The following is a list of monsters in the video game series Silent Hill. A video game is a Game that involves interaction with a User interface to generate visual feedback on a video device. is a Survival horror Video game franchise developed and published by Konami.
Silent Hill (1999)
- Air Screamer - Pterodactyl-like creatures that fly close to the ground surface and travel around in packs. For other meanings see Pterodactyl (disambiguation. Pterosaurs (ˈtɛrəsɔr from the Greek πτερόσαυρος pterosauros They tend to linger around areas with garbage. The Air Screamers were inspired by memories of an illustration found in one of Alessa's favorite books, The Lost World. The Lost World is a novel released in 1912 by Arthur Conan Doyle concerning an expedition to a Plateau in South America where prehistoric 
- Night Flutter - The creature that Air Screamers transform into when the world shifts to The Otherside. They have the head and wings of a pterodactyl, although their faces are covered in masses of writhing worms; rather than pterodactyl bodies, though, they have the bodies of human men. They are sensitive to Harry's flashlight. 
- Grey Children - Knife-wielding, faceless children-like monsters. They were censored in the PAL version of the game due to their child-like appearance and were replaced by Mumblers. PAL, short for Phase Alternating Line, is a colour -encoding system used in Broadcast television systems in large parts of the world Near the end of the game, they can still be seen as a transparent silhouette similar to the Larval Stalkers (see below). They represent Alessa's fear/hatred of children who bullied her in school.
- Mumbler - Humanoid creatures that loosely resembles a headless teddy bear with giant claws. The teddy bear is a stuffed Toy Bear. It is an enduring traditional form of a Stuffed animal, often serving the purpose of comforting children Although their attacks are quite powerful, they tend to move rather slowly. The Mumblers are only present in the latter part of the US version, whilst completely replacing the Grey Children in the school area in the PAL version. They represent small menacing demons and animals from various fairy tales. 
- Larval Stalker - Partially visible ghost-like entities. Most are harmless. They cause the radio to emit white noise and laugh before disappearing. White noise is a random signal (or process with a flat Power spectral density. They cannot be killed, although they will stumble and vanish once the flashlight beam is directed at them. Their laughter provokes memories Alessa had of being teased during school. 
- Groaner - Demonic dogs with deteriorating flesh. Appearing commonly in outdoor locations, they are fast, nimble, and attack in packs. They are also sensitive to sound and will react to the source. This creature symbolically represents Alessa's fear of dogs. Cynophobia is the clinical name for an abnormal Fear of dogs i 
- Wormhead - The creature that Groaners transform into following a shift to the Otherside. Their bodies are more deteriorated and appear to be partially burnt, and their heads are covered in writhing masses of worms. 
- Puppet Nurse - Monstrous nurses wearing old-fashioned uniforms. The Nurses are Fictional Monsters in the Konami's survival horror video game series Silent Hill. Large, slug-like parasites grow out of their backs, causing the nurses to hunch forward when they walk. Their speed and strength differ depending on their hair and dress style. 
- Puppet Doctor - Monstrous doctors possessed by the same unspecified parasite in the Puppet Nurses, causing them to also have a hunchbacked appearance. The Doctors also attack using scalpels. To date, these are the only male medical staff to appear as enemies in the Silent Hill franchise; in games 2-5 and Origins, all hospital based enemies have been female, reflecting James' sexual frustration, Heather's buried memories, Walter's birth anxieties, and Travis' sexual anxiety, respectively. It is unknown at this time what, if anything, they represent in Silent Hill 5. 
- Romper - Featureless, humanoid creatures that appear to be either skinless or burned. Their gorilla-like movements render them very fast, and they attack with a body blow by pouncing and tackling their prey to the ground. Gorillas, the largest of the living Primates are ground-dwelling Herbivores that inhabit the Forests of Africa. Rompers are more prevalent in the otherworld and around the Police Station. They are a manifestation of Alessa's fear of adults. 
- Creeper - Giant insect-like creatures that lurk inside the school, hospital, and sewers. They move very quickly, react highly to light, and can easily be killed using melee weaponry. However, if they attack in a group of two or three, they can be too quick to target and may cause significant damage. Creepers are a manifestation of Alessa's aversion to insects. 
- Hanged Scratcher - A humanoid praying mantis-like creature found exclusively in the sewers. The Insect order Mantodea or mantises consists of approximately 2000 species worldwide in Temperate and Tropical habitats of They use their hooked claws as weapons and usually ambush in numbers, making them somewhat difficult to kill. Their name comes from the fact that they hang from the sewer pipes above Harry's head by their long claws and then drop down to scratch him. They are a manifestation of an image that is a mixture of various insect species. 
- Split Head - The boss fought in the basement of the Otherworld Midwich Elementary school. A giant dragon-like lizard whose head is split vertically down the middle, it is manifested from a fairy tale Alessa heard/read as a child; Harry recalls reading the same story himself as a child. This monster's bite is a one-hit kill.
- Bloodsucker - A creature resembling three leeches fused together at the base, which writhes like octopus tentacles. Leeches are Annelids comprising the Subclass Hirudinea. There are freshwater terrestrial and marine leeches Harry encounters it in the Alchemilla Hospital, guarding a plate he needs to use as a key; it lays docile on the floor, sucking up a puddle of blood, only becoming aggressive once Harry approaches it. A second Bloodsucker is encountered later in the game inside a fridge in the area called 'Nowhere'. Unlike the other boss monsters in the game, Harry cannot kill the Bloodsucker; he only needs to distract it long enough to retrieve the plate. The Bloodsucker is an incarnation of Alessa's aversion towards worms and snakes. 
- Twinfeeler - Boss fought in Silent Hill Central shopping mall. A giant larva, which resembles a centipede, that burrows into the earth and them emerges spitting some sort of poisonous gas/venom. A larva ( Latin; plural larvae) is a juvenile form of Animal with indirect development, undergoing Metamorphosis (for example Centipedes (from Latin prefix centi-, "hundred" and Greek ποδός podos, " Foot " are After Harry deals enough damage to it, it flees from him and ventures into the city. It is a manifestation of the insect specimens in Alessa's room. 
- Floatstinger - Boss fought on the rooftops of Koontz Street. It is the adult form of the Twinfeeler, and appears as a giant, demonic moth. It attacks with a large stinger on its thorax and by spewing poisonous gas. Like the Twinfeeler before it, the Floatstinger is a manifestation of one of the insect specimens in Alessa's room. 
- Puppet Cybil Bennett - A demon-possessed police officer. For further information, see List of Silent Hill characters.
- The God - The God worshiped by The Order. For further information, see Divine Creatures in Silent Hill. The following is a list of monsters in the Video game series Silent Hill. Depending on what ending the player gets, the God will take on a different form:
- Incubator/Mother of God - The merging of the physical and spiritual Alessa. If Dahlia is allowed to perform the ritual without interruption, Alessa is replaced by a floating female figure that radiates with intense light. Manifestation of how Alessa believed the God would appear; fought in the "Bad" Endings.
