Aswang Attack in the Philippines Revisted!

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Aswang attack in the Philippines revisted.  What better time to check out a story I did last year which was a true eyewitness account of an aswang (a type of Filipino witch) that I wrote about in my first blog, "The Rooster Crows at 4am!" I've reprinted the story in my new website, PhilippinesPlus.com. Just click HERE to see part one of that story. My wife Melinda, as a young teenager, along with her family, experienced a terrifying visit from an evil Aswang, and she swears, to this day, that the encounter was real. I am not one to disagree with my wife, and she is not one prone to tell tall tales, unlike her kano husband who is prone to B.S. from time to time.

Author: The Kano

POST AUTHOR: "THE KANO." Dave DeWall, "The Kano", is the Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of "Philippines Plus" in publication since August 2009. He is also the CEO of Lizard Poop Productions and author of the best-selling guide book "The Philippines Expat Advisor." Dave moved to the Philippines in July 2009 from Central Illinois with his lovely wife of over 19 years, "The Sainted Patient Wife." The couple reside in a rural province in Western Visayas, Guimaras. The small island province is said to have the sweetest mangoes in the world. They do not have any children but are the proud owners of eight active canines, including a Belgian Shepherd called "Killer" "Killer" has bitten five people in the last two years along with one goat and a carabao. "Killer" doesn't like strangers. Or goats. Or carabaos.

4 thoughts on “Aswang Attack in the Philippines Revisted!

  1. Dave:

    Thanks for the mention!

    I'll be sending you a note in the near future (Once I get my act together) about a new site I am making… I would like to include some links to your e-book on there.

    Take care!

  2. You're welcome, John. Love your new site! Let me know about your new site. Any links to the e-book would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

  3. That's a cool website. I'm actually fascinated by albolaryos (evolved from the Spanish herbolario – herbalist) since I prefer natural remedies. Too bad they are associated with mysticism and witchcraft. 🙂

  4. Yes, John has put a lot of work into the site. My mother-in-law's nanay was a herbalist. I think that natural remedies are some of the best medicines.

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