понеделник, 26 ноември 2012 г.

Bakechochin

In Japanese folklore, a ghost lantern carried by ghosts, or obake. Bakechochin means “haunted lantern.” The lantern has eyes and a long tongue protruding from its mouth. It serves as a home for the ghosts of people 36 Bailey, Charles who died with hate still in their hearts and are thus earthbound. If a person mistakenly lights one of these haunted lanterns, the hateful ghost inside will jump out and attack.

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