October 10, 2015

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Trick-or-Treat: How to Avoid Accident on Halloween

Although confused with other religious tradition, the concept of trick-or-treating actually originates as a custom during the 1920’s that involved pranks ranging from simple annoyance to tragic violence. in hopes to end the mischief, the trick-or-treating we know today really grew in popularity by the end of 1940s. over the last 60 years, trick-or-treating continue to evolved and is a common custom around the world, as well as the million dollars industry focus mainly on costumes,candy and decoration. even though the violent prank decreased,some criminal behavior and accident are shown more on hollowed in certain areas. however there are some simple safety rules to follow when you take your children on trick or treating that will help ensure they have a wonderful time and return home safely to enjoy their stash of Halloween treats.

Map your Route
before heading out to go trick or treating, be sure to map your route go ever with route with your children. there are few benefits to this. one is covering as many house in the allotted times as you can. more importantly, if your child get separated from you, you both will know what route to take to look for the child.
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Use Sidewalks
when possible use sidewalks. this will reduce a chance of being hit by a car.if there are no sidewalks available, walk as close as possible to the curb and walk against traffic.
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Trick or Treat in Groups
trick or treating in groups has a variety of safety benefits. the larger the group,the better. also walking in the groups makes the band of tricks or treats more visible to drivers.
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Crossing the Street
be sure remind your child the basic safety tips when it comes to crossing the street. make sure your child remember to look both ways before crossing the street. younger children should also hold the hands of the adult taking them to trick or treating.
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Costume Safety
when choosing a costume for either your child or for yourself, consider what accessories and hidden safety issues the costume may have. costume that do not fits properly could a tripping hazard. make sure the length of the costume doesn’t drag the ground and that the shoes fit properly, read the label to make sure that the costume and accessories, such as wigs,are resistant to catching fire quickly.weapons accessories should be foam or soft plastic and flexible. also, they shouldn’t be too large. use Halloween make up instead of mask, this allows for a wider range of vision and make it easier to breath.

always carry a flashlight. in fact it is advisable for each child to carry a flash light as well. this allows the child to see any dangers as they walk up to the door,especially at houses that are highly decorated with Halloween decoration. it also helps make the child more visible to drivers too. many stores now carry Halloween themed flashlight that will encouraged the child to want to carry one.

Candles and Luminaries
although it is encouraged to use battery operated lights, some people are still using candles in their pumpkins and other illuminated decoration. parents should teach their children to stay clear of any candles to prevent their costume from catching on fire, if such event should occur, be sure you and the child know basic common safety when putting out fires.
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Stop,Drop and Roll
Stop - if your costume catching on fire, the first thing you need to do is stop. do not take off running, this will intensify the flames and cause the flames to spread more.
Drop - next you need to drop to the ground and cover your face with both hands.
Roll - keep rolling until the fire is out.

one of the hidden dangers to trick or treating is the candy. some demented have been known no temper with candy causing the child to become sick or high. all police agencies and health agencies advice parent to not allow children to eat the candy while they are trick or treating. all candy should be inspected by the parents before allowing child to consume any of it. Halloween is a fun time of the year that many children and some adults look forward too. by following this simple safety tips it will help make sure that everyone has a safe holiday to create fun memories to last a lifetime.

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September 8, 2015

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Why Japan is Haunted Place in the World: Top 12 Goose Bumps Japanese Rumor

Many notable people in the world of paranormal research will state that by populace, the Japanese are very haunted country. I have loved eye opening and frightening haunted visits I have had to my Japan life. I expect many more real haunted ghost filled adventures real soon. but this this time let me post something creepy things,creepy places and unverified rumors but confirmed to some of those and said that this japan urban legends and japan haunted place where totally experience unusual happening until now.

12. Saitama Fukiage Tunnel

Saitama Fukiage Tunnel -Various rumors of Ghost infestation often hears inside the tunnels, such as the soul of the woman who put on a white kimono and wandering the place.
However, there’s also a certain story that the site where Tsutomu Miyazaki (an Otaku killer of a little girl from 1962 to 2008) murdered the four young girls and abandoned the body of four in Fukiage tunnel is one of the Source of creepy happenings of the place. other said, When walking around here, you began to feel unpleasant weight in the shoulder and a great pain.


11. Noh Mask

Noh Mask is classified as one of the scariest and creepiest of all Japanese rumors.
The appearance of these masks is creepy mainly because half side of the face has crying expressions while the other half is smiling, but even more crazy is the fact that mask has the power to absorb the negative aura or energy (anger, hatred, anguish) from the owner. After persuading the owner to wear the mask, Noh Mask then control and consume the negative aura until the owner begins to rot. Even creepier, Noh Mask switches the body once the owner is dead but it doesn’t leave the corpse behind. In fact, it sticks the old body onto the new body, which makes it the most dangerous legend as well.

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10. Atsugi Naval Airbase

atsugi naval air base- the said rumors about this place was a spirit of a young marine soldier who got killed in a car accident back in 1960 and his ghost are still often seen wandering from room to room.


