The Monkey-Man of Delhi is said to be a tall, gorilla-like creature that bites, scratches, and chases people.

According to the Hindustan Times, in 2001, dozens of people in Delhi, India, reported that they were being terrorized by a tall ape-like figure who supposedly bit or scratched them before disappearing.

It’s said that three people died due to encounters with the mysterious Monkey-Man of Delhi – including a pregnant woman who was chased by the creature and died falling down a staircase, and two men who jumped from balconies, according to TIME.

Reports of the creature became less common following the alleged attacks in 2001, but the mystery surrounding the cryptid still keeps people talking today.

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