It seems like each culture has a specific kind of creature that scares them. Most come from folklore, and a common national experience. America fell in love with Universal’s monsters during the early part of the 20th century, while other parts of the world are obsessed with zombies, ghouls, and goblins. For the Japanese, it’s all about the ghost. Indeed, most Asian cultures are clearly frightened by the dead returning in either spirit or some other spooky form.
They Say We Are Surrounded By A Spirit World
And That There Are Ghosts All Around
In fact, and entire subgenre of horror film – J-Horror as it was known – came out of such fixations. We jumped on the bandwagon for a while, but grew bored when it looked like every demonic effigy coming for our hero or heroine looked like a pasty, stringy haired heroin addict. Inevitably, everything old is new again and Hollywood is trying to bring The Ring back with a pseudo-sequel, Rings.
Some Of The Sightings Can’t Be Debunked
However, real life may be the best place to look for a way of keeping the creepy ghost girl in the public consciousness. Here’s a good example. It’s a story from the Philippines and focuses on a notorious place known as Rizal High School. It’s even in the Guinness Book of World Records as one of the largest educational facilities in the world (it has a population of over 19,000 students). It also has a history of hauntings.
Others Seem Either Fake