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  • Kabouter (Dutch) - Little people that live underground, in mushrooms, or as house spirits
  • Kachina (Hopi and Puebloan) - Nature spirit
  • Kahaku (Japanese) - Little people and water spirits
  • Kajsa (Scandinavian) - Wind spirit
  • Kalakeyas (Hindu) - Descendents of Kala
  • Kallikantzaroi (Greek) - Grotesque, malevolent spirit
  • Kamaitachi (Japanese) - Wind spirit
  • Kami (Japanese) - Nature spirit
  • Kamikiri (Japanese) - Hair-cutting spirit
  • Kanbari-nyūdō (Japanese) - Bathroom spirit
  • Kanbo (Japanese) - Drought spirit
  • Kanedama (Japanese) - Money spirit
  • Kappa (Japanese) - Little people and water spirits
  • Kapre (Philippine) - Malevolent tree spirit
  • Karakoncolos (Bulgarian and Turkish) - Troublesome spirit
  • Karakura (Turkish) - Male night-demon
  • Karasu-tengu (Japanese) - Tengu with a bird's bill
  • Karkadann (Persian) - One-horned giant animal
  • Karkinos (Greek) - Giant crab
  • Karura (Japanese) - Eagle-human hybrid
  • Karzełek (Polish) - Little people and mine spirits
  • Kasa-obake (Japanese) - Animated parasol
  • Kasha (Japanese) - Cat-like demon which descends from the sky and carries away corpses
  • Kashanbo (Japanese) - Kappa who climb into the mountains for the winter
  • Katawa-guruma (Japanese) - Woman riding on a flaming wheel
  • Katsura-otoko (Japanese) - Handsome man from the moon
  • Kaukas (Lithuanian) - Nature spirit
  • Kawa-uso (Japanese) - Supernatural river otter
  • Kawa-zaru (Japanese) - Smelly, cowardly water spirit
  • Keelut (Inuit) - Hairless dog
  • Kee-wakw (Abenaki) - Anthropophagous giant
  • Kekkai (Japanese) - Amorphous afterbirth spirit
  • Kelpie (rish and Scottish) - Malevolent water horse
  • Ker (Greek) - Female death spirit
  • Kesaran-pasaran (Japanese) - Mysterious, white, fluffy creature
  • Keukegen (Japanese) - Disease spirit
  • Keythong (Heraldic) - Wingless griffin
  • Khalkotauroi (Greek) - Bronze-hoofed bulls
  • Kigatilik (Inuit) - Night-demon
  • Kijimunaa (Japanese) - Tree sprite from Okinawa
  • Kijo (Japanese) - She-devil
  • Kikimora (Slavic) - Female house spirit
  • Killmoulis (English and Scottish) - Ugly, mischievous mill spirit
  • Kinnara (Hindu) - Human-bird hybrid
  • Kin-u (Japanese) - a bird
  • Kirin (Japanese) - Japanese unicorn
  • Kishi (Angola) - Malevolent, two-faced seducer
  • Kitsune (Japanese) - Fox spirit
  • Kitsune-Tsuki (Japanese) - Person possessed by a fox spirit
  • Kiyohime (Japanese) - Woman who transformed into a serpent-demon out of the rage of unrequited love
  • Klabautermann (German) - Ship spirit
  • Knocker (Cornish and Welsh) - Little people and mine spirits
  • Knucker (English) - Water dragon
  • Kobalos (Greek) - Shape-shifting thieves and tricksters
  • Kobold (German) - Little people and mine or house spirits
  • Kodama (Japanese) - Tree spirit
  • Kofewalt (Germanic) - House spirit
  • Ko-gok (Abenaki) - Hideous monster
  • Kokakuchō (Japanese) - Ubume bird
  • Komainu (Japanese) - Protective animal
  • Konaki-Jijii (Japanese) - Infant that cries until it is picked up, then increases its weight and crushes its victim
  • Kongamoto (Congo) - Flying creature
  • Konoha-tengu (Japanese) - Anthropomorphic bird
  • Koro-pok-guru (Ainu) - Little people
  • Korrigan (Breton) - Little people and nature spirits
  • Kraken (Scandinavian) - Sea monster
  • Krasnoludek (Slavic) - Little people nature spirits
  • Krasue (Southeast Asian) - Vampiric, floating head
  • Kuarahy Jára (Guaraní) - Forest spirit
  • Kubikajiri (Japanese) - Female corpse-chewing graveyard spirit
  • Kuchisake-onna (Japanese) - Vengeful ghost of a woman mutilated by her husband
  • Kuda-gitsune (Japanese) - Miniature fox spirit
  • Kudan (Japanese) - Human-faced calf which predicts a calamity and then dies
  • Kui (Chinese) - One-legged monster
  • Kulshedra (Albanian) - Drought-causing dragon
  • Kumakatok (Philippine) - Death spirits
  • Kumiho (Korean) - Fox spirit
  • Kun (Chinese) - Giant fish
  • Kupua (Hawaiian) - Shapeshifting tricksters
  • Kurabokko (Japanese) - Guardian spirit of a warehouse
  • Kurage-no-hinotama (Japanese) - Jellyfish which floats through the air as a fireball
  • Kurma (Hindu mythology) - the second avatar of Vishnu in the form of a Turtle
  • Kurupi (Guaraní) - Wild man and fertility spirit
  • Kushtaka (Tlingit) - Shapeshifting otter spirit
  • Kwakwakalanooksiwae (Kwakiutl) - a bird
  • Kye-ryong (Korean) - Chicken-lizard hybrid
  • Kyourinrin (Japanese) - Animated scroll or paper
  • Kyūbi-no-kitsune (Japanese) - Nine-tailed fox
  • Kyūketsuki (Japanese) - Vampire
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