Creepy Stories and Tales Around the World
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This collection of scary stories and tales from around the world is perfect for Halloween. Each is reflective of what "scary" means depending on the culture. There could be creatures unknown to other countries but is popular to one. Open your mind to the unknown. Grab a copy and read these stories.

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Date de parution 20 décembre 2015
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9781682808153
Langue English

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Creepy Stories and Tales Around the World











Speedy Publishing LLC
40 E. Main St. #1156
Newark, DE 19711
www.speedypublishing.com
Copyright 2015
All Rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any way or form or by any means whether electronic or mechanical, this means that you cannot record or photocopy any material ideas or tips that are provided in this book









Slit-Mouthed Woman








A legend in Japan and China about a girl called Kuchisake-Onna, also known as the slit-mouthed woman. Some say that she was a samurai’s wife. One day, she cheated on her husband with a younger and better-looking man. When the husband returned, he discovered her betrayal; enraged








and furious, he took his sword and slit her mouth ear-to-ear.
According to the legend, children walking alone at night may encounter a woman wearing a surgical mask, which is not an unusual sight in Japan as people wear them to protect others from their colds or sickness.
The woman will stop the child and ask, “Am I pretty?” If the child answers no, the child is killed with a pair of scissors which the woman carries. If the child answers yes, the woman pulls away the mask, revealing that

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