Lawang Sewu is regarded as the most haunted building in Indonesia. The creepy structure was used by the Japanese to torture and kill prisoners during World War Two, and the tortured souls who lost their lives in the place still haunt it, making their presence known with dark apparitions, ghostly cries and wailing. One particular ghost is a famous Indonesian legend. She is known as the Kuntilanak, and is the distressed spirit of a pregnant woman who was abused and slaughtered by soldiers. Her blood-curdling cries echo through the dim tunnels and she is said to harm any men who enter the building as revenge for her cruel death.
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