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Be it Halloween or not, we are always set to enjoy some spine-chilling horror tales. Who does not like horror stories? You must be scared of them, but may not actually dislike them. But, when the horror stories have our favourite monsters, we are definitely interested. Isn’t it? Keep reading to find out more about kids’ monsters.

Good and Bad Monsters

Bad Monster

Bad Monster

Good Monster

Good Monster

Did you yet meet the kid's monsters of your favourite horror stories? If not, then keep following this. All monsters aren’t that bad. Some are as good as candies, as soft as jelly, while others are scary as the headless clown who steals the heads of bad children. Woo! Spooky! 

But worry not, you are a good child, and do you know what good children are gifted? Our Boobly Boop, the dwarf monster, gifts them with a lot of shining beans which you can beam among your friends, so earn a lot of shining beans from the Boobly Boop and be his favourite child.

Meet and Greet the Kids Monsters

Hi My little friend!

Hop on the train and let's go to the monster island! We are finally going to meet the kid's monsters there. How many monsters do you want to meet? 1..2? Nah! We are going to meet 115 monsters! You heard it correctly. Let us not waste much time, it is 12:01 midnight on your watch and now we head into the monster's land. On landing there, be sure to say “Hello!” to the monsters. So, here we come. The 115 monsters are as follows:

  • Abominable Snowman

  • Alien (Xenomorph)

  • Audrey II

  • Automatons

  • Bane

  • Basilisk

  • Beelzebub (The Devil)

  • Beetlejuice (Betelgeuse)

  • Bigfoot

  • Body Snatcher

  • Boogeyman

  • The Blob

  • Centaur

  • Champ (Lake Champlain Monster)

  • Chimaera

  • Chuckie

  • Chupacabra

  • Clover

  • Creature from the Black Lagoon

  • Creepers (from Minecraft)

  • The Critters

  • The Crypt Keeper

  • Cyclops

  • Damien (“The Omen”)

  • Demon Possession in “The Exorcist”

  • Dracula

  • Dragons

  • Drakon

  • The Elephant Man

  • Elmo

  • The Fly (Brundlefly)

  • Flying Spaghetti Monster

  • Frankenstein

  • Freddy Kruger

  • Gargoyle

  • Ghosts

  • Ghoulies

  • Gnomes

  • Goblins

  • Godzilla

  • The Graboids

  • Gremlin

  • Griffin (Gryphon)

  • The Grinch

  • Grover

  • Gurumapa

  • HAL 9000

  • Headless Horseman

  • Hobgoblin

  • Hornswagger

  • Hunchback

  • Hydra

  • Incubus

  • It

  • Jason (“Friday the 13th”)

  • Jaws

  • Jersey Devil

  • King Kong

  • The Kraken

  • Lākhey

  • Leatherface

  • Leprechaun

  • Leviathan

  • Loch Ness Monster

  • Malificient

  • Manfred, Mookie and Mojo (“The Monstore”)

  • Martians

  • Medusa

  • Mike Myers

  • Mike Wazowski

  • Minotaur

  • The Mummy

  • Mr. Hyde

  • The Night Wump

  • Ogopogo

  • Oscar the Grouch

  • The Pale Green Pants (with nobody inside them!)

  • The Penguin

  • Phantom of the Opera

  • Phoenix

  • Pinhead

  • Poltergeists

  • Pumpkinhead

  • Red-Hot-Smoke-Belching Gruncher

  • Sandworm

  • Sasquatch

  • She-Wolf

  • Sigmund the Sea Monster

  • Sirens

  • The Sith

  • Skeletor

  • The Sleestaks

  • Slender Man

  • Snozzwanger

  • Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man

  • Succubus

  • Sulley

  • Swamp Thing

  • Talos

  • Tar Man

  • The Terminator

  • Terrible Bloodsuckling Toothpluckling Stonechuckling Spittler

  • The Thing

  • Trolls

  • Typhon

  • Vampires

  • Vermicious Knid

  • Voldemort

  • Werewolf

  • Whangdoodle

  • Wild Things (“Where the Wild Things Are”)

  • Wicked Witch of the West

  • Wolfman

  • Yeti

  • Zombies


Bid Adieu to the Monsters – Conclusion

So which one was your favourite? Well, my favourite is the Phoenix because this bright bird magically rises from its ashes. Isn’t that wonderful? This was fun knowing the names of so many monsters. We hope you enjoyed the tour to monster land. If you want to read interesting stories on animals or monsters, pay a visit to us on our website and check out the huge collection of stories we have crafted for you. 

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FAQs on Kids’ Monsters

1. Who is a pumpkin head monster?

This is a revenge demon who is in the pumpkinhead series. The pumpkin head character is represented as a supernatural blended form of a human being who takes brutal revenge. Pumpkinhead is based on a boy named Justin Ed.

2. Which is the most famous monster? 

Big Foot is the most famous monster. Pizza and Monster Truck names are given after this famous monster Big Foot. He is known for his left behind large footprints.

3. What did Voldemort want? 

Voldemort wanted to regain his power and destroy Harry Potter.