‘Di natatakot! Toff de Venecia shares creepy story about the ‘pasatsat’
Pangasinan 4th District Representative Christopher “Toff” de Venecia is on a hunt for scary stories!
The politiko shared the origin of the “pasatsat,” which hails from Pangasinense legend.
“Pasatsat came from the Pangasinan word ‘satsat’ which means to stab. Legend says that these ghosts are the slain soldiers and civilians from World War II. Upon encountering one, elders believe that rolling a reed mat and stabbing it will protect you from the pasatsat,” said De Venecia.
He then asked his followers to share other scary stories they know.
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Do you know about the legend of Pasatsat? Pasatsat came from the Pangasinan word “satsat” which means to stab. Legend says that these ghosts are the slain soldiers and civilians from the World War II. Upon encountering one, elders believe that rolling a reed mat and stabbing it will protect you from the Pasatsat. Have some spooky stories to share? Comment down below! #CDV #Pangasinan Maging laging updated! Follow us on our social media sites: Instagram: www.instagram.com/repcdevenecia Facebook: www.facebook.com/christopherdeveneciaCDV Twitter: www.twitter.com/repcdevenecia
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