- Incubus/Samael - A hideous, shrieking demon that takes the place of the Incubator if the player rescues Kaufmann. The creature is the incarnation of the mental image Dahlia had for the God.  Its image is based on Baphomet. Baphomet is a name of unestablished origin It first appeared in trial transcripts during the Inquisition of the Knights Templar in the early 1300s Fought in the "Good" Endings.
Silent Hill 2 (2001)
- Lying Figure
A cornered Lying Figure
Skulking, humanoid creatures trapped in what appears to be straitjackets made from their own flesh. A straitjacket is a Garment shaped like a Jacket with overlong Sleeves The ends of these can be tied to the back of the wearer so that the arms are kept They attack by spewing a spray of acidic mist from an opening in their chest. They are slow whilst standing upright, but when knocked down they stay in a lying position and move by skittering very quickly along the ground. The Lying Figure symbolizes a hospital and/or mental patient squirming in agony, and are also a manifestation of James Sunderland's internal suffering.  The creature has been nicknamed Straight-Jacket prior to the release of The Book of Lost Memories which confirmed the official name. However, it should not be confused with the monster under the same name in Silent Hill: Origins which shares many similarities, but the latter has some significant changes. 1 Don't take information as written verbatim from a copyrighted source
An approaching Mannequin
Headless, armless living sewing dummies which bear a resemblance to French artist Hans Bellmer's Dolls. Hans Bellmer ( 13 March[[ 902]] Katowice, Silesia, &ndash 23 February 1975 Paris, France) was an artist best A doll is an object that represents a baby or other human being but includes likenesses of animals and imaginary creatures These monsters consist of a feminine human torso and legs, upon which rest two more legs standing upright. The top pair of legs are used for striking while the bottom pair are used for walking. The creatures react highly to light and tend to stand still in plain sight. However, once the player approaches about three to five feet away they spring to life and start to attack. The Mannequin is a manifestation of James' natural urges and inclinations which, accordingly, the game features a sequence depicting a Pyramid Head raping two of them. Rape, also referred to as Sexual assault, is an Assault by a person involving Sexual intercourse with or Sexual penetration of another person  Although they are not overly strong creatures, they have the advantage of stealth, as the radio will not emit any static to warn the player of their presence until the mannequin moves. They are commonly found in the apartment buildings and the Hotel.
- Bubble Head Nurse
Two Bubble Head Nurses armed with lead pipes
Well endowed, zombie-like nurses wearing low-cut outfits. zombie is a reanimated human corpse Stories of zombies originated in the Afro-Caribbean spiritual belief system of Vodou, which told of the people being controlled Their heads are grotesquely swollen and face backwards, convulsing violently. The nurses are quicker on their feet than most of the other monsters and wield pipes that can deal heavy damage. The Bubble Head Nurse is manifested from James' memories of Mary's hospitalization, and their attire and shapely bodies are yet another manifestation of James' sexual frustration. 
Apelike creatures with massive, tube-like arms. They swing from the underside of suspended metal catwalks, attacking James as he passes overhead. Their design is quite similar to the Closers found later in Silent Hill 3. Silent Hill 3 is the third installment in the Silent Hill Survival horror series. The creature is a representation of feeling overwhelming, inexplicable anguish and, for this reason, the Mandarins are not allowed to stand above ground. 
Insect-like creatures that resemble large cockroaches. They attack by nipping at James' feet and then quickly running away. Since they also appeared in the first Silent Hill, the player can assume that they are merely a manifestation of the town and not of James' mind. 
An unseen monster found within one of the cells in the prison. It has a deep, powerful voice and continuously pounds on the iron door of the prison cell, saying "ritual" (or possibly a reversed clip of the phrase "are you sure"). Despite the fact that it cannot be seen by the player, James can ready a weapon, attack, and even kill the creature using a firearm. 
Small but hulking creatures which take the form of a walking bed, on top of which are two writhing figures. The creature only manifests after James' fights a larger version of it (see "Abstract Daddy (Angela Papa)" below). These smaller versions of the Abstract Daddy manifest in the Hotel, due to Angela's presence. Some fans have interpreted the creature as a walking door dubbing it the Doorman prior to the publication of Lost Memories which confirmed the official name.
This lumbering, monstrous creature takes on the appearance of an executioner from the town's past, wielding an impossibly large blade known as the Great Knife and on other occasions a spear. Pyramid Head is the nickname of a fictional monster from the Silent Hill Video game series primarily the game Silent Hill It's depicted wearing a blood stained, triangular metal helmet. He relentlessly stalks both James and Maria and is the incarnation of the part from James' consciousness that believes he deserves punishment for murdering his wife and his repressed sexual urges.  The creature is officially known as the Red Pyramid Thing according to the creator's commentary found in The Book of Lost Memories. However, the name can also be interpreted as 'Pyramid Head' which also was used in dialogue by the game's protagonist, James Sunderland. The latter name was widely used since the Silent Hill 2's release in 2001, two years prior to the publication of Lost Memories, and has since been confirmed as also another official title for the creature. For further information, please see the featured article. Pyramid Head is the nickname of a fictional monster from the Silent Hill Video game series primarily the game Silent Hill
Lattice-based monster that is suspended from the ceiling within a metal frame (much like a cage) and attacks by strangling the player with its legs. James encountered these monsters when Laura locks him inside the room in Brookhaven Hospital. Also called "Lustful Lips" in production documents (indicating vaginal imagery), with the lattice representing a bed and the monsters themselves representing Mary. The vagina (from Latin, literally " Sheath " or " Scabbard " is a fibromuscular tubular tract leading from the Uterus 
Two writhing, reclining figures on a walking bed-like form and a symbol of Angela's past.  It has four legs which are used to approach a victim. The creature lifts its body and reveals a "mouth" that is used to attack. One of the only monsters in the game which does not originate in James' mind, it is a manifestation of Angela Orosco's sexually abusive father and the guilt she felt over falling prey to him. The original concept was the 'Ideal Father'. 
An overweight, mentally unstable young man who succumbs to the horrors of Silent Hill and tries to kill James. For a full character biography, see List of Silent Hill characters.
The identity of the final boss is dependent on which ending the player has achieved by the end of the game, though the monster's actual appearance is identical in either scenario. Her design is quite similar to "Flesh Lips" in which both share the concept of a figure being encased by the same metal framework, but she is portrayed upside down (in the same way Maria was displayed to James during her execution by the two Pyramid Heads). She appears to also loosely resemble the Mannequin and Bubble-Head Nurse as well. While hanging in the air, her primary attack is a vine-like tentacle which emerges from the back of her head. She also unleashes a swarm of moths, which deal very little damage but delay James from moving temporarily. This being is the embodiment of James' conflicted emotions toward his wife Mary during her final days.  For further information, see List of Silent Hill characters.
Silent Hill 3 (2003)
- Numb Body - A relatively featureless, bipedal creature that appears in various sizes. They make moaning sounds similar to an infant's cries, especially after being struck down. The creature was given its name due to its slow, awkward movements and its body appears pale as if frozen. 
