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- The Manananggal (sometimes confused with the Wak wak, Aswang also translates literally to "Remover") is a vampire-like mythical creature native to the...
- West Sumatra, kra-sue in Thailand, kasu in Laos, ap in Cambodia, and manananggal in the Philippines. Though commonly referred to in its native languages...
- large black bird with a long tongue (tiktik), as a half-bodied monster (manananggal), as a bat, a cat, a pig or a black dog. Some aswang can change form...
- grandmother. She reveals that an airborne vampire-like creature: the manananggal was responsible behind the murders in the town at nighttime during Holy...
- Ang Manananggal sa Unit 23B (lit. The Manananggal at Unit 23B) is a 2016 Philippine romantic gore independent film directed by Prime Cruz under The IdeaFirst...
- Kitsune Yamata no Orochi Kumiho Hulder Serpopard Rokurokubi Vampire Manananggal Geryon Phoenix Ubume Note: see Talking animal Gef Satan Bai Ze Salmon...
- night as prey, similar to the Manananggal and the Ekek in rural areas of the Philippines. The difference between the Manananggal and the Wakwak is that Wakwak...
- Kitty) Grimm (from RWBY) Hemkas (from Hanazuki: Full of Treasures) Lamia Manananggal Mang****ulam Pennywise (from Stephen King's It) Rakshasa Rokurokubi Shen...
- Soucouyant Samodiva (mythology) Clíodhna Aswang Pontianak (folklore) Manananggal Rusalka Succubus Medea "LA LLORONA - A HISPANIC LEGEND". www.literacynet...
- Filipino culture, ranging from ancient legendary creatures such as the Manananggal and Tiyanak to more modern urban legends and horror movies. The beliefs...
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