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October 30, 2014

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Ok, so we cheated a bit with this TL;DR topic. Instead of talking about the perceptions of ghosts and the supernatural, we used this to tell ghost stories. It seemed right. It’s almost Halloween, after all! And if we just talked about the perception of ghosts and the supernatural I don’t think we’d be able to say much. We haven’t really met anyone that believes in it here in Korea. We met a lot more people in Canada in touch with the supernatural than we did here (because we’ve met none here), so I don’t think that’d make for good storytelling. The ghost stories themselves seem better!

Anyhow, a bit more info on the last story we mentioned: 빨간마스크 or Red Mask Lady originates from Japan where she’s know as Kuchisake-onna or Slit-Mouthed Woman. There are many origin stories, but the most old school one I found was her being a samurai’s wife who cheated on him and was then mutilated by her husband so no one would want her. She then became a vengeful spirit. Why she wouldn’t haunt just her husband…I don’t know! In Korea she is rumoured to be a victim of plastic surgery gone wrong or a crazy women that chases children and tries to kill them. I’m guessing the chasing children one is a story used to get kids home at night. Buuuuuuut in 2004 there were reports in Korea of a woman wearing a red mask who was seen chasing children. Apparently the legend of the Red Mask Lady goes back as far as 1970 in Japan and Korea and has been creeping people out for a long time.

I’m sure the fact that both Japan and Korea use face masks which are commonly worn by average people helps to make the story more creepy and believable, while in other parts of the world it would be weird just to see someone in a medical face mask walking around to begin with! Oh! Also, something we forgot to mention about the story is that the only way to survive an encounter with the red mask lady is by answering her question about being pretty with “You look so-so” or “You look average” and then freaking running for it. Supposedly she gets confused and you get the chance to run awaaaaaaay.

Bunshinsaba

Here’s another supernatural thing in Korea you should know about. It’s really big in schools, and just about every student knows about it. Basically, bunshinsaba is a ritual for summoning ghosts. Here’s how you do it!

Prepare: a piece of paper, a pen, one friend
1. Write O, X on the piece of paper
2. Gently grab the pen with your friend (be relaxed as much as possible)
3. Say “Bunshinsaba Bunshinsaba OiDe Kudasai” twice and ask a question. For example, “ghost-dude, are you here?” Supposedly, your hand will be moved by the ghost, Bunshinsaba. If it moves to the O, that’s a yes. X means no.
4. Repeat the ritual for the next question.
*Important to note, you should use polite language to the ghost.
5. To end the ritual, say “Bunshinsaba” twice and ask “May I finish?” If your pen goes to O, tear up the paper, break the pen, and burn it. If the pen goes to X, try asking a few more times until the ghost answers with a O. If you don’t tear up the paper and burn the materials you might be possessed by the ghost.

There’s actually a movie called Bunshinsaba which was released in 2012 and Bunshinsaba 2 which came out in 2013, if you feel like doing more research on the topic. Neither were really famous movies, though.

So that’s it for this week’s TL;DR. Hope you have a happy Halloween! Stop by our cafe if you’re in the area. If you’re in costume and say “Trick or Treat” to the baristas, they’ll give you candy. Not lots, mind you: we’re not like those neighbours you had as a kid that give entire candy bars for Halloween. Damn those neighbours! But we will have something for you, and it’ll feel like home in a way, walking up a lawn and trick or treating at someone’s house :D

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  1. Bunshinsaba sounds similar to the Ouija board in trying to contact a ghost but much more simpler and it as well has at least one movie coming out I think based on an older movie. Though you really can’t destroy the ouija board and planchette like you could with the pen and paper nor do I know how to end a session with the Ouija since I never tried they just sound similar.

    5 years ago
  2. I’m from Michigan, USA, and about ten minutes away from where I live, there is this “haunted” area where a burned down church used to be. Apparently a man got possessed, and burned it down while there was a church sermon inside, killing everyone who was in the church at the time. (When actually, two kids were playing behind the church with matches and accidentally burned it down- no one got hurt!) Then after the man burned the church down, he hung himself.
    At night, when you drive by the area, one of two things will happen; your car will break down right in front of where the church used to be, OR, a ghost dog will run out in front of your car and you will crash it where the church used to be. Then you will get out of your car, and SEE THE DEAD MAN HANGING FROM THE TREES!!!!1!!! SO SCARY.