- Double Head - Dogs that have their heads split vertically in half. They usually appear in groups and quickly attack Heather upon sight. The Double Heads are attracted to beef jerky, bloody carcasses found in some areas, and loud noises. They are "bandaged" in bloody strips of flesh. According to The Making of Silent Hill 3 DVD, their split skulls are meant to evoke Cerberus and to indicate the player is entering a nightmarish world. In Greek mythology, Cerberus or Kerberos ( Greek Κέρβερος Kérberos) the ker or Daimon of  Their appearance is influenced by the image of Alessa after she was incapacitated by the fire. 
- Pendulum - A monster consisting of two conjoined torsos on each end and a metallic waist which allows it to spin. It has a blade attached to each of the heads and walks around on its stilt-like legs. They can also rotate in midair, without the use of wings, making a noisy screeching sound of grinding metal. The Pendulum was named based on its movements and attack methods while the upper half of its body rotates. 
- Insane Cancer - Enormous, obese humanoids with great strength. The name is derived from its outward appearance being suggestive of a cancerous mass.  Although they usually move slowly, shifting their weight back and forth, they will sometimes run towards Heather and knock her down. They are usually found lying down or sleeping, and whilst doing this, they regenerate their health. They will "deflate" after dying.
- Closer - Lumbering, extremely large-armed creature that attacks using concealed blades that extend out of each end of their arms. The lower portion of the body looks more like a female with a mini skirt, with what appears to be high heels for feet. In the second half of the game, the Closers become significantly more dangerous and if the player gets too close in an attempt to attack them, they will defend themselves by swinging their arms slowly, knocking Heather back. The sound they make is a synthesized rhinoceros roar.  It has the appearance of a Mandarin from the previous installment that has risen above the ground and was named for its ability to block a passage using its body. 
- Slurper - Humanoid/anteater-like creatures that crawl along the ground with great speed. Anteaters are the four Mammal species of the suborder Vermilingua commonly known for eating Ants and Termites Together with the Sloths Their face is long and pointed, with teeth at the end of the snout. Loud noises tend to attract their attention. It often plays dead in an attempt to lure in the player and tries to pin down its prey. The Slurper was named after its habit of noisily consuming rust-colored blood and bits of flesh that stick to the floor with its bill. 
- Nurse - Unlike the previous entries, the nurse-type creatures in Silent Hill 3 have a more "human"-like appearance- their faces are smeared with makeup and blood, as opposed to being grossly deformed. As well as being equipped with the standard pipe which most use to attack with, some also carry revolver handguns. It appears as though they have either coughed up blood or have been feeding on a bloody carcass, as blood is visibly splattered all around their mouths. The exact bloodstain is in the shape of a rectangle, although it is unknown whether this is intentional or merely laziness on the game developer's part- the Nurses are hunched over most of the time, only showing brief flashes of their faces when they attack. They make heavy panting noises and when injured, they utter bloodcurdling screams. If the perfume is equipped while in the hospital, then they will attack in much greater numbers. The Nurses are only found within the hospital area and the creators have stated that the nurses roaming the halls may have changed into monsters, but they have indicated that the details remain unclear. 
- Scraper - A humanoid creature that wields two large, rusty blades. Its head looks like many layers of flesh stitched together and quivers rapidly. Scrapers are a minor variation of the Missionary boss, but moves with greater speed. It is named after its habit of endlessly scraping together the two sharped-edged weapons it holds. 
- Split Worm - Boss fought beneath the shopping mall. A gigantic, vile worm that is covered with a protective outer layer. The outer skin splits vertically to reveal a fleshy head without any visible eyes or nostrils. The creature's design was based on the Split Head that appeared in the first Silent Hill. 
- Glutton - Boss "fought" in the abandoned office building. An enormous monster that is suspended from a cylindrical frame and is invulnerable to any weapons used against it. Although the "monster" appears in a picture booklet during the game, its form was manifested by the otherworld's power. Unlike the game's other bosses, he is defeated simply by finding and reciting an incantation
- Missionary - Boss fought on the roof of Heather's apartment. A member of The Order, sent by Claudia Wolf to kill Harry Mason. A giant, hulking, humanoid monster wearing the Order's ceremonial robes (such as those seen on Pyramid Head). Carries a pair of bent spears with which he attacks Heather. 
- Leonard Wolf - Boss fought in the Brookhaven Hospital septic system. The father of Claudia Wolf. Like the missionary, he is not a human, appears as a giant, scale-covered, amphibious monster, representing either Claudia's hatred or Heather's fear.  For further information, please see List of Silent Hill characters.
- Memory of Alessa -Boss fought at the Lakeside Amusement Park. Manifestation of the burnt-up Alessa Gillespie. It attempts to kill the player by using a large variety of weaponry, such as the sub-machine gun and knife. The creature is Alessa's "other mind" that was separated seventeen years ago during the events of the first installment; a memory that still clings to Silent Hill. She is seen another time in the game. In Brookhaven hospital during The Otherword session, the player can enter a storeroom with a large mirror and a table. If the player stays in for too long, the door locks, Heather's reflection slowly transforms into Alessa and stops moving, at which point the door will unlock and the player can leave before the room drains Heather's health.
- The God - Boss fought at The Order's Church. A deity that's capable of manipulating fire. See also List of deities A deity is a Postulated Preternatural or Supernatural Being, who is always The lower portion of the its body is in an immature state due to its recent birth. As a result from being born from Claudia's womb, it takes on the form of Alessa, her vision of the God she believed in. 
- Valtiel - A creature that appears in numerous locations, but never makes any attempt to harm Heather. Valtiel is a Fictional Monster in the Konami's survival horror video game Silent Hill 3, as well as a governing angel Its name was derived from "valet" and, as the God's servant, Valtiel must observe Heather to ensure the birth of God.  He is also a symbol for the otherworld and is a creature intended by artist Masahiro Ito to connect with the two previous releases.  If Heather should die during the course of the game, Valtiel must take measures to resurrect the Mother of God.  He is often depicted as turning a valve which represents the cycle of rebirth.  It is stated in The Book of Lost Memories that the clothed covered, body-like figures common in Silent Hill are actually bodies wearing a ceremonial robe modeled from the appearance of an angel for the town's occult religion, particularly Valtiel.  In relation to Silent Hill 2, if the helmet of Pyramid Head were to be removed the designs between the two are surprisingly similar as the executioner's attire was also modeled after Valtiel.  For further information please see Divine Creatures in Silent Hill and the featured article. The following is a list of monsters in the Video game series Silent Hill. Valtiel is a Fictional Monster in the Konami's survival horror video game Silent Hill 3, as well as a governing angel
Silent Hill 4 (2004)
- Sniffer Dogs - Dog-type creatures that have long, prehensile tongues that they use to drain the blood of their prey. They have dirty, leathery yellow skin which appears to be decaying and, strangely, make snarling sounds which resemble that of a large feline rather than a canine. The male Sniffer Dogs attack by charging up and lunging towards Henry Townshend's torso. Henry Townshend is the main Protagonist of the video game Silent Hill 4 The Room by Konami. Female Sniffer Dogs, which have a slight purple-pink tinge to their skin, are more intelligent and tend to detect Henry's presence more quickly.  The females are capable of grabbing onto the leg and pinning the player down while others of its companions attack him. The Sniffer Dogs often appear in groups and are usually witnessed feeding on other deceased monster carcasses. Their canine form is a reference to young Walter's fear of dogs after he visited a pet shop during his childhood and was nearly bitten by one. Walter Sullivan may refer to Walter Sullivan (Silent Hill, fictional character from the video game Silent Hill 4 The Room Walter Francis Cynophobia is the clinical name for an abnormal Fear of dogs i
- Twin Victims (Victim 07 + 08) - Walter Sullivan's seventh and eight victims were twins Billy and Miriam Locane. They are the only two of Walter's victims that have been reincarnated into the form of a monster instead of ghosts. It is speculated this was partly due to the fact that they were children and may be related to Walter feeling guilty for murdering two innocent children. The creature looks like a giant bust walking on a pair of rotted arms; the twins' bodies have been fused together, giving the bust two heads, which resemble the faces of a pair of sleeping infants. A bust is a sculpted or cast representation of the upper part of the human figure depicting a person's head and Neck, as well as a variable portion of They only attack Henry if he gets close; otherwise they merely stand stationary, pointing at him and whispering "receiver" over and over. Twin victims are absolutely brutal at mid-range, they are also particularly fast for such large bodies.
