Suriname is a rather small region on the coast of South America. In this place with nearly 600,000 people, a vampire legend developed. This vampire is supposedly unlike any other. The Asema appears to be a human during the day just like an ordinary human. As the day turns to night, it steps out of it's skin and becomes a blue ball of light. The Asema then goes to the native's homes and sucks their blood for as long as they like. There is a chance that the human can survive the attack, but their fate lies in the "hands" of the Asema. There are of course ways to ward off the vampire. Garlic is said to keep the Asema away as well as a mixture of seeds and nails scattered in the yard outside of the house. People also go to the extent of drinking a blend of specific herbs which they think makes their blood taste awful. People also tried to identify the Asema in its human form to stop it from committing its horrific acts.
It is said to have originated in Mexico but sightings have been reported all over the world. The Chupacabra feeds only on animals, mostly goats. They are said to drink the blood of the animals as well as the organs and leave them for dead. The chupacabra have been reported to having three different forms. One being a lizard-like creature, which after reading the description reminds me of a dinosaur. This form is the most common and is said to be around four feet tall. The second appearance it is said to have is one that looks like an evil kangaroo. The third is said to be a specific breed of a canine that also resembles a reptile. Although they are somewhat familiar forms, this creature isn't identifiable, when witnesses have seen it, they had absolutely no idea what it was.
Wilno Ontario Canada was originated in 1859. Jan Perkowski wrote a book in 1969 based on the Polish folklore in Canada. This book set the vampiric folklore mood for the years to come. In the beginning of the book there is a picture of a grave describing how to kill a vampire so it cannot come back to life. This story also describes vampires called Vjeszczi and Wupji. If a child is born with two front teeth, it is said to be a Wupji. To get the vampire out of the child, you can crush up the feces made by it and then feed it to the child. This however isn't the only option. As the child grows up, there are specific ways to stop it from becoming a vampire. If the methods do not work then killing the vampire is the only solution. To kill the vampire, there are a couple methods. One is to cut the head off of the corpse and then place it between its feet in the coffin. The vampire's blood is then given to the victims. If the vampire somehow arises, you should open the coffin and stick a nail between its eyes. Perkowski also wrote about how the vampire picks its victims if it ever has the chance. He/she awakens at midnight and eats their clothes and flesh and then goes to the nearest church to ring the bell. Whomever hears the bell is said to be the next victim.
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Although the Fifollet is said to be African American, it is very well known to the people who live in Louisiana. The Fifollet is known to be an unbabtized child who has past away. The child comes back to life as a spirit and murders children by sucking their blood. Their home after death is the nearest swamp where they are seen as a form of light.