Ghost Hunt

Season 1 Episode 8

FILE 3: After School Cursed Person #2

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Aired Unknown Nov 21, 2006 on TV Tokyo
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FILE 3: After School Cursed Person #2
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Spirits are everywhere in the school and people have started to exorcise the rooms to remove the spirits. Meanwhile, a teacher is involved in a car accident and blames Kasai for she believes that Kasai was cursing her. Then the group finds voodoo dolls that is used to torture and torment people. Everyone blamed Kasai as well for they believe the teacher's word.moreless
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  • tu

    9.5
    suatu tempat itu mesti ade penungu nye....

    sebabnye ialah kite perlu kuat kan iman kite untuk itu??

    tuhan itu selalu bersama kte walau kte beradedima pon??

    sebab tuhan itu maha pegasih dan maha pegasih,maha pengampon??kte perlu lah menunai kan pe yang telah dibuat untuk kte semua???buat lah ape yg tlhdi buat kte???sebanye tuhan itu lah yang membuat kte di muke bumi ini???

    tpi sayg nye manusia ini telah lupe daratan dan selalu membuat dosa seperti nyer minum arak..berzina....dan banya lagi???kti perlu saembahyang 5 waktu sehari..untuk mendapatkan berkat dari tuhan...kte perlu lah melakukan bende semua itu semua??di akhrat sane tuhan akan menghitung kebajikan yg telah kite buat di bumi ini??moreless

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    • Will-O-The-Wisps
      Oni-bi or "demon fire" that is globes representing people's souls. These flames are often seen on volcanoes. Likewise, they may appear during light rain in wetlands or marshes as hovering blue flames and are thought to be swamp gas spontaneously igniting; their actual cause, however is still unknown. Also called shadow flames, spirit fire, fox fire (kitsune-bi), fire balls or St. Elmo's fire
      In Western folklore, will-o-the-wisps are believed to be mischievous spirits that lead travellers astray, potentially bringing them to harm.

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