The God of Roadkill is a hostile cryptid and urban legend created by Trevor Henderson. It is a mysterious skeletal-like creature that brings souls of dead animals who are hit by vehicles to the other side, and kills the driver who ran over said animals by causing car accidents.
The God of Roadkill made his first appearance where an image of him was posted online by Trevor Henderson on May 20, 2019, with more artwork of the beast also posted the same day.
The God of Roadkill is a skeletal-like figure with no legs on his lower body, two arms to help him get around and a mask-like face with multiple eyes on his head.
The God of Roadkill is a vengeful deity that takes revenge on drivers who run over animals. According to Trevor Henderson, he is really angry and sad for reasons that go unexplained. However, based on the information Trevor has given us, the God of Roadkill appears to be a benevolent entity who helps dead animals cross over to the other side, like their version of Charon or the Grim Reaper. The God of Roadkill is most likely sad and angry because of the deaths of animals that are ran over by cars, hence why he causes those who hit animals with their vehicles to crash as revenge.
Powers and Abilities
Fate manipulation The God of Roadkill can cause bad things to happen to people such as a car crash, but only if they have hit an animal.
Omnipresence: The God of Roadkill watches over all roads.
Ability to transport souls: The God of Roadkill can take the souls of dead animals to the other side, sort of like the Grim Reaper or Charon from Greek Mythology.
Who is The God of Roadkill? Trevor Henderson Creatures
The God of Roadkill was made by Trevor Henderson, who is known for making numerous other bizarre creatures over the internet.
Trevor stated that the God of Roadkill is always sad and angry for reasons that are unexplained, however again it most likely feels rage when animals are hit by cars and turned into roadkill, and so it exacts vengeance on the people who run the animals over.
According to Trevor, the God of Roadkill only appears when a driver runs over a animal.
The background of the God of Roadkill's image is the same as that of Mr. Mascot.