- Bottom - A rotting, upside down human torso which walks on its hands. It moves around and behaves much like the Twin Victims, but more dangerous. They will detect or "hop" up very quickly compared to the other enemies and also appear in groups on various occasions.
- Greedy Worm - An enormous, fleshy worm-like creature seen burrowing infinitely throughout Walter's various otherworlds, symbolically linking them together like an umbilical cord. Though the creature is not hostile, it cannot be killed. Its appearance could be influenced from Walter's hatred for being separated by the "magical cord" from this mother, although it holds great importance in his mind for representing his mental connection with his "mother", Room 302.
- Gum Head - A grotesque, decaying ape-like creature that appear in two variations known separately as "Old Type" and "New Type".  The 'Old Type' tends to wait for Henry to make a move before reacting. When approached too close, they fall onto all fours and leap at the player. The 'New Type' doesn't follow any exact attack method and will aggressively confront Henry at any opportune moment, but they do attempt to try and catch him off guard. Some can be found wielding golf clubs as weapons. It is interesting to note that the 'New Type' Gum Heads will sometimes steal melee weapons from the player when successfully hit. They represent Walter's view of men.
- Hummer - A small, odd creature that appears to be a bat with a humming bird's head. Hummingbirds are Birds in the family Trochilidae, and are endemic to the Americas.  It flies through the air making a loud buzzing sound and attacks by hovering over Henry's head before jabbing him with a sharp, needle-like beak. Hummers heavily rely on attacking in packs and will inflict great damage if left together. Later on during the second half of the game, Walter will attack these creatures for reasons unknown.
- Toadstool / Whitestool - Disfigured, "vegetable"-like fungi that grows together in tight groups. They come in two varieties: Toadstools, which are reddish-brown and bulge at the top, and Whitestools, which are appropriately white and consist of a single stalk. Both types are immobile, and can only damage Henry if he walks into them. Whitestools are found in damp places, and can be seen to slowly grow if left alone. Toadstools are slightly more damaging, and can be found growing in corpses: if the player kills a monster and returns to the body some time later, a Toadstool may be growing from it.
- Tremer - Leech-like creature that comes in various sizes and two colors; blue and red with the red ones being the slightly more damaging of the two. They crawl slowly along filthy floors, walls and roofs, and generally make no effort to attack Henry. However, if he walks on one or one falls from the ceiling above onto him, he will take damage. Curiously, he will take no damage if he intentionally stomps on one. Instead, they will burst upon impact from the attack or from being trod or stomped upon. As a child in the Water Prison, Walter was forced, by Andrew DeSalvo, to drink water with leeches in it. This is because Andrew overheard a conversation between members of the cult talking about the re-birth of God and this was his way of trying to help, thinking that the leeches would act as a 'fetus'.
- Wall Man - Humanoid monsters attached to the wall at the waist; they sink into the wall and are perfectly camouflaged until they attack. Camouflage is a method of cryptic or concealing coloration that allows an otherwise visible Organism They do so by swinging their powerful arms at their prey. A related monster, the One Truth, is one of the game's few boss fights.
- Wheelchair - An ordinary wheelchair that has a will of its own and, much like the Victims, cannot be killed. Henry also suffers a severe headache whenever he is near one, suggesting that the wheelchairs are possessed. In one room found within the Hospital World, the shadow of a figure sitting in what should be an empty wheelchair can be seen on the ground. However, once the player leaves and re-enters the area, the shadow suddenly disappears. 
- Patient - Abnormally tall, feminine creatures in hospital garb, resembling maternity patients or nurses. They are first encountered in the Hospital World and usually carry powerful close-range weapons which can deal heavy damage using a basic combo technique. Walter excessively disfigured their faces and removed their wombs and lungs. The Patients tend to appear together in groups, but some are alone on various occasions. They make odd belching sounds when they are hit or when pushed down a flight of stairs. They represent Walter's birth disturbances.
- Walter's Victims (Ghosts) - Victims of Walter Sullivan. Being ghosts, they are immortal and impossible for Henry to destroy. While the total number of possible Victims is 21, only 10 are fought by Henry Townshend through the game (excluding the Twin Victims, Walter Sullivan, Joseph Schreiber, and the Victim version of Henry as a part of the room 302's hauntings). Simply being near a Victim gives Henry a severe headache which gradually damages him. While conventional weapons will briefly disable a Victim, only the five Swords of Obedience are capable of permanently neutralizing them: a ghost pinned to the ground by a Sword loses its headache-inducing aura and is rendered immobile as long as the sword remains. Henry comes across six "standard" victims and four 'super' Victims (see below) that are noticeably more powerful and have unique abilities. For further information on SH4's Victims, see the article on Walter Sullivan. Walter Sullivan may refer to Walter Sullivan (Silent Hill, fictional character from the video game Silent Hill 4 The Room Walter Francis
Victims with no special powers or abilities; with the exception of Victim 4, who uses a small spade as a weapon, they attack Henry by reaching into his chest and squeezing his heart. A spade is a tool designed primarily for the purpose of digging or removing earth These are the victims encountered in-game:
- Victim 1 - The ghost of Jimmy Stone, Walter's first victim. A member of The Order, he founded a sect dedicated to the worship of Valtiel. Walter killed him by shooting him in the back of the head. 
- Victim 4- The ghost of Steve Garland, a pet shop owner; as a child, Walter was almost bitten by a dog in his store. Walter shot him to death with a submachine gun. A submachine gun (SMG is a Firearm that combines the automatic fire of a Machine gun with the cartridge of a Pistol, and is  The animals in Steve Garland's shop were also brutally slaughtered with a submachine gun, Also his shop was in terrible condition after Walter demolished it.
