A chupacabra seen as a dog-like creature stalking on a moonlit night.

The chupacabra is a blood-sucking creature of modern legend, with stories of sightings originating in Puerto Rico. There have been thousands of reported sightings of this violent and vicious creature. Description The chupacabra is, as legend would have it, a 4-to-5-feet tall, spiky-backed creature with an oblong skull. The word “chupacabra” translates, somewhat underwhelmingly, as … Read more


The Sigbin seen here as a vampire-like dog creature with horns.

The Sigbin (Sigben, Zegben) is a terrifying cryptid from Filipino mythology. Sigbin folklore is reportedly widespread in the Visayas and Mindanao Islands of central and southern Philippines. Many accounts portray the Sigbin as a vampire or carnivore that lives in remote forests of central and south Philippines and hunts at night for animal and human … Read more


This Aswang is show as half woman and half nightmare creature with a long tongue and sharp teeth.

The Aswang is the Philippines’ most famous legend, and locals still fear it today. The name is derived from the Sanskrit word “Asura”, meaning “demon”. Description The term “Aswang” is applied to a variety of creatures in Filipino lore. In terms of its popularity or renown in the Philippines, the Aswang is the equivalent of … Read more