The Sigbin is a mythical creature that is supposed to suck the blood through the shadows of its victims. The creature is a combination of a dog, goat, and kangaroo. It has large ears and a long tail that may be used as a whip. The Sigbin supposedly walks backwards and its head is positioned between its hind legs.
The myth of the Tambaluslos originally came from the Bicol region. It is a human-like creature with an oversized head. The creature has long and thin legs, arms, and fingers. Its hair runs along its back and reaches its buttocks. You will get lost if you see a Tambaluslos in the woods, and the only way to find your way back is to take off your clothes and wear them inside out.
The Duwende are small creatures that supposedly live in termite mounds. These creatures also live in the trees and hills. They can bring good or bad fortune to humans they encounter. These creatures supposedly come out at noon and night. People passing close to termites mounds normally say “tabi-tabi” to say excuse to these creatures, especially when they pee in the woods at night.
The Agta is the Visayan version of the Kapre. It is a large hairy creature with dark-colored skin. These mythical creatures live in the trees and smoke huge cigars. They are typically harmless. But, they also have a romantic side and would lure females using flowers.
The Wakwak is supposedly a bird that only comes out at night. Its name comes from the sound it makes as it flies around at night. This mythical creature slashes and feeds on the hearts of its victims. Some say the Wakwak is owned by a witch. When it goes out at night, it is normally looking for a victim and signifies the presence of an Ungo in the area
An Okoy is the Visayan version of the merman. It is a humanoid creature that lives in the sea. This mythical creature has scaly skin and webbed feet. There are also some Okoys with a fishtail similar to a mermaid or sirena. These creatures drown their victims before consuming them.
The Aswang is a creature that can supposedly change its appearance. When the sun is out, the aswang is a simple looking person who lives an ordinary life. But, after the sun sets, it turns into a monster looking for unsuspecting victims. It is particularly fond of pregnant women since it likes to consume the unborn fetus. It normally lands on the roof of the house of a pregnant woman and stretches its tongue to consume the fetus inside the womb.