- Victim 10 - The ghost of Eric Walsh, a bartender whose establishment was located near Steve Garland's pet shop. The day that Steve Garland was murdered was Eric Walsh's birthday, and when he heard that the murderer had not yet been apprehended, he decided to go home and enjoy the rest of the day with his family. He arrived home to discover a birthday cake, and Walter, who shot him in the face. 
- Victim 12- The ghost of Peter Walls, a stoner who bought drugs from one of the priests of The Order. Walter beat him to death at South Ashfield Apartments. 
- Victim 13- The ghost of Sharon Blake, a housewife whose family joined The Order. Homemaker is a mainly American term which may refer either to the person within a family who is primarily concerned with the management of the household whether When she went to go rescue them, she discovered that they had all been killed; she was then ambushed by Walter, who drowned her in the woods outside of Wish House Orphanage. 
- Victim 14 - The ghost of Toby Archbolt, a member of The Order and priest of the Holy Mother sect. A known pedophile, he operated the Wish House Orphanage, funding it with money made by selling marijuana to teenagers, including Peter Walls. Cannabis, also known as marijuana or marihuana, or ganja (from Hindi / Sanskrit: गांजा gānjā hemp) is a Walter threw him off of a cliff. 
- Victim 16 (Cynthia Velasquez) - The ghost of Cynthia Velasquez, whom Henry first encounters in the Subway World. Walter stabs her to death. Her ghost form depicts her with long jet-black hair, which hides her entire face, and deathly pale skin. She has the ability to immobilize Henry by catching him in her hair. When she is knocked down, she emits a loud, piercing shriek and occasionally slithers away from the screen. This is the only ghost to stalk you throughout the entire game, unless pinned down.
- Victim 17 (Jasper Gein) - The ghost of Jasper Gein, whom Henry encounters in the Forest World. His body is severely charred and still burning from his death by immolation. He wields a bladed ceremonial chalice and has a very powerful ghost aura (compared to most other Victims). Jasper is also capable of quickly passing through walls.
- Victim 18 (Andrew DeSalvo) - The ghost of Andrew DeSalvo, found in the Water Prison. His corpse is severely bloated from his death by drowning. The numbers 18/21 are carved into his stomach. Like Victim 17, he too has a powerful ghost aura which is coupled with ramming and barrel roll attacks. He is the only Victim who is capable of a semblance of speech and he can be heard singing and talking to himself in a heavily distorted voice. He tends to hover where Henry cannot reach him. Victim 18 is the only ghost who must be pinned with a Sword of Obedience in order to complete the game.
- Victim 19 (Richard Braintree) - The ghost of Henry's deceased neighbor. Walter electrocutes him in an old-fashioned electric chair. Execution by electrocution (usually referred to after its method of implementation as the Electric Chair) is an execution method originating in the United States in which the Richard harnesses a pipe weapon. He attacks with tremendous speed and has the ability to teleport in flashes behind Henry. He is the only ghost that is found to walk rather than float. Richard is also charred and is "steaming" due to his death by electrocution.
- The One Truth - A larger, more powerful version of the Wall Man. Its attacks cause a great deal of damage. It has the ability to scale up and down walls. Instead of appearing from the walls, The One Truth appears to be suspended inside of a metal square, with its flesh stretched out and attached to each corner. The boss is fought along with several dummies of itself. In order for the player to win, Henry must find and defeat The One Truth, or the real creature, amongst the dummy Wall Men.
- Sacrificed Walter - Walter Sullivan's reanimated corpse, transforming as room 302 begins to become his "mother. " It appears as a giant, decayed, hairless corpse dangling from a series of hooks. Henry must collect the spears located in the room and stab them into the giant corpse, along with Walter's umbilical cord, in order to defeat it.
- Walter Sullivan - A sadistic serial killer come back to life as a ghost. Walter Sullivan may refer to Walter Sullivan (Silent Hill, fictional character from the video game Silent Hill 4 The Room Walter Francis He pursues Henry in the other worlds during the second half of the game. He is found, armed with a pistol (single or dual), a chainsaw, and a pipe. During the final battle, Walter's ghost teleports around the room , rendering him invulnerable to any attacks until Henry destroys his reanimated corpse (see above). For further information, see List of Silent Hill characters.
Silent Hill Origins (2007)
- Nurse - A faceless nurse creature that is first encountered by Travis in the Alchemilla Hospital. Their appearance is quite similar to those previously seen in the second and third installments, but they act more feminine-like, wield syringes, and look as though surgical masks have been melted to their faces. A surgical mask is intended to be worn by Health professionals during Surgery and at other times to catch the bacteria shed in liquid droplets and aerosols from The nurses are fairly slow, but can be overwhelming if not taken seriously. They are capable of using a grappling attack in which the nurses will attempt to stab Travis with either a syringe or scalpel. It is notable that in the Sanitarium the nurses are colored green, but that is the only difference.
- Straight-Jacket - A shambling creature that appears as if it is wrapped from head to waist in a straight jacket made of its own flesh. It uses the same model as the Lying Figure in Silent Hill 2, but a different texture. They often appear in "packs" and will charge Travis, encircling him and spewing gelatinous balls of some corrosive substance. If they get close to Travis, they will leap up and wrap their legs around his waist, trying to suffocate him; if Travis doesn't shake them off quickly enough, they will either kill him, or spew a ball of acid in his face. The Straight-Jackets in the Otherworld Theatre are covered in blood for reasons unknown.
- Carrion - Large creature that appears to be a skinned cow or bull, dragging its head and two front limbs along the ground. Although the creatures are quite slow and can be easily outrun, if given the opportunity they will launch at Travis with considerable strength and knock him off his feet with their head. Unlike the straight-jacket and the nurse, they do not use grappling moves. After leaving Artaud Theatre, their sizes vary, sometimes being much larger than the player. It seems to symbolize all of the roadkill that the animal-loving Travis has seen over his time as a trucker-- upon finding a series of taxidermied animal heads late in the game, Travis states that "this kind of thing makes me feel bad. RoadKill is a Video game of the action genre released in 2003 by Midway Games. Taxidermy ( Greek for "skin arrangement" is the art of mounting or reproducing Animals for display (e "
- Remnant - A floating object that resembles a rusted harness used to restrain the mentally insane and tend to make rattling, stomping sounds while walking. Though it looks like no one is inside it, it has the shadow of a human-like figure, bleeds when attacked, and will scream in a female voice- if killed, the harness will fall to the floor and a human-shaped bloodstain will appear. The creature is found only in the Cedar Grove Sanitarium and is attracted to light. When the player confronts the Remnant, they will attack persistently until Travis leaves the area or it is killed. They can be very difficult to notice, but is easier to detect with the radio turned on. It appears to represent the sub-humane treatment in the sanitarium, hinted at in the game.
- Ariel - A theatre mannequin of a child that represents the character from William Shakespeare play The Tempest, Ariel hangs upside-down from the ceiling or walks along the ground on its hands. William Shakespeare ( baptised The Tempest is a comedy written by William Shakespeare. It is generally dated to 1610-11 and accepted as the last play written solely by him although They are distinguished by the rattling sound they produce, and can easily be avoided by turning your flashlight off. However, they tend to appear in pairs or groups and are able to use a grappling maneuver that will result in an instant Game Over if the player fails in getting loose. Game over is a traditional message in video games which usually signals the end of the game When hanging from the ceiling, Ariel will attempt to pick up Travis by his head and break his neck.