    The area is still pretty scary though, because the KKK like to have gatherings there. My friends and I were taking a kid to the area so he could experience the SCARY, aaaaand the KKK were there, and two of my friends in the car were black, so we had to speed by the area as fast as we could and have them crouch over in their seat so they wouldn’t be easily spotted.

    KKK>>>>>>>>>>>ghosts

    5 years ago
  3. I don’t really have ghost stories from my area to tell but I do have some experiences. The house I used to live in seemed to have something there. I always hated staying home alone.

    Anywho, on to the stories: One time my mom left for work, and when she came home her bed was made. She asked my sister and I if we had went into her room and we told her no, that the door had been closed all day. My mom and sister also said that they had seen a woman in a long white dress sometimes walking around outside the house.

    Another time, a group of my friends were over and I was telling them about stuff that happens around the house. We were all sitting in the living room and the front door was locked (with a blot lock). My mom mentioned that she didn’t mind the ghost around the house and that she was welcome anytime. As she said this the front door opened all by itself. With the lock still intact.

    The last thing I remember happening was a night my friend stayed with me. My room was in the back of the house, next to the kitchen. My sister’s room was next to mine. So, my friend and I had stayed up late and were finally getting ready to sleep. As we were laying down we heard what sounded like a cabinet open in the kitchen, then a bowl slide across the counter. It then sounded like popcorn starting to pop. We just assumed it was my sister and thought nothing of it. When we woke up the next morning, we found out that my sister had stayed the night with a friend and hadn’t been home. Then thinking about it we finally realized that the kitchen light never turned on…and that we didn’t hear the microwave.

    5 years ago
  4. I’m from Galicia (Spain) and we have a great supernatural culture. I suppose the reason is because Galicia is a very rainy place so people gathered together by a fire at their houses and talked about ghost stories or the strange things a neighbor saw in the forest. Now only old people from rural area really believe in ghosts, like my grandmother. I am a doctor now, but when I was a student I had a box full of real human bones in my bedroom for studying Anatomy. My grandmother almost faint when she found out I had that box, and begged me thousands of times to treat that bones with respect. She was afraid that the spirits of the owners of that bones could do something bad to me while I was sleeping. She was so relieved when I returned the bones to the cemetery.
    The belief in death omens are very common here as well and the most known is “A Santa Compaña” (The Holy Company). It is a procession of souls in torment wandering the forests and the paths of the villages at midnight that force you to join them once you see them.
    But as I said before, only some old people believe in this kind of things.
    Finally, I was shocked with that korean thing with hands coming up in the toilet. Seriously, you are a ghost, you could do anything you want, but you decide to grab poops and tickle random asses. That makes no sense.

    5 years ago
  5. What about the Bongcheon-Dong Ghost? or it was just a comic/internet thing? If you don´t know what I am talking about, enjoy buuu http://comic.naver.com/webtoon/detail.nhn?titleId=350217&no=31

    Here in my country (Guatemala) we have “El cadejo”, who is a scary dog but supposedly takes care of drunk people haha, also “La Sigüanaba”, who from behind appears to be a pretty girl but in reality has the face of a horse and scares men who are unfaithful until driving them crazy or eventually kill them off by a scare. There is also “La llorona”, who is always looking for her lost children, this one is the one that maybe kids are scared the most because we were told that she kidnapped children so at certain hour we were really afraid to get out of home.

    5 years ago
    • ooohhh, I’ve heard of La llorona! That is a majorly scary ghost right there!

      5 years ago
    • I had never heard of that comic before, so I clicked on the link and started reading. I only got to the scene where the creepy lady turns around….scared the living crap outta me!!!!!! I’m done! YIKES!

      5 years ago
    • Yeah, we had that comic on the list, but it’s a bit too terrifying. Really well done, but holy shit is it traumatic!

      5 years ago
    • that’s what i was thinking too xD i was surprised no one else had mentioned it

      5 years ago
  6. I love that the solution to red mask lady is to just be non-committal. The solution to so many conflicts.

    5 years ago
  7. Oooh! Halloween themed TL;DR!

    I’m Pagan, so the holiday we celebrate (depending on tradition) Samhain. It’s when the veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest. It was also a festival to celebrate the harvest in old times. It’s one of the major rituals on the Wiccan or Pagan calender. It signifies the beginning of the colder weather and the “death” of the earth.

