West Indies - Asema, Loogaroo, Sukuyan
Asema: An elderly person by day, a skin shedding ball of flying blue light by night, the Asema will drain a person to death if it liked the taste of their blood. Killed by sunlight (hence a mixture of seeds and nails will keep them busy - picking, dropping, picking... till dawn). Better yet, you can shrink the skin while they are a ball so they can't fit back into it.
Known in Surinam as the Asema, in Haiti as the Loogaroo and in Trinidad as the Sukuyan (also known as Sucoyan). Their roots are thought to be the Aziman of the Fo peoples of Benin.
Loogaroo (also known as Ligaroo): Supposedly a type of vampire-witch. Requires further research.
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