Pinoy Folklore Creatures Ranked From Mildest to Scariest
We’ve seen them in films, books, and possibly real life(!!!)
Here are your worst nightmares ranked from mildest to scariest.
This tree giant isn't even considered evil at all. And we have to admit, a smoking creature atop a Balete tree sounds kinda badass.
Half man, half horse. Sounds hot? Think again. Tikbalangs are very mischievous, playing tricks on travelers and leading them astray.
Nuno Sa Punso
This dwarf-like spirit harbors grudges and is very easily angered. Warning: steer clear of anthills, and stop peeing everywhere!
These beautiful creatures of the sea lure fishermen to their deaths with their enchanting voices. The very definition of a dangerous woman.
We partly blame this fear on our moms who scare us with "Sige ka, kakainin ka ng white lady!" every time we refuse to eat our veggies.
Demon baby: two words that should never be mixed together.
This night-flying, rooftop-hanging, long tongue-wielding, child-eating half woman rightfully takes the top spot. Need we say more?
Looking for a good scare? Catch Maledicto in cinemas nationwide this May 1, 2019.
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