Meshe Adam (Azerbaijani: Meşə Adam), sometimes known as Ağac Kişi (literally tree man or forest man) is according to Azerbaijani and Karachay mythology is spirit, who lives in mountainous forests. It often represented in the form of hairy creatures of both sexes, having an intermediate between ape and a human face with a sharp odor. It was believed that during search of food, Meshe Adam goes under cover of to the gardens and orchards during night time, while putting on a discarded human clothes. According to some researchers, the image Meshe Adam is a variant of the legend of the snowman.
Gulyabani (Azerbaijani: Qulyabani)(Persian:Ghoul-e-biabani :Monster of desert )is evil spirit, who lives in desert and cemeteries. According to Azerbaijani and Turkish researchers, Gulyabani's main occupation was scaring night travellers, while he had features of a werewolf at night. He was also loves riding horses, while mixing horses mane. According to the legend, Gulyabani will work for humans, if person can penetrate with needle his collar. But at the same time he will serve all the orders of master as vice versa. In the western regions of Azerbaijan, Gulyabani often identified as malicious spirit of water Ardov.