Trinidad - Legawu, Loogaroo, Nigawu, Sukuyan
Legawu: Seems to be a term used interchangeably with Sukuyan. Further research required.
Loogaroo: Seems to be a term used interchangeably with Sukuyan. Further research required.
Lugaru: Seems to be another term used interchangeably with Sukuyan. Although it may well be a misspelling between itself and Loogaroo Further research required here also.
Nigawu: Seems to be a term used interchangeably with Sukuyan. Further research required.
Sukuyan: The Sukuyan from Trinidad, these vampires resemble the Loogaroo of Haiti. It would leave its skin at night, and travel as a blue ball of light in search of blood. If caught, a Sukuyan would undergo a transformation into an animal, and without its skin would be unable to resume humanoid form.
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