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By late that evening, no one had heard any crying, so we were hopeful that the exorcisms had worked. As Takigawa said, it was always nice to have a case that actually was as straightforward as it appeared. I was just happy that after an hour or so by the fire with my head in … Continue reading Chapter 4: Kuman Thong
After the exorcism, Naru had the three of us search the house for anything that could have been a vessel of sorts for spirits. At one point Takigawa found a pull down ladder to the attic, and since Ayako hated dust and spiders like the plague and Takigawa was uncertain the decayed wooden rungs of … Continue reading Chapter 3: Stillborn
“My research tells me that nothing out of the ordinary ever occurred in this house, besides the father of the previous owner having a borderline obsession with Thailand. The owner before him built the house in the late 1940’s during the economic boom, but soon after had to sell due to the recession. But our … Continue reading Chapter 2: You Always Start By Feeling Useless
"So we're here to figure out why people keep hearing a nonexistent baby cry?" asked Ayako. "That's it? No knocking, no rattling doors, no cold chills—nothing?" Naru had his legs crossed in a folding chair he had brought from the van. I had yet to see him sit on the much comfier, squishier couch, which … Continue reading Chapter 1: Babies Don’t Make Good Ghosts
"Yay, another old mansion. What a surprise." Despite that comment, it was only a mansion in my opinion, because Naru had corrected me in saying it was little more than a chateau or larger home, which only brought up the question of what kind of house he lived in. Eight bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and the glorious … Continue reading Prologue