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Okiku: Ghost Story of Japanese Haunted Devil Doll - In 1938 the family moved to shakalin Suzuki, doll okiku Mannenji finally deposited in a temple in Hokkaido. According to the priest at the temple, a traditional Japanese doll is always short-haired, he also confirmed that the doll’s hair continues to elongate okiku, although the cut and hold a regular basis, but the hair grows. According to the temple, traditional dolls originally had short cropped hair. (continued in comments)

Okiku: Ghost Story of Japanese Haunted Devil Doll - In 1938 the family moved to shakalin Suzuki, doll okiku Mannenji finally deposited in a temple in Hokkaido. According to the priest at the temple, a traditional Japanese doll is always short-haired, he also confirmed that the doll’s hair continues to elongate okiku, although the cut and hold a regular basis, but the hair grows. According to the temple, traditional dolls originally had short cropped hair. (continued in comments)

The 10 Creepiest Places on Earth

The 10 Creepiest Places on Earth

Kabayan is a collection of man made caves in The Philippines. Each cave is filled with mummies. And there are so many caves that it's easy to get lost...among thousands of mummies...that look spry enough to leap right out of their pods.

Anthropodermic bibliopegy is the practice of binding books with human skin.  The above images show Leonard Smithers's edition of Hans Holbein’s Dance of Death bound in human skin.

Anthropodermic bibliopegy is the practice of binding books with human skin. The above images show Leonard Smithers's edition of Hans Holbein’s Dance of Death bound in human skin.

Scenes from the legend of Gazi - Part 9, a scroll painting - Murshidabad District Bengal India - Circa 1800 This is a story of miracle-working Muslim saints, including Gazi and Manik. This type of long scroll painting was used by itinerant storytellers in rural Bengal, as a visual aid to a spoken narration of the myths and exploits of the painted scenes.

Scenes from the legend of Gazi - Part 9, a scroll painting - Murshidabad District Bengal India - Circa 1800 This is a story of miracle-working Muslim saints, including Gazi and Manik. This type of long scroll painting was used by itinerant storytellers in rural Bengal, as a visual aid to a spoken narration of the myths and exploits of the painted scenes.

Manuscript-Metaliʿü'l-saadet ve yenabiʿü-l-siyadet Seyyid Mohammed ibn Emir Hasan el-Suʿudî, 1582, Gallica,BnF

Manuscript-Metaliʿü'l-saadet ve yenabiʿü-l-siyadet Seyyid Mohammed ibn Emir Hasan el-Suʿudî, 1582, Gallica,BnF

Sea serpent, deviourrng a ship. From Conrad Gesner's 1588 Historia Animalium.

Sea serpent, deviourrng a ship. From Conrad Gesner's 1588 Historia Animalium.

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