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Posted June 10, 2018 06:30:51When a group of teenage girls in Japan went to visit the ghost of their beloved grandmother, the first thing they noticed was that the woman they were meeting was missing.
In a series of eerie videos, some of which were filmed in Japan, the girls describe a long-dead grandmother who lives in a home they never visited and is said to haunt the neighborhood.
One of the videos is titled “A Mother’s Grave.”
The video was made in the 1980s, when Japan was experiencing a huge influx of new migrants from the countryside.
In the video, the mother and daughter explain how they met, and they explain how she is a ghost.
The video is narrated by the late singer-songwriter Noboru Yamaguchi, who is known for her hit songs such as “The Ghost of the Moon.”
She said in an interview last year that she made the video to express the fact that the elderly grandmother was never seen, and she was shocked when people noticed it.
“People don’t even know she’s dead, or they just assume that the grandmother is dead.
I was surprised to see that people have become interested in the story,” she said.
“The idea that people would think that the old woman is dead was not my intention.”
One of her daughters said that the family is not concerned with the ghost story itself, but with the way people think about it.
“My family’s not very worried about it,” said one of the girls, Kiko.
“It’s not about the story, but about the people who think that it’s true.”
The video has been viewed more than 7 million times, according to Google.
The family has been contacted by people from around the world.