Hauntings, cults, unsolved mysteries, UFOs, true crime, and bizarre accounts of unexplained phenomena.
Warning: This book will give you the creeps!
Welcome to the dark side of Japan. Real accounts of strange events, horrifying crimes, dangerous cults, disappearances, and more!
After a strange phone call to her boyfriend and some strange unexplained behavior, a schoolgirl goes missing on her way to her part-time job.
A group kidnaps the president of a candy corporation, demanding millions of dollars.
An abandoned school is said to be the most haunted location of Japan.
A left-wing extremist extremist group commits a series of unsettling crimes.
A captain and his flight crew of Japanese Airlines see a massive UFO in 1986.
A group of schoolgirls drive to a haunted location never to be heard from ever again.
Living ghost soldiers of the Japanese army that fought the war for almost 30 years!
These are just of few of the stories that are in this book. Some stories will give you the creeps, the chills. Some will leave you frightened, while others will leave you baffled by there unexplainable nature.
- True crime: monster with 21 faces
- The case of Tsubono spa
- The mystery money that appeared in Japan
- Poisoned drink murder mystery
- North Korean kidnappings
- The legend of Yamashita's Gold
- The living Japanese ghost soldiers who fought WW2 for almost 30 years
- Multiple possessions at a Japanese high school
- Japan's most haunted location: abandoned school of Hokkaido
- The deadly Aum Shinrikyo cult
- A Japanese politician was killed or was he assassinated
- The man from Taured
- The Asama-Sanso incident
- Tokyo's haunted park: human experiments of WW2
- Doryo temple haunting: murder, suicide, and a Japanese temple
- Strange phone call: Muroran high school girl disappearance
- Kokkuri, Japanese Ouija board game
- Hibagon: Japanese bigfoot sightings
- Urban legend: Alice murder mystery of Japan 1999-2005
- UFO encounter of flight 1628
- The haunted Kleenex commercial
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I'm afraid the narration was really rather poor. I might well have found the stories which I actually heard absorbing or even disquieting, had the narrator made any attempt to invest his voice with character or presence.