- Twoback - A fleshy monster that has the appearance of two bodies fused together by a large layer of skin. They are found predominantly in the Riverside Motel, but also in the "Otherworld". The Twoback attacks by spitting acid at Travis from far away, and is extremely aggressive. Although the occurrence is rare, they are also capable of using a grappling move in which they will pin the player to the ground and deliver a powerful bite.
- Caliban - The largest monster in the game, Caliban is a twisted memory Alessa has of the theatre's production of the classic William Shakespeare play The Tempest, in which the director used a Native American theme for all of the characters; the actor playing Caliban was dressed as a half-human, half-buffalo. William Shakespeare ( baptised The Tempest is a comedy written by William Shakespeare. It is generally dated to 1610-11 and accepted as the last play written solely by him although Native Americans in the United States are the indigenous peoples from the regions of North America now encompassed by the continental United States It is very slow, but its stomping is very powerful. Like Carrion, it will launch itself at you if close enough and can catch up to Travis if he tries to run away- however, it mostly keeps to itself and will not attack unless Travis gets very close to it. The Caliban first appears as a boss at the end of the Artuad Theatre, but later becomes one of the common enemies. It resembles an extremely tall, faceless man covered in buffalo hair, with its legs folded backwards and over its head, arms and legs wrapped in bandages. This creature also looks distinctly alike the "Janitor" from the Silent hill movie due to both of their legs are folded backwards over it's head.
- Momma - A manifestation of Travis' feelings towards his mother, who died in an insane asylum. A psychiatric hospital (previously called insane asylum, mental hospital; or derogatorily looney bin, nut house or Funny Farm) is She was placed there after she developed schizophrenia and tried to murder Travis under the belief that men living in her mirror wanted him dead. Schizophrenia ( from the Greek roots schizein (σχίζειν "to split" and phrēn The creature looks like an emaciated woman with bulging eyes and a gaping mouth, wrapped from neck to feet in bandages; she is suspended in a gibbet, which moves around the ceiling on a crane. A gibbet is any of several different devices used in the public execution of criminals and the deterrence of future crime She spits poisonous gas, and causes impossibly large knives to burst forth from the gibbet.
- The Butcher - A large creature resembling a giant, muscular man with a deformed face; he wears a strange metal helmet that only covers half of his head and face, and drags along a weapon called The Great Cleaver, slaughtering monsters and people alike throughout the town. Travis first encounters it in the Silent Hill butcher shop, mutilating a Nurse demon; he later discovers documents around town written by a Silent Hill resident that indicates at least one other person, in the real world, has seen the creature at the motel. Travis later finds The Butcher in the motel's kitchen, mutilating a Doubleback creature; he fights and kills it, and then mutilates its corpse with the Great Cleaver. Its behavior and appearance is reminiscent of Pyramid Head from Silent Hill 2 and shares a similar significance which is expanded upon in the 'Bad' ending of the game.
- Sad Daddy - Travis confronts a demonic beast symbolizing his father, who hanged himself, in the "Otherworld" variation of the motel. The creature is split into three parts and attacks with tentacles that will attempt to strangle Travis. The distorted, center head vomits out geysers of blood.
- Samael - The demon trapped inside of the Flauros; it looks like a stereotypical representation of The Devil, with red, scaly skin, horns, and goat hooves. The Devil is the Its mouth is quite is like that of an insects and many lone, brittle tendrils grow from its back. It attacks by shooting beams of light or raining fire upon travis.
Silent Hill Homecoming (2008)
- Smog - A deformed, humanoid creature that has been described as a variation of the Lying Figure from Silent Hill 2. Its appearance retains the idea of having a figure trapped underneath a layer of skin, but the hands look like they're trying to open its mouth from the sides. It is also covered with pulsating lumps and often appears to be slouched over most of the time. Based from screenshots, Smog apparently attacks by rearing back its head to breath in a toxic gas. The rib cage parts opens, revealing the inflating lungs, and eventually it attempts to poison its victim by spewing the toxic gas towards Alex.
- Nurse - The classic Silent Hill nurse returns in the fifth installment wielding long-sharp knives. They have unrecognizable faces and seem to be heavily inspired by those from the Silent Hill film. It's said that the nurse will be drawn to sounds for example, knocking an item off a table will alert their attention. From an early teaser trailer, we first see the nurse appearing out of a bathroom stall when the "Otherworld" starts taking over.
- Japanese Doll (Unofficial name) - The real name has been unconfirmed for the time being, but its face resembles a Japanese doll. It's depicted as being extremely tall and some screenshots depict visible damage from being wounded by Alex.
- Schism - Like the first boss of Silent Hill 1, its head is split down the middle, but the rest of its body resembles a human. An interview with producer William Oretel states that the Schism will charge at you, chase you and hunt you down. Oretel also mentioned that the powerful creature approaches Alex in what he described as galloping. A screenshot depicted the Schism approaching Alex, who is ready to attack with the classic Silent Hill steel pipe.
- Siam - A creature that combines two mutilated bodies, one of a man and the other a woman. On the back of Siam is the female side while the male side serves as the front. The two are bound together by a green bondage suit with the heads being fused as one whole. Both faces lack eyes and are wrapped in leather strips. The female's arms dangle in front of the male's face, but his are largely swollen in a similar fashion to the Closer's from Silent Hill 3.
As of now, no boss creatures have been revealed.
Divine Creatures in Silent Hill
- God/Samael - The female solar deity worshiped by the Silent Hill cult. According to their dogma, God was born from two humans, who offered their prayers to the sun, and brought an end to the suffering of ancient man by taking away eternal life from humankind. She created many gods (including Xuchilbara and Lobsel Vith) and angels to help lead people to her. Then, she set out to create "Paradise" for people, but her strength ran out and eventually it caused her death. However, she promised to return again one day.
In Silent Hill 1, Dahlia offers her own daughter, Alessa, as a sacrifice to impregnate her with God. The God is forced out prematurely by Kaufmann and takes on a hideous demonic form. Harry slays the malevolent deity soon thereafter. Claudia Wolf tried to get Heather to remember her "true self" in order to birth God in Silent Hill 3. Claudia's idea was to have God born and usher in Paradise. The role of Mother of God was shifted when Heather exorcised the deity by vomiting the fetus up, which Claudia then swallowed, resulting in her demise. Because Claudia gave birth to the God it takes a similar appearance to that of Alessa, the form of God that she believed in.  Due to its state of birth the lower half of its body remains immature. It has been further explained that the appearance of the God changes depending on the person who summons it and can be considered equal to the other monsters.  Likewise the cause may be attributed to the town's power to manifest delusions.
The name Samael was first used by Dahlia in Silent Hill 1, calling the Seal of Metatron the Mark of Samael. Because of this, most fans believed that the symbol Alessa spread through the city was Samael's; but at the end of the game we discover that Dahlia was lying about the true nature of the Seal, and that Alessa was placing it all around the city to stop Samael (it seems that Metatron is Samael's nemesys).
