|Powers and Abilities||Possession|
|Appearance||When occupying a human host they have green eyes, pointed teeth, and no genitals.|
|Episode(s)||11.19 The Chitters|
A cicada spirit that originated in the forests of Malaysia and are very rare in America. They emerge from underground around the time of the spring equinox and enter humans through the mouth, so they can mate and breed. The hosts die and the next generation is born and remains underground for 27 years until the cycle starts again.
In Gunnison, Colorado, the cycle of bisaan mating became an urban legend known as "the chitters." According to Etta Day, during spring equinox people in town would go nuts. They would be so consumed with lust that their eyes would glow like green emeralds. They would have orgies in the woods and then disappear, never to be heard from again. The "chitters" moniker came from the the buzzing and clicking sounds of the bisaan communicating.
When a bisaan possesses a human, the host will take on a pale appearance with pointed, thorn-like teeth, green glowing eyes. The possession eventually leads to loss of hair and genitalia. Bisaans communicate through a buzzing/clicking sound, especially to find a mate. After mating, the females hosts die and the larval bisaan gestate in their wombs for years before hatching.
Powers and Abilities
- Enhanced strength/durability.
- Can be killed by decapitation.
Bisaan in Lore
The bisan is a cicada spirit from the mythology of the Jakun people, who are an ethnic group of the Orang Asli, the indigenous people of Malaysia. They are said to protect the sacred camphor trees.