The Ahool is a bat-like creature, sometimes described by witnesses of having eerie feminine features. Like a siren, in some cases.
These bats are usually described as being five feet tall, and a large wingspan, as described by three U.S. Marines in Da Nang, Vietnam, 1969. The Ahool is also called The Vietnam Night Flyer, and to the Mayans: The Death Bat.
Sightings of mysterious human-sized bats have been reported in all corners of the world. They are described as having black or gray fur, a monkey-like face, clawed feet and a 10-15 foot wingspan.
In Brazil they are called "bat people." In Mexico, an ancient Mayan cult worshiped the "death bat." The rainforests of Java echo the cries of a bat creature called the "Athol" because of its distinct "a-hool" vocalization. In Vietnam they are known as "night flyers."
These winged humanoids are generally 5 feet tall with eerie feminine features. They are known to swoop down on their victims and attack several times.
They lurk in the darkest caves all over the world, and will repeatedly swoop upon their victims with claws and fangs. The Ahool is also described as being a giant Vampire Bat.
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