Welcome to the Monster Encyclopedia of Monsters
Monstropedia is a blog dedicated to discussing some of the world’s most famous and controversial myths and (urban) legends. We’ve been around since 2012 and have one of the most complete monster database on the web.
In the past, we have organized three Monster Watch Hunts (MWH). For the newcomers, Monster Watch Hunts are trips to legendary spots and rumored dwellings of the beasts we describe here. Anyone can sign up for these hunts, though we try to limit each group to 15-20 people. MWHs typically happen in the summer and can last anywhere from 3-7 days.
Our encyclopedia operates on both research, as well as contributions from readers. Sightings, rumors and theories are more than welcome! Let’s catch some monsters!
With recent events happening in Boston and increasing reports of unexplainable incidents, the Monster Encyclopedia of Monsters (M&M) is open to people seeking out information and wishing to share their own experiences. Identities will be preserved, as the M&M transmutes into an online sounding board for those looking to connect. If you have an ask or submission for the blog, please send it here. I get to all of them in time.
As usual, stay safe and stock up on water and Nutella.