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Who said creatures can't exist after they've already perished?


Frankenstein


Frankenstein
-a nameless fictional monster
in Mary Shelley's novel
Frankenstein (The Modern Prometheus)




Ghost
-said to be an apparition
of a dead person









Ghost

Mummy


Mummy
- a corpse preserved for hundred
of years believed to be cursed.and is Egyptian
A popular undead creature.


- a ghost that manifests
itself by moving objects.

Poltergeist

Vampire




Vampire
- a mythological or folkloric revenants,
who rambles at night and lives
by feeding on animal and
human blood.









- a reanimated corpse.
Dead raised from the
grave by a powerful
evil force.







Zombie






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Chris1195 Zombies 0 Jan 12 2014, 7:02 PM EST by Chris1195
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Love the zombie picture.
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Anonymous FORGET THAT VAMPIRE 7 Jan 1 2014, 6:00 PM EST by Lesionia
 
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WHERE THE HECK IS THE CULLENS???? THEY COULD TAKE THAT PIECE OF CRAP WANNA BE SORRY EXCUSE FOR A VAMPIRE ANY DAY . !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Anonymous and werewolves 2 Dec 29 2013, 10:25 AM EST by MalkavianBat
 
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