D is for Dragon, for Devil and Doom. D is for Dracula and Dungeon and Dagger. D is for Darkness, Dementia, and Death. D stands for Demise, Deranged and the remarkably ominous Delete. Despair, Djinn, Dagon, Damien, and Dreadful all begin with D.
D is for Duluth. Many travelers have been warned against stopping there. The Untold Delights of Duluth remain untold and unsung for a reason.
D is for Desolation. Desolation is the only known name of the Desert under which the fallen angels were bound in chains and buried. Under a Dozen people alive today know where it lies.
It is arguable whether the Dobharchu (also known as the Dorrahgow) belongs on this list, but for the death of a washer-woman at Glenade Lake in 1722. Anyway, giant Otters that can burrow through rocks and is longer than a man is tall is worthy of note even if they are rarely malicious to humans.
D is also for Darke. Of Mr. Darke, his associate, and their traveling carnival, much has been said.
The appearance of the Slavic Drekavac is contested, but the howling noises it makes are not.
Duchamp might begin with a D, but some experts say the name is spelled duChamp. Others argue that the real name owned by the man that calls himself Arnaud Duchamp cannot be pronounced by human tongues, and that the name is merely an approximation. What is behind his tinted eyeglasses has often been speculated upon.