    My own personal experience with ghosts and spirits is a twofold one. A few years ago a medium told me that someone with the name Theresa was watching over me and protecting me. I didn’t thing anything of it. So when I went to the cemetery on Samhain I went to visit my cousin’s and grandmother’s graves (remember that bit). After visiting my cousin’s grave, I went to my grandma’s grave. When I saw the tombstone I fell down to my knees and cried. Why? Because my grandma’s name (leaving out my last name) was Mary Theresa.
    Another Samhain, I went to visit again and something happened. When I went to get ready to go leave after visiting my cousin’s grave (I had not been to her grave since she was buried) and turned around to say goodbye. I saw a full bodied shadow around my cousin’s height looking right at me! It was both comforting and sad at the same time. Ever since, I go on Samhain to pay my respects when I can.

    As for haunted locations where I live, there are many. There’s a bar that’s haunted that I go to that was investigated by a few paranormal societies and they post some of the antics one of the ghosts on YouTube from time to time.

    5 years ago
  8. Growing up the only two stories that were prevalent that I can remember are La Llorona, which I see a few have already posted about below, and Bloody Mary. La Llorona scared me as a child lol. Even my mom, who was from Atlanta and didn’t grow up on that story, got in on it with me dad to scare us into behaving. They would tell us if we misbehaved they would call La Llorona to come take us. Bloody Mary never really scared me, it was just fun to play with the kids at daycare. But I wouldn’t mind trying it again if it this was the case http://avengeyours.tumblr.com/post/94318499331/avengersonna-did-you-know-that-if-you-say ;)

    5 years ago
  9. I remember my uncle’s ghost story he told me. I don’t know if it’s true, but he swore on his life it was and I was like ok whatever. Anywayyyy, he lived in this crummy, broken down apartment building where there were 6 floors. There was a window on the roof that allowed the sunlight to reach in, but other than that, there was basically no light. No one bothered to change the light bulbs after they went out. They lived on either the 3rd or 4th floor, but anyway, his dad would always tell him to go to this dude on the 6th floor because that dude and him were friends. Whenever he would go up to the 6th floor though, there was an old woman with a hunch back who would offer him cookies. Everyday, she would stand outside her door and offer him a cookie, but one day she didn’t and he saw that the door was open. He said that somehow the door squeaked open by itself and when he walked in, the old lady was there in her bathroom and her hunchback was cut open with a bunch of flies all around. He ran away crying and one day, the police was coming around asking if they knew the woman had died. They said no and they said she had been dead there for a few weeks now. This means whoever was giving my uncle those cookies was maybe, possibly, a ghost.

    5 years ago
  10. Ah~ probably one of my favorite TL;DR’s. I actually remember hearing the legend of the Slit-Mouthed Woman and the films made out of this legend. Apparently the legend also states that if she ask you “am I pretty?” and you reply back with the same questions she will stand there dazed and confused giving you a reasonable amount of time to run away. Not going to lie when I first looked up images and watched one of the films over a year ago, I did have nightmares for a good week. But I think urban legends and ghost stories are great for entertainment, especially around the time of Halloween. One story here in New Jersey, is in a town next to mine (Middletown) there’s a bridge called “Cry Baby Bridge” and the stories that go along with the legend include that a woman through her baby over the bridge one night or somehow a baby drowned underneath the bridge. Apparently if you stop there at 1AM you can hear the baby crying. Furthermore if you stop on the bridge and turn off your car, it won’t restart. I also heard a rumor of the road being the spot for KKK meetings and supposedly a KKK white pick up truck drives along the road and follows your car. I’ve also heard sometimes you see a mans shadow in the water and he’s running towards your car. I’ve never experienced incidents like that, but I will admit that if you actually go to the bridge and sit there with your car off at the dead of night, it’s completely terrifying! There’s actually a bunch of creepy and scary ghost stories on weirdnj.com like the legend of the Jersey Devil. I think also in New York the legend of Sleepy Hollow (The Headless Horseman) is a well-known legend and ghost story.

    Here’s a fun story: Several years ago, when my Great-Grandfather died, I spent the summer at my Great-Grandmother’s house in Pennsylvania and after we cleaned off her entire kitchen counter she realized the necklace he gave her wasn’t around her neck so we both left to see if she left it in her bedroom on her nightstand. Now, it was only me and her in the house. When we came back to the kitchen, there it was sitting right in the middle of the counter when it wasn’t there before when we cleaned the entire counter off. Talk about spooky. 0_o

