Aka Manto (Japan)

Aka Manto (Japan)

Aka Manto, meaning "Red Cape" in Japanese, is a chilling urban legend from Japan. It centers around a malevolent ghostly figure that haunts public restrooms, especially in schools. This eerie entity is typically depicted as a tall, masked man dressed in a red cape or coat. When encountering unsuspecting victims in the restroom, Aka Manto presents them with a horrifying choice: "Red paper or blue paper?" If the victim chooses red paper, they are subjected to a gruesome fate, often involving slashing and blood. Opting for blue paper results in strangulation, leaving the victim's face blue.

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