These twins represent the Zangbeto. Zangbeto are a costume that resembles a haystack. The Yoruba legend tells that there are no humans under the costume, only spirits of the night. They are traditional voodoo guardians of the night in the Yoruba religion of Benin and Togo. Originally, they were created to scare the enemy away, wandering around the streets to detect thieves and witches. In the local language, it means “son of the night”, which translates to guardians of the night or watchmen. The measures are an average of both figures.