- Lobsel Vith - The yellow god, referred to in the paintings in The Chapel in Silent Hill 3 and one of the beings said to be made to lead people in obedience to God. The nature, appearance, and purpose of Lobsel Vith is unknown, as nothing is explicitly stated about it in any of the games.
- Xuchilbara (Xuchilpaba) The red god of Silent Hill and one of the beings mentioned in a painting in Silent Hill 3 created to lead people in obedience to God. A god of judgement, Xuchilbara presides over rebirth and has been known to be used in a ceremony to resurrect the dead, called the "Crimson Ceremony". It should be noted that the etymology of Xuchilbara's name is Tetelcingo for flower  and Japanese "bara" means rose. Tetelcingo Nahuatl, or Mösiehuali, is a Nahuatl variety spoken by 3500 people ( in the town of Tetelcingo and its colonias 
- Metatron (Metratron) - Metatron (aka Michael) is another archangel mentioned in the series, known to be a messenger for God (YHWH in Judaism) in Abrahamic religions, and is consider to be second only to 'Yaweh' himself in Judaism. God is the principal or sole Deity in Religions and other belief systems that worship one deity.  Metatron is only explicitly mentioned in the series through The Talisman Of Metatron or Seal of Metatron (also known as the Virun VII Crest. ) in Silent Hill 1 and Silent Hill 3. .  The seal was said only to be given the name Metatron because of its difficulty to control. In Silent Hill 1, Alessa uses the seal in order to prevent the birth of God by spreading it in various locations in Silent Hill. Heather in Silent Hill 3 attempts to use the Seal Of Metatron against Claudia Wolf, but it does nothing. It is also important to note that both Metatron and Valtiel were described by Hiroyuki Owaku (Silent Hill scenario writer) as "agents of God" in the Book of Lost Memories.
- Hagith, Phaleg, Ophiel, Aratron and Bethor - These five beings, known as the Olympic Spirits, are involved to help get past the last area in Silent Hill 1. Their significance is trivial but they represent planets in Greek mythology, and along with two other powerful spirits, Och and Phul, they form a group of relative significance to the kabbalah known as the Arbatel.
Silent Hill: The Arcade (2007,Japan) (2008,Europe)
- Gumhead - A common enemy that first debuted in Silent Hill 4: The Room. The design is considerably simpler and less detailed than the original. The Gumheads are covered with a grey layer of skin with darker-toned areas that resemble vascular birthmarks. A birthmark is a Blemish on the Skin formed before Birth. A little over 1 in 10 babies have a Vascular birthmark In later areas of the game, they have a distorted face, bloody arms and seem to be wearing leather trousers. They also have the disturbing ability to literally give birth to creepers when they die later in the game. In their final appearance, they are greenish, still have faces, but resemble the first incarnation more than the second.
- Creeper - These creatures resemble large cockroaches which leap up onto the screen and bite you. They are summoned by Pyramid Head in his boss fight sequence. Then, they appear at various points in the game after that. They first featured in the original "Silent Hill" and "Silent Hill 2. "
- Nurse - The appearance of the Nurses are slightly different from the previously in Silent Hill 2 and 3, having bandages wrapped only the face while still leaving the hair untouched. They are sometimes equipped with pipes or crowbars.
- Scraper - A common enemy from Silent Hill 3 They fight with duel rotating swords. They are either tinged red or blue. The only difference in appearance is that rather than folds of skin covering their faces, it appears to be some kind of veil made from a rough fabric.
- Toadstool - Identical to previous game version, but this version is much larger and attacks by spraying acid or ramming the player.
- Robbie the Rabbit - Known as the mascot of the Lakeside Amusement Park, this is the first time the character becomes one of the common enemies. His appearance is that of the character costume from the amusement park, also he lacks the blood stained mess on his mouth. It is unknown if there's anything inside the costume that controls him. The weapons they carry are usually an axe, bat, pistol, shotgun or chainsaw. The Robbie's can also emit a high pitched squeal and laugh like little children.
- Groaner - Resembling burnt dogs covered in bandages of peeled flesh, these creatures attack in the same way as their previous game counterparts.
- Numb Body - The same as the version from the game, but larger and is coloured white rather than pink. It also has a long tail rather than two spikes on its back.
- Hummer - These creatures look like small ravens with long pointed beaks. They attack in swarms and can hover stationary for long periods before attacking. They previously featured in "silent hill 4. " They take on a more demonic appearance later in the game, as their wings turn fleshy and develop spikes.
- Tremer - Similar to their game counterparts, but they are flesh coloured and smaller than the originals. They attack in an identical way to Creepers.
- Insane Cancer - When compared to the previous game version ("silent hill 3") This version is taller, wider and fatter than the original. However it is also much weaker. Its appearance has been altered as well, as it has a distinguishable head an is not covered in blood and greenish puss. It also has a long slit down its stomach. They get their grubby appearance back near the end of the game.
- Red Pyramid (Pyramid Head) -Pyramid Head: Originally introduced in Silent Hill 2, this boss monster bears a stronger resemblance to his incarnation in the Silent Hill movie. Plot Rose ( Radha Mitchell) and her husband Christopher da Silva ( Sean Bean) are concerned about their adopted daughter Sharon ( Jodelle Ferland Accompanied by a copious amount of Creepers (this is also truer to the movie than any of the games, although large insects like these have made appearances as enemies in the original Silent Hill as well as Silent Hill 2), he wields his signature weapon, the Great Knife, and first confronts Eric and Tina in the Brookhaven Hospital, curiously accompanied by the sound of a boat whistle, which seems to also signify shifts between the real world and the Otherworld, an event that's been signaled in the past by the sound of sirens. is a Survival horror Video game franchise developed and published by Konami. He is fought a second time later in the game between the Marionette and Phantom bosses. His appearance is still similar to Silent Hill 2, although he's noticeably much bigger and muscular.
- Guardian - This creature has the appearance of a huge Gumhead crossed with a dragon. The creature twitches and thrashes around constantly, as if it were in pain. One of its hands is a huge axe blade and it has wing-like skin flaps under its arms, allowing the creature to fly. Its face is elongated with a mouth full of huge fangs and has a single blue eye. The creature is found guarding Emily.
- Greedy Worm - A minor boss fought before the Split Worm. Unlike in Silent Hill 4, this creature becomes hostile and tries to consume you, however it still can't be killed, only repelled slightly. After it is fought for some time, it disappears around a corner and is never fought again.
- Split Worm - Unlike the previous boss fight in a series of tunnels, this creature is fought in a pool of brown liquid. It also has the ability to spit "Tremers. " Otherwise, it attacks in the same way as its previous game counterpart.
- Marionette - This creature resembles a giant female creature made of mannequin parts. It has long arms and legs, a human face and distorted mouth, which can spit Creepers.
- Phantom - The final boss of the game, this creature is in fact Emily but who is possessed by a strange and unnatural force of evil. It resembles a huge deformed severed head with long tentacles rather than hair. It can generate a huge hand from its mouth and can create multiple smaller ones from the floor.
