More Demons Than You Can Shake A Quarter-stick At!

Hey guys! There’s still time to pop over and check out the Kindle Giveaway, going on right now until tomorrow, July 4th. Order your very own copy of Hunting Demons: A True Story of the Dark Side of the Supernatural, and be entered into a drawing for a Kindle Fire. The ebook is just $3.99 until tomorrow, so get it while it’s hot! https://www.thekindlebookreview.net/4th-of-july-giveaway/

And it’s time for some more Japanese demon fun!  In Hell Valley, Hokkaido, there’s more to see than just fireworks. There are demon shrines everywhere, housing demons of business prosperity, studying for tests, romance, and many others. Demons in Eastern culture can be fearsome, but they often serve a protective role towards humans.

I’ll leave you with this example of an Eastern-culture spirit, taken from the files of my true ghost story podcast, Lights Out. Enjoy! Lights Out #25: Demons (3). When is a demon not a demon? Listen to this terrifying tale of a Cambodian revenge spirit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScL-KfJ_MKI

Have a happy Fourth of July, with loads of picnic food, some beer if you’re into that, and plenty of pretty sparkly fireworks!

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Daddy and kiddo out for a walk. Maybe they’re on their way to visit the hot springs? Credit: Dai-ichi Takimotokan website
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Demons of love and romance. What a cute couple! Credit: Dai-ichi Takimotokan website
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Demon of prosperity in business. I want this guy on my side. Credit: Dai-ichi Takimotokan website
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