In March 2011, over 18,000 Japanese people were swept to their deaths by a devastating tsunami. The initial assessment of those who died, the financial fallout and other collateral effects of this event were tallied, and Japan turned to rebuilding. However their was something that was not measured which were how many of those killed still lingered behind, hungry to reclaim their lives.
The yokāi (monsters) and yūrei (ghosts), which for hundreds of years have been part of Japanese tradition, are still believed in by the present-day population but with a modern twist represented in Japanese films such as The Ring and The Grudge.
Stranger Than Fiction Stories by M.P. Pellicer