After 3 decades, Alice Dixson to open up about Robinsons 'snake'


Posted at Jul 21 2020 04:05 PM | Updated as of Jul 21 2020 05:07 PM

MANILA – Three decades since it supposedly happened, Alice Dixson is finally ready to tell her side of the story regarding an alleged serpentine creature that allegedly waits for its prey inside Robinsons Galleria’s fitting rooms. 

On Instagram, Dixson said she made a promise to a friend that she would tell her own version this year and she feels now is the right time to do it.

“Hindi ko gustong buhayin ang chismis; that is the farthest from my intention. Nais ko lng linawin ang mga naganap sa Robinson’s Galleria nun dalaga pa ako,” she said.

“Yes, 3 decades na! And I’ve never said a word or explained my side,” she added.

However, those interested in her account would have to wait for her upcoming vlog entry where she promised to narrate what really happened.

According to the popular yarn, once the mutant snake finds a woman it likes, it would flip a switch and the woman would drop through a hole in the floor, straight into its mouth.

Dixson was said to have survived the scary encounter, but was allegedly paid by the Gokongwei family to keep her silence.

There are other versions of the urban legend, including one that says the snake is really the twin brother of Robina Gokongwei, a daughter of the mall's owner, tycoon John Gokongwei.