The Dance, by AvantFae.
The Bush Dai Dai, by Tiffanyturill
“The Bush Dai Dai is a succubus-like creature from the Afro-Caribbean tradition of Guyana. she prowls around the camps around Guyanese mines and seduces the miners into the woods, where she has her way with them, transforms into a terrible hybrid beast, and eats them.
The Dai Dai is classified as a Jumbee, a categorization of evil spirits of the Caribbean. These spirits are unique in that they draw on African, Amerindian, East Indian, Dutch, English, and even Chinese mythology.”
Ol’ Hige, by ~Bubblefine.
““Ol’ Hige is a witch who sheds her skin and flies by night, assuming the form of an owl. She harms people by sucking out their breath while they are sleeping, and is especially dangerous to babies.
Ol’ Hige’s habit of shedding her skin leaves her vulnerable. If you discover her skin, you merely need to put salt and pepper on it. She will be unable to put her skin back on because it will burn her too much. Without her skin, she can be killed.
Babies can be protected from Ol’ Hige by placing an open Bible in their cribs, or by using certain charms.
Of West African origin, Ol’ Hige is not confined to Jamaican folk tales, although she may be known by other names. In Trinidad she is called ‘Sukuyan’.”