The existence of paranormal entities is widely debated. Some people have direct experience with non-human and non-living beings, while some dismiss the idea as ridiculous. No matter what you believe, you have probably heard the following terms in reference to supernatural entities and while some terms seem interchangeable, these refer to specific presence.
Spirit - General term for any non-physical entity.
Ghost - The most common term used to refer to a spirit is “ghost”, but “ghost” refers only to spirits of once-living things, like humans and animals.
Poltergeist - The term “poltergeist” refers to two kinds of supernatural activity. One involves spirits, human or otherwise, that cause havoc or chaos. These spirits often manipulate electronics and objects to elicit a reaction from the living. The second form of poltergeist haunting has to do with energies emitted from children or adolescents that manifest physically and cause chaos.
Thoughtforms - Thoughtforms are entities created by thought energy. Though they are usually created for a certain purpose, they can often develop a mind of their own and their own agendas.
Residual Hauntings - Residual hauntings are caused by leftover energy or emotions from a specific event that leaves an imprint in the physical world. These hauntings may manifest as a recurring physical events, such as a certain object being moved over and over again or a specific sound being heard with no source.
Shadow People - Shadow People are figures seen on the edge of one’s vision. They are considered to be bad omens
Parasitic Entities (Demons) - Parasitic entities (including what some refer to as Demons) are supernatural beings that feed off of the energy of a living host or victim.
Doppelgangers - Doppelgangers are spirits that appear in the form of a living person. They are known to appear to a person as themselves to warn them of their imminent death.
Guides - These spirits could have once been human, but do that is not always the case. They linger close to certain people in order to watch over them. These spirits are known to communicate with mediums.
I am very proud to announce that these guys are now for sale!
Each of them are hand crafted, hand sewn, and movable – both the limbs AND eye are able to move.
These guys are made from minky, wire, and glass for the eye – and stuffed to be huggable (if you dare, of course). The size is 9″ by 9″ with the limbs/tentacles stretched out (give or take a few inches), while the body is 3 to 4″ by itself with the limbs/tentacles not included in the measurement.
Each one will be $75 a piece WITH AN ADDITIONALS&H charge, due to how much time and cost go into them. This does not include extras – but extras can be added on for an additional price.
Please keep in mind that because these are hand made, each one will differ. No two parasite plushies will be the same.
What's Kazoo Fresh traits ? Because I wanted to know about your Kazoo Fresh, since his also a parasite like Fresh Sans, are they almost alike or different traits as a host to their victim?
Each parasite has a different trait that makes them unique – and their traits are heavily built on their first host. A good example of this is if you had two kids that acted the same, but were raised by different families. You’re going to have different ideals and reactions, due to not having the same host. Everyone is different, after all.
The thing with Kazoo is that he was born a runt, and about 1/3rd the size of the other parasites. Runts are not very large – I drew up a size comparison for you so you could see!
Most runts don’t have powers of their own that overrides their host.
So the runts, not having powers of their own, are the only ones that get their host’s power.
With Kazoo, he got the power of healing.
Fresh, of course, found him more useful alive, than dead. And thus, he was the first parasite to survive, which changed the game for future parasites…