In the early days of the 21st century, New Delhi, India, appeared to be besieged by a horrifying, blood-seeking monster. Referred to as a monkey-man, this entity was said to assail unsuspecting victims, wielding a metallic instrument to stab them. The purpose behind these attacks remained elusive, and many reports, as well as the entire episode itself, were dismissed as superstitious nonsense. Nevertheless, a seasoned researcher of all things related to high strangeness noticed a remarkable similarity in the descriptions and modus operandi of the Indian entity with recent reports emanating from Chile. How could the reports be so alike? We explore his findings and contemplate attacks from various parts of the world that suggest we might be confronting an occult creature with a penchant for blood.
Additionally, we delve into the remarkable life of a nun whose ecstatic trances allowed her to levitate, journey to remote locations, and perform other supernatural feats. We draw comparisons with another nun who struck a nefarious bargain with a pair of demons and give a warning that should be heeded.