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A Face In The Crowd

One of the things I enjoy about Lunar New Year in Binondo are the characters put on their “Sunday best” and entertain the crowd. You have fire-eaters and the occasional “ 56 more words


Aling Rosario

Aling Rosario
by #kimdt6

TANAW ni Ruby ang kumpulan ng mga tao sa labas ng kalsada, may ambulansiya at patrol car ang nakahinto. Minabuti niyang makiusyuso sa kalapit na bahay nila. 1,850 more words


You Are Not Alone! Never have been! Never will be!

I believe it’s safe to say just about every culture in existence, in every part of the world, has its stories of unexplained phenomenon and sightings of creatures and phantasms and such. 2,490 more words


When the Tik-Tik Sings by Doug Lamoreaux

“Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.”
― William Shakespeare, Macbeth

On the banks of the Mississippi, the tiny town of Duncan, Iowa seems so very quiet. 348 more words

The Aswang in Western Visayas

An Aswang, according to Philippine folklore is a creature of the night that has a taste for human flesh and blood, has the ability to transform into certain animals, and have other supernatural abilities such as witchcraft. 2,047 more words

Philippine Folklore

The Couple


“What a sweet smell!” Tina reveled while sniffing the cool morning sea breeze. Tacky, her pet puppy stirred in her arms and raised his head as if alerted by something. 386 more words


The Forbidden Room (2015)

First published (in a shorter version) by Little White Lies

“Hello, I’m Marv,” a white-haired, bespectacled man (Louis Negin) says direct to camera, his half-open robe hanging at a louche angle over his otherwise naked body, near the beginning of Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson’s The Forbidden Room. 786 more words