9. kanagawa Prefecture keishin Hospital

kanagawa prefecture keishin hospital - is an old abandoned hospital located in military base in kanagawa ken. it said that theres a rumors of noises and a lots of individual walkings around the hospital and a lady standing the window of this hospital, The Keishin Hospital was once a pre-eminent site of super high-tech radiology equipment, leading the charge as Japan raced into the modern era but the place was left to the vandals.

8. Hone-onna

Hone-onna, one of the creepy Japanese rumor, is a gorgeous woman who is dressed in a kimono which covers her entire body except wrists, neck and face. She is incredibly beautiful, with smooth skin and long neck, but her beauty is a disguise. Hone-onna allures lonely men in dark alleys by teasing them with her looks and style. When she is succeeded in taking the man to a quiet place and convincing him to undress her, the reality of her beauty is exposed. Because under her fleshy kimono, there is no skin. As soon as the man sees the flesh and bones, the Hone-onna embraces him and sucks away his life and soul.

7. kamakura Harakiri Yagura

kamakura harakiri yagura, the word "yagura" generally means tower and can be alternatively written using the kanji for "arrow storage" or "arrow warehouse" the meaning extending more widely to mean a weapons store, for some reason in the case of these sites in Kamakura, it refers to these small caves where famous warriors committed ritual suicide. Were these sites once used to store weapons? Perhaps. But there was definitely, as far as some Japanese know, no tower here. and theres a lots of rumors that the souls of warriors are keep wandering the place.

6. Human Pillar

Human pillar is quite weird among the Japanese creepiest rumor story. Just take a look around the walls behind you, nothing happens right? Now imagine that your body or someone else's body encased in the walls, and that is human pillar.
many Japanese believed that they used human skeletons or parts of human bodies in construction,to yield a strong support to the buildings. They also believed that the use of human skeleton would serve as a sacrifice to God and thus render more stability to the architecture. Many buildings to this date have human skeletons in the foundation. This include the Matsue castle and the Jamon tunnel. Train drivers have reported hearing ghostly noises under the tunnel, which is believed to be the screams of those who were buried in the walls to support the foundations.

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5. Himeji Castle

himeji castle, may the Most Haunted Castle In Japan And The World.
the rumors about this place is about the woman named okiku who worked the castle as servant of the lord of the castle long time ago. the story begins when Okiku falling inlove with the lord of the castle. and the tragedy happens when she overheard one of her lord's chief retainers plotting to overthrow and kill the lord of Himeji and invade the castle. after hearing that, she revealed the plot to kill the lord instantly. and her fast action had saved the lord's life, the chief retainer had escaped and knows Okiku's role on messing assassination. He was determined to take his revenge.
and a couples of days Okiku’s got killed by the chiefs retainer and then her soul keep on wandering the castle as of now.


4. The Red Room Curse

the red room curse is one of the creepy as things can get. It is said that there is a pop-up message that received on the computer, which upon clicking, it takes you through a series of confuse and you'll find your name by the end of a list of names in the rudimentary Flash. The creepiest thing is that you may even find some of your friends on the list. Next day, you will be found dead in your apartment with red blood covering the walls of your room: YOU'VE COMMITTED SUICIDE.

As with other urban legends, there is a sense of truth attached to the story. Though there is little evidence of any reports, one sudden murder accident shook the entire Japan. Known as the "Sasebo slashing," it was about an event happened in 2004 where a 14-year-old student killed her best friend and later the "Red Room" video was found in her computer browser history.

3. Okiku Dolls

The origin and history of this creepy rumor came to a Japanese girl named Okiku, who once owned Okiku doll. According to this rumor, the kimono-clad, small doll is possessed by Okiku herself. People even claim that the hair of Okiku doll grows even after the hair-cuts (even to this date). An experiment was conducted on the doll’s hair which surprisingly yielded that the doll possess the hair of little girl. No scientific or theoretical explanation have provided the answer to this weird mystery. creepy.

2. Hanako-san

Hanako-san is the ghost of a little girl who is believed to possess the girl’s washroom of all the schools in Japan. The ghost of Hanako-san inhabits the third washroom on typically the third floor of the school buildings. Even creepy, there are stories that the ghost of Hanako-san responds to you when you knock the bathroom door thrice or ask her if she is there. Incidents have been reported when the ghost of little girl have dragged other girl students in the washroom after sighting. There are various speculations and theories why the ghost of Hanako-san inhabits the school washrooms.

1. Cow Head

Cow head is one of the scariest of all Japanese rumor story. Whoever listens to the complete story will experience fright and nightmares for many days. rumor says that the cow head related horrifying events started in the seventeenth century, but origin of the story is still a mystery.

One of the scariest and most famous incidents of the cow head story was when a Japanese teacher started telling some scary stories to calm students while travelling on a bus. Once he started narrating the cow story, he went in a state of trance and despite the shouting and pleading of his students to stop telling the story, the teacher could not help himself. By the end of the incident, the teacher fainted and all the children started foaming from their mouth. The driver was so scared that he sweated profusely and tremble out of horror. It is believed that people who hear the story get so scared that the horror eventually takes their life.


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