SHOCKING! This Head of an Alleged Female Vampiric Ghost 'Pontianak' Has Been Captured and Preserved in a Jar! Must See!


We’ve all had our fair share of mythological stories and horror tales that our elders have told us, right before bedtime when we’re still stubborn to go to sleep at the right time. 

There were tales of the ‘manananggal,’ the white lady, the ‘kapre,’ the ‘tiyanak,’ and so much more. But did you know that a creature similar to these has been supposedly “captured” and “preserved” in a jar? 

Viral4Real reported that a “pontianak’s” head has been captured. A Pontianak is a female vampiric ghost in the Malaysian and Indonesian mythology who are said to be spirits of the women who died while they were still pregnant. 

They usually appear pale-skinned, with black hair and red eyes. They also don a white dress smeared with blood. 

In the folktales, they have the ability to appear as beautiful women and prey on men and helpless people. They kill their prey by ripping the organs from the bodies with their bare hands. 

However, the internet has been going crazy because a supposed “pontianak’”s head has been captured. Netizens are doubting its authenticity, though. 

SHOCKING! This Head of an Alleged Female Vampiric Ghost 'Pontianak' Has Been Captured and Preserved in a Jar! Must See!

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