Last week, the grandparents of John Edison Malacay began to notice red marks scattered across the floor of their 18 year old daughter Kimberly’s house, a discovery that they simply attributed to rats, until they began finding bonified blood stains in the kitchen.
After a panicked telephone call, Kimberly rushed home to find her newborn son oozing blood from his mouth and nose, his navel punctured as if it were being drained. The child was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The family has since been adamant that a “shapeshifting”, paranormal creature is to blame for the death of their son, a conclusion that even their neighbors have reached after noticing blood on the roof of the supposed crime scene.
The police refuse to believe the couple’s claims of supernatural involvement, but admit that they are clueless as to the cause of the child’s death. Even the local bishop tried to calm the local’s fears of monsters running amok.
“I haven’t heard of a ghoul on Christmas,” he told the SunStar Cebu. “But there is on the Holy Week.”
The minister forgot about Krampus and friends apparently.