• Jack-In-Irons (English) - Malevolent giant
  • Jaculus (Medieval Bestiaries) - Winged serpent or small dragon
  • Jasconius (Medieval folklore) - Island-sized fish
  • Jasy Jaterei (Guaraní) - Nature guardian and bogeyman
  • Jatayu (Hindu mythology) - A demi-god who has the form of a vulture
  • Jaud (Slavic) - Vampirised premature baby
  • Jenglot (Java) - Vampiric little people
  • Jengu (Sawa) - Water spirit
  • Jentil (Basque) - Megalith-building giant
  • Jenu (Mi'kmaq) - Anthropophagous giant
  • Jerff (Swedish) - Gluttonous dog-cat-fox hybrid
  • Jersey Devil (American folklore) - Demonic dragon that was given birth to by a woman in New Jersey
  • Jian (Chinese) - One-eyed, one-winged bird who requires a mate for survival
  • Jiang Shi (Chinese) - Life-draining, reanimated corpse
  • Jiaolong (Chinese) - Dragon
  • Jibakurei (Japanese) - Spirit that protects a specific place
  • Jievaras (Lithuanian) - House spirit
  • Jikininki (Japanese) - Corpse-eating ghost
  • Jiufeng (Chinese) - a nine-headed bird worshiped by ancient natives in Hubei Province.
  • Jiu tou niao (Chinese) - Nine-headed, demonic bird
  • Jogah (Iroquois) - Little people nature spirit
  • Jörmungandr (Norse) - Sea serpent
  • Jorōgumo (Japanese) - Spider woman
  • Jotai (Japanese) - Animated folding screen cloth
  • Jötunn (Norse) - Gigantic nature spirits
  • Jujak (Korean) - A bird
  • Jumbee (Guyanese) - Malevolent spirit
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