Tsulkalu

Cannibal Giant of the southeastern United States.

Etymology: From the Cherokee (iroquoian) Tsunil'kalu', "slant-eyed people."

Physical description: Said to be twice as big as humans.

Distribution: North Carolina; Georgia.

Significant sighting: Visited the Cherokee before the eighteenth century from a western region.

Source: James Mooney, "Myths of the Cherokee," Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 19 (1900): 3-575.

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