    5 years ago
  11. Oh man, I hate ghost stories and horror movies. I knew I shouldn’t have watched this! So many nightmares :( But even though I’m a total scaredy cat this was still really funny.
    In terms of ghost stories? The most notable one isn’t really a “ghost story” per se, but is a really interesting play called The Dybbuk (which was a type of vengeful spirit, someone who died before they were able to achieve something they really wanted, among Jews in Eastern Europe). It’s basically a cross between Romeo & Juliet and The Exorcist – guy and girl are fated to be together but girl’s father decides to marry her to someone else, guy drops dead when he hears about it and then possesses girl on her wedding day, refusing to leave until her father repents for screwing with their fated love. There’s a (terrible) movie version, but the actual play is really good although really freaking sad. But in the play, they also talk about an old E European Jewish custom that the bride would go to the graveyard and invite dead relatives to her wedding, but you had to be careful to only invite close relatives because if you invited the wrong people, your close relatives’ spirits might get angry that you’re just inviting any old someone and they might ruin your wedding or something like that.

    5 years ago
  12. My face looks just like that Spudgy drawing with an exclamation mark!!!!!!

    5 years ago
  13. Friday I’m gonna tell all my friends who r going trick or treating the mask woman story *evil laugh*

    5 years ago
  14. I learned everything I know about Korean ghosts from Master’s Sun <3 I especially remember the episode about hooking up unmarried ghosts, it was a sweet story
    I never "celebrated" Halloween in Germany and it's not popular here in China unless you know American/Canadian expats, which I do, so this year I will go to my first Halloween party ever!
    (and the obligatory question: are there any other Shanghai nasties??)

    5 years ago
    • I was thinking about the exact same thing (episode) when they mentioned the unmarried ghosts!!! lol! :D

      “Master’s Sun” and then the drama “Bride of the Century” ^^

      5 years ago
  15. AH GOD

    Oh boy. I seriously jumped and made an embarrassing “heep!” sound when the head suddenly popped up. Boy. Put a warning on that video! (Just joking… I didn’t expect to be scared by your stories, but I guess I was wrong.)

    5 years ago
  16. Hmm so I’m Canadian too^^ and of course we have trick or treating here (although less and less people go out every year :() We also have Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland which is sooo busy all the time :V

    But I think movie and story wise.. We’ve really come to trying anything to scare people lately especially movies.. which seem to be getting more and more messed up each year.. I find a lot of horror movies now don’t even involve ghosts or monsters.. more so uhmm cereal killers? Or killers who murder people very gruesomely.. ><)

    But I do have a friend in Korea who says a lot of her friends like to play around with ghost stories in their free" time (often about schools, grades, teachers, looks, boys as you mentioned)

    5 years ago
    • Opps! Serial killers*** I can’t believe I actually wrote cereal killers :”D

      5 years ago
    • I also remember telling stories like Bloody Mary in around 5th grade! Where you’d go into the washroom and do a variety of things and she would show up and do something to you?

      5 years ago
  17. This spooky place is in the next town, well-scary http://youtu.be/66Eql1YfN-o?list=PLIWvN_6JJOxDOK7m_wIkb6SgQHZb49Iw_ Hobart on the whole has loads of ghosts’ and ghost walks, loads of fun!

    5 years ago
  18. Ghost stories? Plenty. Let me introduce you to CreepyPasta, home of the ghost stories and ghost summoning games: http://www.creepypasta.com/

    5 years ago
  19. In Finland we have “etiäinen” (announcers) an image, doppelgänger or just an impression that goes ahead of a person, doing things the person in question later does. For example, people waiting at home might hear the door close or even see a shadow or a silhouette, only to realize that no one has yet arrived. After that the REAL person comes home, going through the same routine that the etiäinen did.

    Also in Finnish folklore ghosts are just like normal people, only they don’t speak…

    5 years ago
  20. My friend showed me the beongcheong-dong ghost and its really scary. There’s also a second part to it which is at the train station..

    5 years ago
  21. Guise now I’m so scared because of this ;; Unfortunately Halloween in Argentina isn’t that popular but I’d love to celebrate it in the American way
    There’s some ghosts stories, mostly in the countryside. There’s one about a big black werewolf. It’s the seventh male son of a family that it turns into the ‘Lobisón’ (big dog/wolf) that would cause horror and scared the shit out of you but at the end of the night he would turn into his human form and wouldn’t remember what happened. To kill it, you’ll need a silver bullet blessed by seven churches. Since I am
    person who feels great fear & hate horror stories, I hate going to the countryside at night (?) Anyhow, that Red Mask Lady story was scary as well ;O;

    5 years ago
  22. one korean horror story/comic i know about that was actually posted on naver is the bongcheon-dong ghost story, i’m honestly surprised that no one has mentioned it because it was pretty popular a couple years ago – it still scares the crap out of me.

