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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

'Witch Woman', El Chupacabras, Alien Being...or What?

A few similar videos have been making the rounds on the internet lately:

Click for video - Strange Creature Shot By Colombian Farmer...Description: Allegedly La Tunda AKA Witch Woman Shot By Colombian Farmer.

Click for video - "The Body" Alien Creature...Description: World Exclusive "The Body" Alien Creature, or Chupacabra shot dead by a Colombian Farmer! Warning video is Graphic viewer discretion is advised! We at Thirdphaseofmoon have decided to release this video due to its Authenticity and Interview with Pablo Ortes. The Farmer claims that he has taken the body home, and has put the Alien body on ice!

Is this supposed being a 'La Tunda', el chupacabras, alien or something else? Anyway...here are a few descriptions of a 'La Tunda':

La Tunda or 'Witch Woman', when seen as herself and not in one of her shapeshifting forms, is a very ugly woman. Some people say that one of her feet is shaped like a Molinillo (the wooden stick used to stir chocolate in Colombia). Others say that the foot is made of the root of the tingui-tingui tree. The other leg looks like that of a child. Either way, it is not very appealing.

She hunts along the coast for children who have not been baptized (los moritos), disobedient children, and unfaithful men. To each of them, she appears as their mother or another loved one and lures them into the jungle. Once in the jungle, she feeds them shrimp and crab that she farts on. Something about that fart hypnotizes her prey and makes them stupid. When a person has succumbed to her fragrant food, they are said to be entundados. A person entundado then follows and loves the Tunda and rejects humanity.

The encounter with the Tunda is always tragic, unless a combination of the godfather, godmother, priest and parents come to the rescue. - Excerpt from 'Raising Colombian Children'

Here's another description:

...from the union of the devil and the sexy negrita came a host of infernal creatures, including the legendary la Tunda, a black woman with huge lips and a clubfoot.

As a child of the devil, la Tunda couldn’t bear children of her own, and so robbed those of black folk in Esmeraldas. To persuade youngsters to follow her, la Tunda could make herself look like a child’s mother, beloved aunt or older sister, but once la Tunda beckoned her victims into the forest, she farted in their faces! Soon thereafter, the stink would render the victims so docile that she could easily lead them to her lair. Wise parents never let their children run around without dogs, who were known to frighten la Tunda. Excerpt from 'Wild River Review'

NOTE: Well, I'm not going to make a call on this one...'witch woman', Chupacabras, alien, whatever. What do you think? Lon

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