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  • Paasselkä devils (Finnish) - Spectral fire
  • Pamola (Abenaki) - Weather spirit
  • Panes (Greek) - Human-goat hybrids descended from the god Pan
  • Pandi (Medieval Bestiary) - Humanoid with giant ears, eight fingers and toes, and white hair
  • Panis (Hindu) - Demons with herds of stolen cows
  • Panlong (Chinese) - Water dragon
  • Panotti (Medieval Bestiaries) - Humanoid with gigantic ears
  • Panther (Medieval Bestiaries) - Feline with sweet breath
  • Parandrus (Medieval Bestiaries) - Shapeshifting animal whose natural form was a large ruminant
  • Pard (Medieval Bestiaries) - Fast, spotted feline believed to mate with lions to produce leopards
  • Pardalokampoi (Etruscan) - Fish-tailed panther
  • Patagon (Medieval folklore) - Giant race reputed to live in the area of Patagonia
  • Patasola (Latin America) - Anthropophagous, one-legged humanoid
  • Patupairehe (Māori) - White-skinned nature spirits
  • Pech (Scottish) - Strong little people
  • Pegaeae (Greek) - Spring nymph
  • Pegasus (Greek) - Winged horse
  • Pelesit (Malay) - Servant spirit
  • Peluda (French) - Dragon
  • Penanggalan (Philippine) - Vampires that sever their heads from their bodies to fly around, usually with their intestines or other internal organs trailing behind
  • Peng (Chinese) - Giant bird
  • Penghou (Chinese) - Tree spirit
  • Peri (Persian) - Winged humanoid
  • Peryton (Allegedly Medieval folklore) - Deer-bird hybrid
  • Pesanta (Catalan) - Nightmare demon in the form of a cat or dog
  • Peuchen (Chilota and Mapuche) - Vampiric, flying, shapeshifting serpent
  • Phoenix (Phoenician) - Regenerative bird
  • Piasa (Native American mythology) - Winged, antlered feline-like dragon
  • Piatek (Armenian) - Large land animal
  • Pictish Beast (Pictish stones) - Stylistic animal, possibly a dragon
  • Pillan (Mapuche) - Nature spirit
  • Pim-skwa-wagen-owad (Abenaki) - Water spirit
  • Piru (Finnish) - Minor demon
  • Pishacha (Hindu) - Carrion-eating demon
  • Pita-skog (Abenaki) - Serpentine rain spirit
  • Pixie (Cornish) - Little people and nature spirits
  • Pixiu (Chinese) - Winged lion
  • Pi yao (Chinese) - Horned, dragon-lion hybrid
  • Plakavac (Slavic) - Vampire created when a mother strangles her child
  • Pok-wejee-men (Abenaki) - Tree spirit
  • Polevik (Polish) - Little people and field spirits
  • Pollo Maligno (Colombian) - Man-eating chicken spirit
  • Polong (Malay) - Invisible servant spirit
  • Poltergeist (German) - Ghost that moves objects
  • Pombero (Guaraní) - Wild man and nature spirit
  • Ponaturi (Māori) - Grotesque, malevolent humanoid
  • Pontianak (Malay) - Undead, vampiric women who died in childbirth
  • Poukai (Māori) - Giant bird
  • Preta (Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain) - Ghosts of especially greedy people
  • Pricolici (Romanian) - Undead wolf
  • Psoglav (Serbia) - Dog-headed monster
  • Psotnik (Slavic) - Mischievous spirit
  • Psychai (Greek) - Butterfly-winged nymphs, daughters of Psyche
  • Pterippus (Greek) - Winged horse
  • Púca (Welsh) - Shapeshifting animal spirit
  • Púki (Icelandic) - malevolent little person
  • Puck (English) - House spirit
  • Putz (German) - house spirit
  • Pugot (Philippine) - Headless humanoid
  • Puk (Frisian) - house spirit
  • Pūķis (Latvian) - Malevolent house spirit
  • Puckwudgie (Native American mythology) - Troll-like being with gray skin.
  • Pygmy (Greek) - Little people
  • Pyrausta (Greek) - Insect-dragon hybrid
  • Python (Greek) - Serpentine dragon
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