This was narrated by Charlie Grizo y Jareno, 41, and Jimmy Grizo y Hadap, 71 both farmers and residents of San Pascual, this town when they went to the police to report the death of Verginia Grizo y Binas, 34, a resident of the same place.
Charlie Grizo is the husband of the victim while Jimmy is her father-in-law.
The investigators said that Jimmy and Charlie arrived home from work at about 4:30 p.m. and saw Verginia in the comfort room, profusely bleeding in the stomach.
Immediately, they called a tricycle to bring her to the hospital.
While inside the tricycle, the victim allegedly said, "Dai niyo na ako pagparahiwagon ta sinapian ako ki dwende na itom. Maoli na ako sa Bicol" (Do not stop me because I was possessed by a black 'dwende.' I'm going home to Bicol.)
Asked if there was a previous misunderstanding between the husband and wife, Jimmy said there was none.
In his official statement, Jimmy added that for several times, they saw that a bad spirit was attached to the victim.
Meantime, Verginia's son said he saw his mother sharpen the bolo just before she stabbed herself.