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God, can you imagine being in that little girl’s shoes? First, her mother died from burning herself alive, her father left her in a hand of someone else, and she’s always been followed by a horrifying ghost who wouldn’t leave her alone at all! Poor girl!
Who is here?
Thats really sad, I donno what i would do if that happened to me.
@th1nkp1nk91 The probably know what’s up. On my channel, jokes like that get them blocked automatically.
I’m surprised no jerk’s made a black joke 0.o then again ive only seen the first page of comments
@KaitoMiki Your comment cracked me up
@sakura94444 She burned herself.
Those eyes were freaky… O.O
@thebighorrer ….indeed Kayoko is a “Yūrei. And “Yūrei itself is composed of several sub-types of ghosts, so to speak. Funayūrei, ghosts of those who died at sea….Ubume, ghosts of mothers who return to care for their children (as was the subject of this episode) Kayoko belongs to the Onryō sub-type: ghosts who seek vengeance for the wrongs done to them when alive.
@geekeing what about kayoko from the grudge can that be called a “Yūrei”?
Somewhat reminds me of a Tim Matheson story about an abusive mother who convinces her kid that there are sinster spirits haunting him, who then promptly kills herself leaving the kid to torment.
That was really sad..
well…im soo not gunna sleep good tonight -.-…..^.^this story is good!
BRIX HAVE BEEN SHAT!
fuck man… i think this is the most creepy and scariest story. I didn’t see the figure at 3:21 (i was too spooked out to see it) but this whole story is just haunting… omg.
@KaitoMiki me too!
This is called “ditching” not “daycare.” That’s an a-hole if ever there was.
the eyes! those horid eyes why montecristo73? now i am traumatized. omg ,eyes
@KaitoMiki I did’nt see anything =[
@xJuneDecember ..you think ghosts still have freedom of choice? In Japanese folklore when a person dies strong emotions can prevent the Spirit from entering the Afterlife. The Spirit becomes a Yūrei. Until the reasons that bind a Yūrei to the mortal plane is satisfied and/or the proper rituals are preformed the Yūrei can not move on. It would seem among the waves of sadness and despair the mother had, mixed in that maelstrom was the mother’s love to be with her daughter.
@sdblosom …that is a unfair opinion of the Dad. You do not know the family situation. . There are many parents, single and couples who employ daycare, nannies, housekeepers who aid in the care of the children. Are all of those parent/parents also a-holes?
@montecristo73 I had to look away. i was seriously frightened. i still am.
damn i’d fucking shoot my self before lighting my self on fire. that was very scarey i do have to say
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