Every so often my brothers and I get together and reminisce about our childhood and teenage days, and sometimes we do the same with other friends from the Caribbean. In doing so we often recall some of the folklore tales that our parents and neighbors related to us, some of which their parents and grandparents told them when they were young children growing up in the Caribbean. As we grew into adulthood we realize, or simply decided that those stories were just that, stories, stories to keep us from staying out late, or perhaps they used it as a deterrent for other things.
Then I got to thinking. What if it is all true and what if these characters are alive and kicking, or what if they are dead and kicking; what if they have left the Caribbean and are running wild in North America? Well, here is the result of those thoughts.
CARIBBEAN & PHILIPPINE JOMBIES INVADE
For centuries, mankind has experienced and had the tenacity to survive tremendous natural disasters. He has endured battles, against his own kind; however, a new battle that will challenge all beliefs is on the horizon.
Elders in the Philippines and the Caribbean have been telling folklore stories of evil mythical characters for generations. These viscous characters emerge under the cover of darkness and wreak havoc in these tropical countries. People of the Americas have been skeptical of their existence, laughing at those who believed.
August 1st, 2025 everything changed. They are not laughing anymore. People must now pray, or be preyed upon by creatures such as the: Lajabless, Soucouyant, Lagahoo, Dwen, Jacakalantan Aswang, Mananangal, TicTic, Tyanak, WakWak, Ghouls, Rolling Calf, Duppies, Ol’ Higes, River Mumma, Bacoo, Choorile, Ole Higue, and the Massacooramaan.
North Americans are at risk. They rely on a security system that is based on rational and tangible situations. They are not equipped to deal with what appears to be random irrational attacks; this strange phenomenon has officials baffled.
Be wary of dark places. Do not walk alone. Something sinister lurks in the shadow.
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