Silent Hill: The movie (2006)
Several creatures from the first four installments made a big screen appearance in the Silent Hill film adaptation. All of the creatures, with the exception of one, are present in the previous games. There are many possible explanations for why the creatures are present in the film but Director Christophe Gans stated that the simplest explanation is that the creatures are victims of Alessa's vengeance. A film director, or filmmaker, is a person who directs the making of a Film. Christophe Gans (born March 11, 1960 in Antibes, France) is a French Film director, writer and producer who However, Gans first specified that every interpretation was possible and further listed that the monsters could also be hallucinations from the psyche of the protagonists. 
- Grey Child [Silent Hill 1] - They do not wield knives like their video game counterpart, but instead use their clawed hands to grab and drag their victim. Their appearance has been altered to look blackened and smoldering. The Grey Children emit a high-pitched shriek and are seen swarming Rose Da Silva when she chases an image of Sharon, quite similar to what Harry Mason experienced during the first game. Plot Rose ( Radha Mitchell) and her husband Christopher da Silva ( Sean Bean) are concerned about their adopted daughter Sharon ( Jodelle Ferland Harry Mason may refer to Harry Mason (Silent Hill character - a playable character from the Video game Silent Hill
- Creeper [Silent Hill 1 & 2] - Thousands of these creatures crawl around Red Pyramid in Midwich Elementary School where Rose first encounters him. They are later seen swarming members of the religious cult and finally crawling through the hole made by Red Pyramid to attack Cybil Bennett and Rose. When Cybil stares down at one of the upturned insects, she discovers to her horror that it bears a small, screaming, human-like face.
- Dark Nurse [Silent Hill 1, 2, 3, 5 and Origins] - The movie representation of the nurses closely resembles the Bubble Head Nurse, including voluptuous figures, monstrous and disfigured faces, and suggestive clothing. They react strongly to light and, while most of them wield scalpels, one is seen holding a pipe in the film. The Dark Nurses move and attack in groups and, when attempting to attack Rose as she sneaks through them, they ultimately end up stabbing and cutting each other. They also make soft, feminine moans and whispers and seem to "creak" when they make sudden movements. These nurses had been adapted into the new Silent Hill 5 game, completely unaltered and entirely based on the movie version of the Dark Nurses.
- Lying Figure [Silent Hill 2 and Origins] - A humanoid demon that resembles a badly burnt patient wrapped in a straight jacket. This humanoid demon is seen attacking Cybil by spraying her with an acidic, tar-like substance after she arrested Rose. Tar is a viscous black Liquid derived from the Destructive distillation of organic matter Although Rose gets away during the confrontation, Cybil kills the creature and notices that there are many others wandering in the edge of sight. This is notably the only creature that appears in the foggy world. The creature's look is less bloody than it was in its game incarnation.
- Red Pyramid (Pyramid Head) [Silent Hill 2] - A lumbering, monstrous figure that is depicted wearing a black, four-sided Tetrahedron instead of the five-sided one from the original game. A tetrahedron (plural tetrahedra) is a Polyhedron composed of four triangular faces three of which meet at each vertex. His apron is extended from the waist down and appears to be composed of human flesh that has been stitched together. In his first appearance he is accompanied by Creepers and he is seen wielding the "Great Knife" weapon just like in the second game. Red Pyramid displays his characteristic strength and brutality when trying to kill Rose and her companion. He later catches Anna, holding her in the air with only one arm, tears off her dress, and then grabs her chest and tears off all of her skin in a single movement. Red Pyramid is described by the producers during the making-of features as being punished by having to wear the trademark helmet. Director Gans also stated that his appearance was based from the female perspective of the characters. 
- The Janitor - A monster that was created by director Christophe Gans and Paul Jones' SPFX team specifically for the movie.  Rose discovers him while searching for her daughter at the Midwich Elementary School. While fleeing a trio of cult members, she stumbles into the school's washroom where she encounters the Janitor. He resembles a man bound by barbed wire, and is wearing a ripped janitor's uniform with a name tag reading "Colin". Located behind him on the wall written in blood are the words "Dare you, dare you, double-dare you" with an arrow pointing into his mouth where a key chain from a hotel is found. After the shift to the otherworld, he escapes from his confines in the cubicle and crawls toward Rose with his feet still bound to the back of his head. When he touches the wall, it decays and holes appear that spawn Creepers. Gans stated that series' composer Akira Yamaoka approved of the creature during post production and even asked if he could use it for a future Silent Hill game. Akira Yamaoka (山岡 晃 Yamaoka Akira, born February 6 1968 in Niigata, Japan See also Filmmaking Post-production occurs in the making of motion pictures, television programs, Videos audio recordings  The creature design bears a striking resemblance in style and action to the Victims (Ghosts) from Silent Hill 4: The Room as both are capable of decaying the wall surfaces and corrupting the environment around them. The origin of the creature comes from when the school janitor, Colin, molested Alessa in the washroom shortly before her near-death by burning. Child sexual abuse is a form of Child abuse in which a child is abused for the sexual gratification of an adult or older adolescent She finally got her revenge upon the man after gaining her powers, by manipulating a mass of barbed wire to permanently contort and bind his body. He appears as a lifeless corpse in the foggy world. 
- Alessa Gillespie [Silent Hill 1,3 & Orgins] - The physical body of Alessa makes an intimidating appearance inside the church in the movie's finale. Alessa Gillespie is a Fictional character in the ''Silent Hill'' video game series largely created by Team Silent. Being unable to move, the hospital bed upon which she has lain for 30 years has become part of her monstrous guise. She controls hundreds of tentacle-like barbed wire strands that sprout from the bed and uses them to massacre all of the cult followers. There is a striking resemblance between Alessa's film incarnation and the Mary/Maria boss that protagonist James Sunderland was forced to attack in Silent Hill 2. However, Gans stated that the ending was inspired by the erotic anime Legend of the Overfiend after budget constraints forced him to create a new finale with this design for Alessa. is a series of Japanese Original Video Animation (OVA releases 
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- ^ From Silent Hill 4--Thou must also pierce the Conjurer's flesh with the 8 spears. -The Crimson Tome
- ^ http://silenthillchronicle.net/creat3.htm
- ^ http://silenthillchronicle.net/lostmemories.txt
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- ^ Metatron - Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- ^ Dahlia: I was shocked to learn that the Talisman of Metratron was being used.
- ^ This magic square with strong protective and dispelling properties, is called the "Virun VII Crest" or the "Seal of Metraton. " It will bring results regardless of whether the target is good or evil; its strength, therefore, places a very high burden on the caster. As it is also difficult to control, it is not usually used. This is why it bears the name "Metraton", after the angel Metatron (or Metraton), also known as the "Agent of God. "
(Excerpt from Otherworld Laws, an occult book found lying open in Silent Hill 3)
- ^ Vincent: Heather, use the seal. [. . . ] Claudia: The Seal of Metatron! Vincent: Now your stupid dream is over! Claudia: Oh, that’s just a piece of junk. Claudia: What do you think you can do with that? Claudia: Do you really think it can kill God?
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