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Keitaro was cursed years ago and receives exorcisms at his grandmother’s shrine. She once warned him not to enter the basement; she locked them away in the dark for a reason.
A glamorous woman met an unglamorous end inside that phone booth. She's still in there calling for help, but one shouldn’t answer her. Keitaro is about to find out why.
Yayoi and Eiko head to the psychic spot Mizuko Memorial Temple which holds its own sad secrets. And what does Yayoi want with Keitaro’s fingernails?!
Keitaro had a bad feeling about the Urban Legends class at the university. His instincts were correct: the professor should never have played that cursed videotape.
Keitaro was looking to make new friends. But he should avoid certain friendships; there’s a reason people warn children to never talk to strangers.
Camping was to be a reprieve, but the bridge is calling, the bridge is calling, the bridge is calling, the bridge is calLING, THE BRIDGE IS CALLING, THEBRIDGEISCALL-
The car had three passengers when it entered the tunnel. A phantom hitchhiker demanded to be the fourth. Let. Her. In.
The girl’s eyes shine with stars, but two spectral presences haunt her future.
Terrifying enough to be victims in life; utterly horrific they remain so in death.
One does not defy a god lightly. If Yayoi, Keitaro and Eiko wish to save Ai, they must embark on a perilous journey across a country teeming with malevolent ghosts.
No happy tales remain within the castle’s forsaken ruins. The danger is unimaginable: Yayoi and Keitaro risk their doom, prepared as they may be.
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