What Does The 'Robinson Twin Snake' Look Like?


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James Parnell Profile
James Parnell answered
Allegedly, the "Robinson Twin Snake" is half-snake and half-boy. It is meant to be the twin of Robina Gokongwei-pe - the eldest child of John Gokongwei Jr, founder of the company JG Summit Holdings Inc.

The Robinson twin snake rumour
  • According to the urban myth, the Gokongwei family built the Robinsons mall in Manila as an area where their son (the twin snake) could roam freely.
  • As the legend goes, the snake somehow spies on women whilst they're in the mall's changing-rooms.
  • Some versions of the myth say that the snake does this via mirrors, whilst others say that there are cameras hidden within the stores in the mall.
  • Allegedly, the snake has installed trap doors on the floors of the changing rooms in the mall. When it's hungry, it simply presses a button - and the unsuspecting woman plunges through the door down into the basement - where the half-snake, half-boy lives.
  • The rumour also suggests that the monster preys on little children.
This urban myth was a widespread and popular rumour in the Philippines during the 1990s.
huang ruo Profile
huang ruo answered
You can't see it, it lives near the Amazon.
Amanda Wells Profile
Amanda Wells answered
Sorry to disappoint you but the Robinson's snake is just an urban myth. It was a story that developed in the Phillippines in the 1990s, originating in a department store. The story kept going in the media for quite a long time, but no snake was ever found.

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