Tag Archives: mexican vampire

Chorti

The Chorti is a friendly, yet vicious vampire of Mexico and Guatemala. It’s said that the Chorti are wild men who live throughout the wildnerness in remote places, such as deep in the forests, in caves and jungles. The Chorti vampires are large and hairy. They have their feet on backwards so that the feet […]

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Civatateo

The Civatateo is a Mexican vampire witch who once attended Sabbaths at crossroads. The creature was bound to Tezcatlipoca and Tlazolteotl, Aztec Gods.  They were believed to attack young children, mate with human men, and give birth to children born as vampires. The belief is that the Civatateo was a noblewoman who died during childbirth. […]

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Tlaciques

The Tlaciques is a vampire of the Nahuatl Indians from Mexico. This vampire is considered a vampire witch that can turn into a ball of flame or a turkey. In these forms, the vampire can feed unnoticed.

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Civatateo

The Civatateo is a vampire witch from Aztec mythology. Civatateos were servants of the Aztec moon deities – Tezcatlipoca and Tlazolteotl. It was said that they were noblewomen who died during childbirth.  She appeared shrivelled and pale; her armed and hands were covered with ticit (a type of white chalk), and she wore a tattered dress decorated with crossbones. […]

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Tlahuelpuchi

The Tlahuelpocmimi is a vampiric witch from Mexico. They generally appear normal, but they can shapeshift into different forms, but not matter what form the vampire is in, the glowing aura will give it away. These vampires are born with the curse of being a vampire and cannot avoid it. They learn of their condition […]

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