There is a popular Visayan folklore about a mystical lady sailing from the mountains down to the lowlands aboard a ship of gold, seeking passengers to ferry to the next world.
The mountain goddesses of Philippine Folklore and Myth all share similar legends. Are these so-called fairies of the forests related--perhaps probably the same deity that goes by different names?
Here's an interesting Filipino legend of the watermelon on how this refreshingly sweet and healthy fruit came into existence.
Where you can find a Vampire; Real life Vampire sightings; Tips and tricks on how to find a Vampire
The bridge is said to be haunted by her ghost to this very day, as she searches for justice from all of the town’s people who offered no justice to her. It is said that you can still hear her moan and scream if you listen carefully on a cold windy night, and that her ghost will take your children...
Curses, hexes, and revenge all wrapped up in a haunted object. Is it possible? Could these accursed artifacts truly contain some type of energy that has the power to invoke evil or misfortune upon the person whom owns them? And if so, why and how?
Maria Cristina falls, the twin falls is one of over 20 waterfalls found in Iligan City in Northern Mindanao. There is a legend on how Maria Cristina happened to be the twin majestic falls that captivates both locals and tourists.
Have you ever saw a shadow person? Did you know what it was when you saw it. In case you don't know more and more people are seeing shadow people. No one at this time knows exactly what a shadow person is. But here we will try to shed some light on exactly what shadow people are.
Sin Eaters were once a real part of life in the North Carolina Mountains. Sin Eaters took the sins of the deceased or soon to die person on themselves. I actually saw a real live sin eater.
Here we explore an interesting legend that Judas Iscariot from the Bible was the father of all vampires. What do you think? Do you believe in Vampires? Have you heard of the Book of Alugah.