    5 years ago
    • I saw a let’s play of that. Bruised my legs from jumping out of my seat.

      5 years ago
      • literally me every time i read it xD it scares me so much but i can’t stop going back to it ‘cus it’s such a good scare.

        5 years ago
    • Oh, I know that one! I think it’s so cool how it works. I remember it being quite startling the first time I read it. And then I tried to trick my little sister into reading it as well, she’s such a wimp when it comes to scary things.

      5 years ago
      • i thought it was really cool too, at least after i wasn’t so scared from it xD and shame on you for trying to trick your little sister into reading it! =P heheh not really i’d probably do the same tbh.

        5 years ago
    • Tell the story please!

      5 years ago
      • i can give you a link to it if you’d like ^^ since it’s more of a comic that you can read, and it includes jumpscares and stuff.

        5 years ago
        • Ooo I think I know what it is then. But go ahead and post it if you want

          5 years ago
  23. I don’t havee a creepy story, but maybe you might find this creepy. In Google maps, there is a location that looks all distorted… https://www.google.com/maps/@42.4355105,-73.787144,3a,75y,62.69h,90t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1s4eUimIVKSDDYW0pBh9IUcg!2e0

    5 years ago
  24. Have you played the game before? Here in the states we have ouija boards, of which you can actually buy in Toys R Us. I wonder if there are other Ghost communication devises/ games around the world…

    5 years ago
  25. So my family is from Honduras so I havent really heard ghost stories from there per-say. However in church we’ve encountered very scary demonic behavior. My husband is from Mexico and there are a couple stories from there. The first being the story of La Llorona: this is directly from wikipedia because the story changes depending on what region its being told.
    La Llorona: Although several variations exist, the basic story tells of a beautiful woman by the name of Maria who drowns her children in order to be with the man that she loved. The man would not have her, which devastated her. She would not take no for an answer, so she drowned herself in a river in Mexico City. Challenged at the gates of Heaven as to the whereabouts of her children, she is not permitted to enter the afterlife until she has found them. Maria is forced to wander the Earth for all eternity, searching in vain for her drowned offspring, with her constant weeping giving her the name “La Llorona”.

    The second one I know is more of a tactic parents use to get their kids to go inside. They say that the cuycuy is going to get you. Its like saying, “come here little jimmy or the monster is going to get you!” There really isnt any back story behind that one. Oh and lets not forget everyone’s favorite…. the chupacabra!!!!! (Goat blood sucking creature that scaresn little kids as well)

    Oh fun fact of the night, although unrelated! I made powerballs! Oh my goodness they are soooooooooooo gooooooooooood!!!! Love you guys! Take care!

    5 years ago
    • Oh I made a mistake its the Kookuy, not cuycuy. Lol

      5 years ago
    • The Chupacabra scares the shit out of me ;;

      5 years ago
      • Its just a story! But I totally get it, when i first heard it on Univision I didnt want to go outside alone! The chupacabra has been on Univision (a hispanic news channel) multiple times! !!

        5 years ago
        • OMG yes! Here in Argentina, people made a huge huuuge fuss out of it, and, bcs I was like 7, 8 years old it really scared me. Damn it, Mr. Chupacabra

          5 years ago
  26. In mexico there is the legend of the La Llorona or the weeping woman. Which my mom often used to scare us if we were bad. Basically the llorona drowned her children to be with a man but he rejected her and so she drowned herself to be with her children but because of what she did she was left always looking for her children. So my mom used to tell us that the llorona would take us if we were naughty.

    5 years ago
    • As a child the story of La Llorona scared the hell out of me. I live right on the US/Mexico border and the house I grew up in was “across the street” from the Rio Grande. So anything strange in the area around the water would freak us out. This could be why anytime I have nightmares, it always takes place in that area XD.

      5 years ago
  27. Apparently my mom and dad had a haunted mattress at one point. Either one of them would be laying in bed and they would hear someone walk in, but when they rolled over there was nobody there. My mom also woke up to feeling a cold hand draped across her chest. Both of them felt someone climb in bed, but again there was nobody there. My aunt also saw legs walking through the hallway that led to the room where the mattress was. (This is the closest I’ve got to a ghost story. It is a story about a ghost though.) The mattress was destroyed when pipes broke and flooded their apartment.

