United States of America - Adzeekh, Kwakiytl, Yee Naaldlooshi
Adzeekh: I have seen several versions of this creature, but most agree on these points. The Kitimat Indians believe that the soul of a deceased person can be unwilling to go to the Land of the Dead. The Adzeekh lingers around the place where it used to live biting those nearby, and is dangerous because it can drag other souls along with him.
Kwakiytl: Seen mentioned in many locations, but research has failed to give me a basic description as of yet. Requires further research.
Yee Naaldlooshi: Legends of the Hopi Indians, speak of this vampiric shape shifter. To my understanding means 'Skinwalkers'. Requires further research.
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