Afghanistan - Bala, “the crazy person” Bahamas - “Small Man” Brazil - Homem do saco “The bag man” Canada/Quebec - Bohomme Sept-Heures “The Seven O’Clock Man” China - Yao-muo “monster, ugly, hideous” Congo - Dongola Miso “Creature With Scary Eyes” Czech Republic - Bubák Denmark - Bømanden “The Boo Man” Egypt - Abu Rigl Maslukha "Man With Burnt/Skinned Leg" Germany - Der Schwarze Mann “The Black Man” Haiti - Mètminwi “Master of Midnight” Iceland - Gryla Italy - L'uomo neron “The Black Man” Japan - Namahage Lebanon - Abu l Kees “Father Sack” Mexico - Robaniños “Kidnapper of Kids” Pakistan - Bhoot or Jin Baba Portugal - Papão Russia - Babayi Slovakia - Strašidlo Trinidad and Tobago - Jumbie “The Babbooman” Turkey - Gulyabani Vietnam - Ông Ba Bị Zimbabwe - Tokolosh “Short Boogeyman”
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I’d rather be single than waste my time on somebody who’s not gonna take me seriously. I’d rather be watching other couples be happy than be in a relationship where I’m gonna be miserable. I’d rather feel lonely than feel alone even if I’m with somebody. I’d rather wait until someone comes along & genuinely wants to be with me, than rush into something with someone who just want to play games with me. Fuck all that nonsense. Too many people just wanna ‘have fun’ nowadays, which is fine cause at our age, I don’t blame you, it’s normal. But don’t do it at my expense & hurt me while you’re at it.
The woman who played the title role in
the ‘90s TV show 'Where in Time is
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lot like her character. After filming the
show, stage actress Janine LaManna
took a break from performing, went
off the grid, married an army officer,
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“La Boda Negra” or “The Black Wedding” is a Spanish song about a man who’s wife passes away, he visits her grave everyday & then decides to dig her up and take her home with him.
Readers may enjoy reading about how this song relates to the super creepy story of Karl Tanzler and his obsessive love for Elena Hoyos. Tanzler later remarked that he had visions of Elena visiting him from beyond as he would sit by her graveside and sing this very song to her. He also remarked that Elena’s spirit would tell him to take her from her grave. Which he did, and you can read more about that story HERE.
La Boda Negra/Black Wedding
Listen to the story I was once told by the old graveddiger of the region, Was a lover who by ungodly luck, Had his sweet beloved taken by death.
Every night he went to the cemetery, To visit the tomb of his sweet beloved, The townspeople whispered full of mystery, He was a dead man who escaped the pit.
On a horrendous night he shattered to pieces, The abandoned marble tomb, He dug the earth and carried in his arms, The rigid skeleton of his beloved.
And there in the sad and gloomy room, He mourned to a feeble flame, He sat beside her cold and rigid bones, And celebrated his wedding with his dead beloved.
He tied her bare bones with ribbons, The rigid skull he crowned with flowers, Covering her horrible mouth with kisses, And he told her all about his love with a smile.
He took his bride to their soft wedding bed, He lay next to her, in love And he fell asleep, never again awakened While he embraced the rigid skeleton.
And he fell asleep, never again awakened While he embraced the rigid skeleton.
“According to traditional Japanese beliefs, all humans have a spirit or soul called a reikon. When a person dies, the reikon leaves the body and enters a form of purgatory, where it waits for the proper funeral and post-funeral rites to be performed, so that it may join its ancestors. If this is done correctly, the reikon is believed to be a protector of the living family and to return yearly in August during the Obon Festival to receive thanks.
However, if the person dies in a sudden or violent manner such as murder or suicide, if the proper rites have not been performed, or if they are influenced by powerful emotions such as a desire for revenge,love, jealousy, hatred or sorrow, the reikon is thought to transform into a yūrei, which can then bridge the gap back to the physical world.
The yūrei then exists on Earth until it can be laid to rest, either by performing the missing rituals, or resolving the emotional conflict that still ties it to the physical plane. If the rituals are not completed or the conflict left unresolved, the yūrei will persist in its haunting.”
“When I struggled to live with all my strength, you tried to kill me. Now that I tried to die, you saved me.Is this a game?Is that thrilling and fun to you people? A sequel, you said a sequel, right?You said that sweet romance is your preference. So you want to play with me? When you are bored and free from time to time, you can come here and enjoy then go back to the real world. That’s all it is for you. Did you save me to play the romance game with me? Do I look like a toy to you?”