rudyjanfaber

The Legend of the Kododate Yūrei

rudyjanfaber:

The Legend of the Kododate Yūrei

late every night a woman clutching a child would come to a certain amazake dealer to buy the sweet sake from him, which she would then give to her child to drink. The sake dealer, sensing something mysterious about this woman, followed her from his stall one night and watched her as she made her way towards the main hall of the temple, where she disappeared like a blown-out candle. When she…

View On WordPress

Click the link for the art.

From Emily M. Hughes’ site:
I’m not superstitious. I’m a very skeptical person.
BUT I have dealt with ghost farts that have made me think otherwise, even if it was only for a minute or so. It’s supposed to be that when you walk into a cold spot, you’re encountering a spirit, but they fail to mention what happens when you encounter a totally strange smell. I’m not talking dog poop, or drainage. I’m talking about a straight up fart, except you didn’t do it, and there’s no one in sight.

Bizarre.  Another world mystery.

From Emily M. Hughes’ site:

I’m not superstitious. I’m a very skeptical person.
BUT I have dealt with ghost farts that have made me think otherwise, even if it was only for a minute or so. It’s supposed to be that when you walk into a cold spot, you’re encountering a spirit, but they fail to mention what happens when you encounter a totally strange smell. I’m not talking dog poop, or drainage. I’m talking about a straight up fart, except you didn’t do it, and there’s no one in sight.
Bizarre.  Another world mystery.
sarahreesbrennan
sarahreesbrennan:

Is this not a FANTASTICALLY AMAZING (fantamazing?) picture! I imagine it as the poster for Disney’s girls’ own mystery adventure! I love all their outfits and their expressions and how deeply characteristic of the characters they are! I love Angela, Kami and Holly and I love this! I am so grateful and delighted!
(More of Lia Marcoux’s amazing artwork to be found here: 
http://liamarcoux.com/ )

sarahreesbrennan:

Is this not a FANTASTICALLY AMAZING (fantamazing?) picture! I imagine it as the poster for Disney’s girls’ own mystery adventure! I love all their outfits and their expressions and how deeply characteristic of the characters they are! I love Angela, Kami and Holly and I love this! I am so grateful and delighted!

(More of Lia Marcoux’s amazing artwork to be found here: 

http://liamarcoux.com/ )