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Zygons appeared only in the classic 1975 story Terror of the Zygons.
called back to Earth in the 1980s by the Brigadeer. Three of the shape-shifting
Zygons, an advance scouting party for an invasion force, had been living for
the last few centuries near Loch Ness. I always liked the look of the Zygons
and their organic machines, which appeared to be more grown than made. The
excellent costumes made the Zygons one of the most visually effective aliens
from the original series (and still look better than at least one alien I can
think of from the new series). This was the last UNIT story for over ten years,
and was the last story to feature companion Harry
The Ogrons, mercenary ape-men who often worked for the Daleks,
appeared in two of the third Doctor's stories: Day of the Daleks in
1972, and Frontier in Space in 1973.
Only one Daemon, Azal, was ever seen on Doctor Who. Azal was one of a powerful extra-terrestrial race which inspired myths and legends in many religions of horned demons with cloven hooves. The 1971 episode, The Daemons, was one of just three Doctor Who stories which had five parts (instead of the more common four or six), and also featured the Master who summoned Azal. The other two five-part stories were the 1968 stories, The Dominators and The Mind Robber, which are two of the six second Doctor's stories which exist in their complete form.
While not precisely a monster, Mary Whitehouse almost deserves the title for she dogged theDoctor's steps with her campaigns against violence in British television starting in the sixties. She frequently targeting Doctor Who specifically, despite admitting that the show had a certain brilliance.
In her defense, Ms. Whitehouse was apparently under the impression
that Doctor Who was aimed at very young children, rather than pre-teens and
a family audience, which probably caused her many critical remarks.