Werewolves Are Serious Business in the Philippines

Werewolves are being blamed after herds of goats were slaughtered during full moons on a tiny island in the Philippines. According to reports, the goats show signs of having been killed by supernatural beings and villagers …

To be fair, werewolves in other parts of the globe are an echo of folklore in culture with varying degrees of faith and belief in the communities from which they originate. Werewolves in the Philippines are called “Aswang” –and represent an actual threat to villagers, and livestock.

Which means that there has to be something out there killing animals… probably just another animal, but still it would be pretty awesome to find a werewolf in the Philippines.

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