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Sup Travellers?! Are you the kind of person who enjoys ghost stories? Well you are going to love these ghost stories so much that you may end up staying up at night thinking about them like a crush. Check them out at your own risk:

Pocong



A Pocong is someone who has died and, and before they are buried, are covered in a white cloth that is tied at the head and feet. These ghosts come back from the dead, trapped in their own burial shroud. If the body isn’t at peace 40 days after death, the pocong will emerge from the grave, seeking release. Because the soul is bound, the pocong hops and jumps, it cannot walk.


Thuyul/Tuyul

This ghost is an unborn baby or a child that has died. The Thuyuls are thieves, stealing money from people’s houses. They are like pale babies, wearing only a diaper. You can ward off a Thuyul by placing a can of beans out. They will get distracted and count the beans instead of money. They usually have an “owner” or conjurer.

Genderuwo

An evil ghost who is usually a man, this demon has a large black body, long hair, sharp claws and red eyes. If you smell rotting flesh in the middle of the night… a Genderuwo is there. They are obsessed with sex and can even prey on women, like an incubus, and rape them.



Kuntilanak
Many believe a Kuntilanak is a pregnant woman who has died before the baby was born. They wear long white robes, have dark hair and are surrounded by evil and death. They hide in trees or buildings, preying on those who pass by, laughing loudly. They can also transform into beautiful woman and stop men they meet… attempting to end their life. There have been stories of Kuntilanaks getting into a taxi and attempting to trick the drivers into getting into an accident.