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Is Yuki-onna the Most Terrifying Snow Monster?

Yuki-Onna, the icy snow maiden of Japanese lore, might steal your heart, or your life. This harsh winter monster is beautiful and dangerous, the incarnation of winter storms - as beautiful and pale as the falling snow. She may have black or white hair, but it is always very long. Her thin, tall body can appear naked but more often it is wrapped in a blindingly white kimono.

Is Yuki-onna the Most Terrifying Snow Monster?

9m 32s

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    Is This North American Sea Serpent Real or a Hoax?

    S6 E4 - 11m 15s

    Many say that the waters of America’s Northern coasts are home to an elusive sea serpent of legend. Named Caddy! Or Cadborosaurus, for long. Sightings and testimonials go back generations. Who is Caddy? And why are serpentine water creatures among humanity’s most prevalent monsters?

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    A Giant Monster With a Giant Problem

    S6 E3 - 9m 6s

    In this episode, we explore the legacy of the monumental 1933 film, King Kong, its groundbreaking special effects, and the complex racial and colonial undertones that continue to shape our understanding of this timeless classic.

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