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Angus Ngulabe died on April 7th of that year. But at around 2:00 am, on the night after his funeral, his widow, Joyce Mbewe, and members of her family, were woken by a howling gale and the dull thud of something hitting the thatched roof of their house in Barlastone Park, Lusaka. Whatever it was then rolled off the... show more Angus Ngulabe died on April 7th of that year. But at around 2:00 am, on the night after his funeral, his widow, Joyce Mbewe, and members of her family, were woken by a howling gale and the dull thud of something hitting the thatched roof of their house in Barlastone Park, Lusaka. Whatever it was then rolled off the roof and hit the ground.
Update: As the wind died down, the family heard the voice of a man asking the “mother of Banda” to let him in. The widow’s sister plucked up the courage to answer the door and allegedly found a “small humanoid creature whose features varied from a cat to an owl”.
Update 2: The creature’s left foot was injured and dripped with blood. As the family watched, the creature grew and took the form of a man. He claimed to have been traveling on an aircraft and said that he had come to eat the flesh of his grandfather.
Update 3: The police were summoned and took him away – suspecting that he was a wizard. He said his name was Kalasa Nswiba and that he was 70 years old. He had crash-landed because relatives of the man who had died in the area (Angus Ngulube) had fortified the place with strong Juju. As good Christians, Mr Ngulube’s family... show more The police were summoned and took him away – suspecting that he was a wizard. He said his name was Kalasa Nswiba and that he was 70 years old. He had crash-landed because relatives of the man who had died in the area (Angus Ngulube) had fortified the place with strong Juju. As good Christians, Mr Ngulube’s family denied this, putting it down to the superior power of God
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