    5 years ago
  28. Halloween is not big in Malaysia…we don’t go trick-o-treating or dress up as ghosts. :(
    But as for the ghost stories, we’ve got plenty. There’s this ghost called a ‘pontianak’ which is like a female, unmarried vampire. There’s also this ‘orang minyak’ which is like an oily, pervert man that sneaks up on girls and molests them. ‘Toyol’ and ‘jin’ are pretty popular as well. We’ve got a highway that’s rumored to be haunted called the Karak Highway. Lots of accidents happen there because supposedly you’d see a ghost in your backseat when you look into your rear view mirror.

    5 years ago
  29. Awesome! The Bunshinsaba reminds me of the game Kokkuri that was played in the anime xxxHolic (episode 3). Relatively same principle combined a bit with ouija board divination. Interesting how these games are popular among students.

    5 years ago
    • There’s a new anima called “Kokkuri san” that plays this game too. But…..it’s comedy. XD

      5 years ago
  30. Hand coming out of the toilet makes me think of Zelda Majora’s Mask. xD

    5 years ago
    • I never played that one. I just finished Wind Waker, though! And I’m playing Hyrule Warriors now, too :D

      5 years ago
      • Majora’s Mask is one of my favorites! I have Hyrule Warriors, but I’ve barely had a chance to play it yet. I’ve been busy doing this silly school thing, psshhh, I really need to stop that.

        5 years ago
  31. I don’t know how true this is but ever since I was little, my mom told me how there was this old lady from our village/town in China who everyone thinks has been possessed by a ghost for years. If you go visit her (like my mom did) you can hear her before you see her. I say hear because she constantly stamps her feet like a galloping horse (as my mom described). I thought my mom only told me this story to scare me as a little girl but just a couple days ago she told me this story again. She said she had been talking on the phone with the old lady’s relative/caretaker and she could hear the same sound over the phone!

    5 years ago
  32. i thought that was the mating call when is cold…the squating toilet is horror itself as i can see….the hand is from the neighbor below trying to plug you …lol

    5 years ago
  33. Do they have Halloween? If they do, how do they celebrate it?

    5 years ago
  34. the bunshinsaba thing reminds me of ouija. i’m not sure if you guys have heard of it (there is a horror movie called ouija coming out soon) but basically there is a board with the words “goodbye”, “yes”, “no” and the alphabet on it. there’s a small piece with a hole in it. everybody playing puts their hand on the piece and asks a spirit to join them. the piece (and everybody’s hands) should move to yes to begin the session. any player can then ask a question and the piece (with everybody’s hand touching it) should move to “yes” or “no” or spell out the answer with the letters on the board. you can keep asking questions until you want to end the game. you have to tell the spirit you want to end the session and the spirit should move the piece to “goodbye”. you have to end the session with “goodbye” or else you don’t close the connection between the spirits and humans.

    I played this once at summer camp and it was interesting. It actually worked. I personally don’t believe in spirits so i still don’t know how this thing works lol

    5 years ago
    • My parents are so superstitious about Ouija boards that we aren’t allowed to even think about trying one out.

      5 years ago
    • Ususally Ouija’s won’t work with just one person but my friend had one that would totally work with just one person. And no it wasn’t just her saying “No I’m totally not moving it”, it used to work just for me (and I was not moving it). It was weird. We made friends with the ghost haunting it! :D

      5 years ago
  35. You guys are kinda crappy at telling ghost stories…funny but crappy! XD

    By the way, did you know that when you try to watch the video through this page, it’s all jumpy and stuff. I mean not super jumpy but enough that I go to youtube to watch and come back to read the post. Maybe it’s just me.

    5 years ago
  36. do they trick or treat in korea like in the states?

    5 years ago
  37. Seriously debating whether or not to watch this at 1:38AM or not…
    Oh well, SLEEP IS FOR THE WEAK! (I’m so weak TT-TT)

    5 years ago
  38. This is perfect! I have been looking for things to satisfy my need to read ghost stories and such. I love ghost stories and horror stories especially around Halloween time. Halloween is by far my favorite holiday.

    5 years ago
    • On a side note. Yesterday was my marching band’s band-o-ween and I was so excited because it was the first time that I’ve dressed up for Halloween in years. I found a super cute Stitch costume from Lilo and Stitch. It was so warm to try and rehearse in, but I had so much fun watching people on campus do double takes as I was walking up to rehearsal.

      5 years ago
  39. I REFUSE TO WATCH THIS. I HATE EVERYTHING HORROR.

    5 years ago