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Erotic Tales Chapter 1
This erotic bedtime story is a version of Beauty and the Beast. Written by Nancy Madore
Chp 2. If $90,000 Is De Price, Pay It!
Chapter 2 of Lal Shop.
Chp 1: Yu Does Really Feel Dat People Still Love People
Yu Does Really Feel Dat People Still Love People is the first chapter in the book Lal Shop by Trinidadian author Paul Keen Douglas. The book is written in Trinidad dialect and follows a number of characters in town who often gather at the shop.
The Man Ligahoo
According to Caribbean folklore, the Lagahoo is a mythical, shapeshifting monster that is said to roam lonely areas at night while stalking their prey. Many people tell the tale of hearing the sound of heavy chains dragging in the bushes while they walked home, as the Lagahoo stalked them.
The Curse of the La Diablesse
La Diablesse is a character in Trinidadian folklore. The legend says that she was born as a human, but her deals with the devil transformed her into a demon.
To others, her poise, figure and dress make her seem beautiful. However, her hideous face is hidden by a large brimmed hat, and her long dress hides the fact that one leg ends in a cow hoof. She walks with one foot on the road and her cow hoof in the grass at the side of the road.
She can cast spells on her unsuspecting male victim, whom she leads into the forest. When in the forest, she disappears. The victim, confused, lost and scared, runs around the forest until he falls into a ravine or river, or gets eaten by wild dog and dies.
Trinidad folklore story. The soucouyant is a shapeshifting Caribbean folklore character who appears as a reclusive old woman by day. By night, she strips off her wrinkled skin and puts it in a mortar. In her true form, as a fireball she flies across the dark sky in search of a victim. The soucouyant can enter the home of her victim through any sized hole like cracks, crevices and keyholes.
Soucouyants suck people's blood from their arms, legs and soft parts while they sleep leaving blue-black marks on the body in the morning. If the soucouyant draws too much blood, it is believed that the victim will either die and become a soucouyant or perish entirely, leaving her killer to assume her skin.