32. The Draug of Norwegian folklore. Norway is a country that has a giant coastline, with cold seas and plenty of storms, so naturally one of our creepiest pieces of folklore would be based around it.
The Draug is the spirit of a sailor taken by storms. Their ships were shattered, and their bodies pulled beneath the waves, never to set foot on land again. Now they sail within the storm in their broken boats, bodies cold and bloated, covered in seaweed and barnacles. If you find your vessel trapped in a terrible storm you might see one, and if you do you will never set foot on land again. The Draug will come out of the storm, grab hold of you, and drag you into your watery grave.
33. Dullahan are basically a mix of Grim Reaper and The headless Horsemen. They go around in carriages made of skin with wheel made of bone. Whenever they stop, somebody dies. They come from Celtic folklore I believe.