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More About Japanese Ghosts - Japanese Language - About.com
There are a few terms to describe Japanese ghosts. I have introduced "obake"
and "yuurei" in the previous article. In this article I will tell you about "youkai," and
Japan's Most Haunted Places - Weird Asia News
Posted on August 19, 2009. The Japanese believe that all humans have a spirit
or soul called a reikon. Ghosts are yurei, meaning “faint spirit.” If a person dies in
Japanese Ghosts Haunt Asian Art Museum
The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco hosts a night of spooky Japanese ghost
stories--about people who died with unpaid debts or unfulfilled obligations and ...
Paranormal Links - The Latest Paranormal Links
17 Practical Tips for Would-Be Ghost Hunters (added 7/28) Whether or not you
believe in ghosts, these are some common sense ideas to remember in the ...