In Haitian folklore, werewolf spirits known locally as Jé-rouge (red eyes) can possess the bodies of unwitting persons and nightly transform them into cannibalistic lupine creatures.
Another variation:  Many Haitians believe that je-rouges, cannibal werewolf-like monsters or evil spirits that inhabit people during the night, trick mothers into giving up their children by waking them at night and asking if they can take the child. Sleepy mothers may answer yes or no. Je-rouges spread this curse like vampires by injecting it into unsuspecting human targets through fangs.

In Haitian folklore, werewolf spirits known locally as Jé-rouge (red eyes) can possess the bodies of unwitting persons and nightly transform them into cannibalistic lupine creatures.

Another variation:  Many Haitians believe that je-rouges, cannibal werewolf-like monsters or evil spirits that inhabit people during the night, trick mothers into giving up their children by waking them at night and asking if they can take the child. Sleepy mothers may answer yes or no. Je-rouges spread this curse like vampires by injecting it into unsuspecting human targets through fangs.