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赤マント (Red Cloak)
Aka Manto is a Japanese urban legend about a malicious spirit who haunts public and school toilets, who will ask you if you want red paper or blue paper. Often described as a beautiful man in life and hounded constantly by admirers, he now wears a mask to hide his face.
If you’re sitting on the last stall of a toilet, a mysterious voice will ask you if you want red paper or blue paper. If you answer red paper, you will be sliced apart till your clothes are stained red. If you choose blue paper, you will be strangled till your face turns blue. Any attempt to trick Aka Manto by asking for a different colour will result in you being dragged to the netherworld. The only correct answer to say is “No paper”.

マント (Red Cloak)

Aka Manto is a Japanese urban legend about a malicious spirit who haunts public and school toilets, who will ask you if you want red paper or blue paper. Often described as a beautiful man in life and hounded constantly by admirers, he now wears a mask to hide his face.

If you’re sitting on the last stall of a toilet, a mysterious voice will ask you if you want red paper or blue paper. If you answer red paper, you will be sliced apart till your clothes are stained red. If you choose blue paper, you will be strangled till your face turns blue. Any attempt to trick Aka Manto by asking for a different colour will result in you being dragged to the netherworld. The only correct answer to say is “No paper”.

— 2 years ago with 65 notes
#Aka Manto  #Japan  #Japanese folklore 
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    Remind me not to go after Al when hes haunting the bathrooms
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    Holy crap Japan, your spirits are the scariest and the most specific (granted, I haven’t looked into many other cultures...
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    And yet another childhood folktale. Kinda reminds me of Kuchisake Onna where she asks you a question, and if you answer...
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    I remember this story, it was included at the anime “Ghost at school”(?)
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