• Iannic-ann-ôd (Breton) - Ghost of a drowned person
  • Iara (Brazilian) - Female water spirit
  • Ibong Adarna (Philippine) - Bird that changes color each time it finishes a song
  • Ichchhadhari Nag (Hindu) - shape-shifting venomous snakes
  • Ichimoku-nyūdō (Japanese) - One-eyed kappa from Sado Island
  • Ichiren-Bozu (Japanese) - Animated prayer beads
  • Ichneumon (Medieval Bestiaries) - Dragon-killing animal
  • Ichthyocentaur (Greek) - Human-fish hybrid
  • Iele (Romanian) - Female nature spirits
  • Ifrit (Arabian) - Fire genie
  • Ijiraq (Inuit) - Spirit that kidnaps children.
  • Ikiryō (Japanese) - can be considered a 'living ghost', as it is a person's spirit outside their body
  • Ikuchi (Japanese) - Sea-serpent that travels over boats in an arc while dripping oil
  • Iku-Turso (Finnish) - Sea monster
  • Il-Belliegħa (Maltese) - Malevolent well spirit
  • Imp (Medieval folklore) - Diminutive, demonic servant
  • Impundulu (Southern Africa) - Avian, vampiric lightning spirit
  • Imugi (Korean) - Flightless, dragon-like creatures (sometimes thought of as proto-dragons)
  • Inapertwa (Australian Aboriginal mythology) - Simple organisms, used by creator-gods to make everything else
  • Incubus (Medieval folklore) - Male night-demon and rapist
  • Indrik (Russian) - One-horned horse-bull hybrid
  • Indus Worm (Medieval Bestiaries) - Giant, white, carnivorous worm
  • Inkanyamba (Zulu) - Horse-headed serpent
  • Inugami (Japanese) - Dog spirit
  • Ipotane (Greek) - Horse-human hybrid, two-legged (as opposed to the four-legged centaur)
  • Ippon-datara (Japanese) - One-legged mountain spirit
  • Iratxoak (Basque) - Diminutive, demonic servants
  • Irin (Jewish) - Fallen angels
  • Ishigaq (Inuit) - Little people
  • Island Satyr (Medieval Bestiaries) - Savage human-goat hybrid from a remote island chain
  • Isonade (Japanese) - Shark-like sea monster
  • Ittan-momen (Japanese) - Ghostly aerial phenomenon that attacks people
  • Iwana-bōzu (Japanese) - Char which appeared as a Buddhist monk
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