The appearance is like a tiny human doll with long hair and appears to be alive. It is usually described as a mythical creature and some say the Jenglot was actually a human body. A jenglot is a type of mysterious creature or vampire in Indonesian and Malaysian culture and mythology.
Jenglot is a small human-like creature, usually around 10-15cm with long nails. The hair on its head is said to be able to grow over time. The face of a jenglot is shaped like a skeleton or a zombie. This creature has been found with joined feet, which makes it look like a mermaid.
Jenglots are mostly found by native psychics after they have performed a supernatural ceremony. Jenglot is a mystical creature found in Indonesia, especially in Java. Jenglots can be found everywhere, from under the ground, on a wrecked house roof, and even in the trunk of a huge tree.
Jenglot keepers feed their creature with blood, either animal blood (goat) or human blood. A person who feeds the creature with human blood buys the blood legally from the Indonesian Red Cross. The jenglot is said to not drink the blood directly. The person places the jenglot near the blood, but the jenglot doesn’t even move or touch the blood. It is said that the jenglot will get the nutrients of the blood in their own way.
This picture is a Fiji Mermaid. I’m not going to describe it to you because you can see clearly here how it looks like. I also have no idea about how old it is.
What’s on your mind if I mention Tuyul? Yup, you’re right. Tuyul is described as a tiny creature. This ghost is used to steal money and then given to the boss as the caretaker. The boss must run some ritual to make its activity running smoothly. My grandpa says that it likes to play with turtles. All you have to do just put the turtles let it plays and you can caught Tuyul easily. It isn’t that easy I think.