I am writing this just before 3 a.m., but I do not hear any ik-ik flying by… 🙂
I can’t believe that this blog is almost three years old, and I’m sorry I let it stagnate for more than a year. I just checked the blog’s reader stats and saw that every month, this blog got some visits, mainly from people searching online using “aswang” or “wakwak.”
Obviously up to now, such creatures continue to bother human beings… Please do NOT be afraid of any vampire, werewolf, or zombie, or any other dark creature.
I hope that whatever I share in this blog is helpful and informative to readers, rather than making them afraid.
Knowledge is power. Google is your friend 🙂 please research, study, question, reflect, and think…
I can’t promise to be more active in this blog, as I continue to be busy hunting vampires and killing zombies. Just kidding! I’ll try to have at least one post a month. Please feel free to comment, and share your stories. Salamat po!
P.S. Hope you like the new theme!
Mysterious animal deaths in a place near Metro Manila… eyewitnesses report seeing a huge dog-like creature in the area.
Later, a man with his face covered was interviewed, and he said as a child growing up in Mindanao island, he was told that his grandfather was an aswang. He himself saw his grandfather shapeshift into a pig.
Scientists were also interviewed to give their explanations debunking, as expected, the existence of aswang.
Not really an eyewitness report of an actual sighting, but the author writes of Romblon islanders texting each other about aswangs.
Is there really a truckload of dark creatures going around in Tanauan, Batangas? And big women with fiery eyes walking around Tayabas, Quezon? It’s rather curious that these TV reports, based on FB comments, are from the Southern Luzon area. Even the werewolf reports came from a province that’s just across the sea from this region.
Sorry I can’t find the original FB post, but I found it elsewhere online,.. she was seen changing form, from a bird to a woman. The incident happened in Lucena, Quezon, which is near Laguna. This is the same female who supposedly killed the pregnant female in my post before this, “another aswang account.”
So my cousin’s maid just told me about a pregnant woman in her province died last September because of an aswang stealing her baby… with marks on her belly… and the poor mom-to-be bled to death. The aswang is said to be a dark-skinned female who was seen following that pregnant woman as she walked home. There’s actually a photo of this female vampire on FB… with warnings to beware of her… she’s also been seen in various parts of that province accompanied by a guy. Let’s see if I can post that pic here 🙂
“Forget garlic, holy crosses and silver bullets. Chiles were often considered the best deterrent against vampires and werewolves. They were burned to protect against attacks from these creatures of the night.”–Pepper Mythology: Flavorsome Folklore