Halloween tradition has been connected with strange creatures, scary monsters, and eerie places. The Halloween festival is not a festival if it doesnt include the bat, birds, black cats, demons, goblins, ghosts, graveyards, Mummies, haunted houses, skeletons, spiders, werewolves, vampires, Witches, and Zombies.
The creepy monsters are spooky, mysterious, and freakish. Most of these monsters infuse the real fear in barbaric towns, and they are included in a Halloween tradition as the folklore saying that these monsters have the supreme power to freak out the people easily.
The Gargoyles are a freaky and scary monster that projects from Cathedrals, and globally people perform a function. These Gargoyles integrated into the earlier 13th-century gothic stonework to push the rainwater from the cathedral roofs, and the mouth of the gargoyles served as the discharge spout. More religiously, gargoyles must protect the worshippers from the ubiquitous evil forces waiting outside.
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Goblins are also popular in fairy tales. The goblins are small and fuzzy, and they are mischievous monsters. The fairy tale tells that the goblins use to hideout in the forests, and they use to pull pranks on humans, and sometimes they swap human babies with their own spawn. These creatures are not associated with any kind of religion, and they never crossed the verge from the unreal to cause any panic in gothic towns.
The Werewolf is another creepy and rhetorical beast creature that lurked Old English. If you go back to 1000 years, the word werewolf never found anywhere, and it was not in much use in the earlier days. Except some of the Scottish people know about it, but now, the modern folklore research recharged the term again. It is a term derived from the Old English word for man, and it is vaguely connected to the Latin word Vir means man. A Werewolf is a human turn into a wolf under some circumstances.