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Quake victims claim experiencing Aswang attack.

ASWANG ATTACK – Magsaysay, Davao del Sur residents claim that there had been an “Aswang” (Philippine mythical creature) attack that took place.

Aside from the calamities, just recently, victims of earthquake faced another happening as some of the resident have claimed of “Wakwak” attack. Accordingly, it attacked someone who fell asleep outside of their house. It was Ditmer, 19 years old, who just woke up one morning with many scratches on his arms.

Another resident named Jayvie also claimed that he saw the creature on November 10 with features like that of a black birds with red eyes and wings which are a meter long. Also, a resident from Barangay Poblacion said that it was a female and can shift and transform into a cat or a dog.

With the shakings, resident tend to sleep outside of their house in make shift tents in order not to get affected if even the ground would tremble again. And with the “wakwak” stories now circulating, they have become afraid to sleep outside of their houses.

However, the authorities warned that people to be alarmed and mindful for this could be another modus from robbers who plan to abuse their current situation according to Sunstar’s report.

“Wakwak” is a Philippine mythical creature, a type of “aswang” which is bird-like and vampiric. It is accordingly active at night hunting for food, either humans or animals through sucking their blood. And one way to drive them away is by sprinkling salt inside and outside of your house.


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