The Bluatschink is an evil water spirit from Austria. The Bluatschink lives in the Tyrolean Lech valley, but some versions of the tale are also told in South Tyrol and Carinthia.
The name of the beast is combined from the words "Bluat", meaning blood and "Schink", being thigh.
The monster lives in the river Lech in Tyrol, Austria.
The creature has a humanoid appearance with the upper part of the body and the head being either a black bears or a big black dogs.
The Bluatschink lives in the river Lech. It might attack people being careless at the banks of the river and is especially dangerous for children. The monster pulls its victims into the river and eats them, sometimes drinking their blood first.