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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Revisiting The Robinson Snake Man Urban Legend


Revisiting The Robinson Snake Man Urban Legend

There are several conspiracy theories regarding the existence of Reptilians, who supposedly rule and control mankind since the dawn of man. In the Philippines, an urban legend became very popular since the 90's. The urban legend is all about a mysterious serpentine creature that was rumored to be stalking mall shoppers and prey on children inside Robinson Galleria. It is also rumored that the snake man is an heir of the influential Gokongwei family.

Revisiting The Robinson Snake Man Urban Legend

This is the only famous example of Reptilian conspiracy theory in the Philippines, although it is well known to most Filipinos as an urban legend rather than a conspiracy theory. According to some reports the snakeman was rumored as John Gokongwei's son, a fraternal twin brother of Robina Gokongwei-Pe.The Gokongwei family is very wealthy and influential in the Philippines, they have assets worth billions of dollars. It is also rumored that the snakeman is in fact hermaphroditic, he can lay eggs made of gold and a source of the fortune of Gokongwei family.
 

Revisiting The Robinson Snake Man Urban Legend

Some Filipinos believe that the Snakeman is sentient and have a technological knowledge. He was given access to the mall's CCTV cameras and pick beautiful women. If he saw a woman he liked, he will simply press a button and the woman in a dressing room will be led to his chamber. These are conflicting versions of the urban legend. But the most well known rumor is that Filipina Actress Alice Dixon nearly became a prey of the snake, luckily she managed to escape. And it is reported that the influential family paid a huge amount of money for her silence.

 

The urban legend spread throughout the nation, and up to this day, is still remembered by many people and some even claim that it is true. Some Filipinos with a lot of knowledge about pop culture also believe that J.K Rowling was inspired by the urban legend and somehow influenced her 2nd novel in The Harry Potter Series, the Chamber of Secrets.

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