word barghest is disputed. Ghost in the north of England was once pronounced guest, and the name is thought to be burh- ghest: town- ghost. Others explain it as German Berg- geist (mountain spirit), or Bär- geist (bear- spirit), in allusion to its alleged appearance at times as a bear. Another mooted derivation is 'Bier- Geist', the 'spirit of the funeral bier'. VOODOO HOODOO DEVIL DOGS IN NEW ORLEANSThe Great voodoo Hoodoo Queen Marie Laveau was said to have owned a pack of her own "Devil Voodoo Dogs.

And had supposedly gifted Laffite a few puppies. Laveau is said to have used her Devil dogs to patrol the cemeteries at night. And guard her as she slept.

Her Dogs are said to have been very large and solid black in color with red firey eyes. The most favored of her pack was a large male named Enfant Noir. He is said to be actually burried with her in her New Orleans whitewashed tall tomb. Laveau's Devil dogs are not from hell but said to have been possessed by actual Zombie spirits or ghede. The actual spirits of people turned into Zombies is said to live in the bodies of large dogs and cats until their real bodies are put to rest. Or so real New Orleans voodoo legends state. Marie Laveau was also said to use her great black Devil dogs (sometimes called "Zombie Dogs") To hunt and kill Grunch ("Louisiana Chubacabra").

Many belive it was Laveau's strange Voodoo hoodoo powers that created the Devil Dog In America. They say she mated the largest dogs she could find then turned them into acxtual zombies. The Dogs are said to live forever unless their curse can be broken. These large Devil dogs are said to roam New Orleans and many were killed during hurricane Katrina or scaterred through out the mid south.

Marie Laveau's Voodoo Hoodooo Black Dogs are said to be able to propogate tehir evil and father pups from normal dogs. The Beast of Bodmin.

The Beast of Bodmin, like The Beast of Exmoor, is a phantom wild cat which is purported to range in Cornwall in the United Kingdom. Bodmin Moor became a centre of these sightings with occasional reports of mutilated slain livestock: the alleged panther- like cats of the same region came to be popularly known as the Beast of Bodmin Moor. In general, scientists reject such claims because of the improbably large numbers necessary to maintain a breeding population and because climate and food supply issues would make such purported creatures' survival in reported habitats unlikely.

A long held hypothesis suggested the possibility that alien big cats at large in the United Kingdom could have been imported as part of private collections or zoos, later escaped or set free. An escaped big cat could not be reported to the authorities due to the illegality of owning and importing the animals. The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food decided to conduct an official investigation in 1.

The study's findings decided there was "no verifiable evidence" of exotic felines loose in Britain, and that the mauled farm animals could have been attacked by common indigenous species. The report stated that "the investigation could not prove that a 'big cat' is not present."However the police have released classified pictures of large cats shot by farmers. Less than a week after the government report, a boy was walking by the River Fowey when he discovered a large cat skull. Measuring about four inches wide and seven inches long (1. The story hit the national press at about the same time of the official denial of alien big cat evidence on Bodmin Moor. The skull was sent to the Natural History Museum in London for verification. They determined that it was a genuine skull from a young male leopard, but also found that the cat had not died in Britain and that the skull had been imported as part of a leopard- skin rug.

The back of the skull was cleanly cut off in a way that is commonly used to mount the head on a rug. There was an egg case inside the skull that had been laid by a tropical cockroach that could not possibly be found in Britain.

There were also cut marks on the skull indicating the flesh had been scraped off with a knife, and the skull had begun to decompose only after a recent submersion in water. Cadejo. The cadejo (IPA pronunication /ka.ðe. Salvadoran, Nicaraguan,Costa Rican, Honduran, Guatemalan and southern Mexican folklore. There is a good, white cadejo and an evil, black cadejo. Both are spirits that appear at night to travellers: the white to protect them from harm during their journey, the black (sometimes an incarnation of the devil), to kill them. They usually appear in the form of a large (up to the size of a cow), shaggy dog with burning red eyes and a goat's hooves, although in some areas they have more bull- like characteristics. According to the stories, many have tried to kill the black cadejo but have failed and perished.

Also it is said that if a cadejo is killed, it will smell terrible for several days, and then its body will disappear. Some Guatemalan folklore also tells of a cadejo that guards drunks against anyone who tries to rob or hurt them. When the cadejo is near, it is said to bring about a strong goat- like smell. Most people say never to turn your back to the creature because otherwise you will go crazy. In popular etymology, the name cadejo is thought to have derived from the Spanish word "cadena", meaning "chain"; the cadejo is at times represented as dragging a chain behind him. There is a fairly large member of the weasel family, the tayra, which in common speech is called a cadejo and is cited as a possible source of the legend.

It ranges in many sizes according to different tales in various regions. It lurks in graveyards and dark alleys, waiting to attack a passing victim. It has a distinctive smell of concentrated urine and burning sulphur. It rattles with a jerking motion contracting its pharynx. Its gaze freezes anyone who makes eye contact. It glitters in the pitch dark with skin and short hair, similar to that of a pig. There are three types of black cadejos: The first is the devil himself in the form of a large, wounded dog with hoofed feet that are bound with red- hot chains.

It is said that not even the white cadejo is able to completely stop him. Unlike the regular black cadejo it is not likely to pursue and attack a passing human, as it is a scout - the eyes of evil. Instead, anyone who spots him will have a sad event. In the short story "Leyenda del Cadejo" ("Legend of the Cadejo") by Nobel Prize laureate Miguel Ángel Asturias, this variety of cadejo terrorizes a young abbess and robs her of her braid. The second type of cadejo is the regular cadejo, the mysterious evil dog. It kills and savagely tears through its victim. First it demoralizes him with a series of sounds and other signs that it is nearby.