Did you know these bizarre films are based on creepy urban legends?
Jun 12, 2013 · There is a legend in Japan and China about a teen called Kuchisake-Onna, also known as the slit-mouthed woman. Some say that she was a samurai’s wife.
A suburban town in Japan is the victim of what is supposedly just an urban legend, a woman’s spirit with a horribly disfigured face who is intent on napping
Urban legend has it, if you read the poem out loud, you will die. Check out this creepy video. Even the person who made it doesn’t read it out loud themselves.
Kuchisake Onna, also known as The Slit-Mouthed Woman, is a scary Japanese urban legend about a disfigured Japanese woman who brandishes a large scissors and
The Smiley Face is a creepy urban legend from Europe about a man who does terrible things to teens who walk home alone at night. This story is also known as The
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Oct 19, 2015 · Experts explain the ancient Japanese legend of Kuchisake-Ona, a slit-mouthed woman who attacks ren, in this scene from “Cannibals and Killers.”
The original legend. According to the legend, she covers her mouth with a cloth mask, a fan, or a scarf. The woman will ask a potential victim “Am I pretty?”
Japan has a rich cultural history. Though this makes for great food, beautiful dress, and fascinating festivals, we cannot forget the Japanese tradition of Kaidan