In the Lone Star State, there are a number of urban legends and creatures. And while the state of Texas has its own Bigfoot legends, it is their ghost stories that stand out. From La Llorona to the White Lady of Rio Frio, there are plenty of ghosts that seem to haunt the state of Texas.
Then there are the Native American people who have their own spirits, creatures, and monsters. And because of the many ghosts of the state and the Native American legends, it seems only fitting that the Kachina represents the state. Considered a ghost himself, the Kachina is a Native spirit of the Pueblo people.
Located in West Texas, these spirits can represent so many different things, including people who have died and even natural things like the sun.
Unlike your typical monster, the Kachina is very respectful and as long as you treat the Kachina right and with respect, they will protect the living from harm. And in this case that could mean harm from other ghosts or mythical creatures.
While there is no real monster to represent Texas, it felt fitting to have a spirit representing the state considering all of the ghost stories and legends that make up the legacy of the Lone Star. Forget monsters, sometimes you need a spirit guardian to represent you right.