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Is it the survivor of the Japanese wolf? 1996 10 14 pm4

Is it the survivor of the Japanese wolf?

9/11 South Tower Woman: In these two photographs of the gaping hole the plane crashed into the South Tower of of the WTC on 9/11, you can see a woman standing on the edge of the hole waving. Her name is Edna Clinton, and the mystery many people say of these photos is that she actually was a survivor. People inquire how she was able to survive everything that happened at that location, then go on to make it out of the building.

attack - South Tower woman In these two photographs of the gaping hole the plane crashed into the South Tower of of the WTC on you can see a woman standing on the edge of the hole waving. Her name is Edna Clinton, and

Fenrisúlfr (Fenris wolf) The Binding of Fenrir, or How Tyr lost his hand. Tyr was the Viking god of war, Justice and heroic glory and portrayed with only one hand. He was the brother of Thor and son of Odin and renowned for his swordsmanship. Tacitus called him the German Mars. After the Norn sisters prophesied that the Fenrir Wolf would set Ragnarok in motion, Odin was saddened. He loved the playful cub as a favorite. The Völva also foretells that Odin will be consumed by Fenrir at…

Fenrisúlfr (Fenris wolf) The Binding of Fenrir, or How Tyr lost his hand

Baku- Chinese folklore: devours dreams. It has the head of an elephant, the body of a tiger, and the tail of an ox. Thought to be based off of the tapir

Baku (獏 or 貘) - The Dream Eater. Supernatural beings that devour dreams and nightmares. Has a long history in Japanese folklore and art.

In the mid-1840s, Japanese ukiyo-e master Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) created a number of woodblock prints showing legendary tanuki (raccoon dogs) using their humorously large scrota in creative ways. Here: shelter from an evening shower

In the Japanese ukiyo-e master Utagawa Kuniyoshi created a number of woodblock prints showing legendary tanuki (raccoon dogs) using their humorously large scrota in creative ways. Here: shelter from an evening shower

The Mannen-dake ("10,000-year bamboo") is a bamboo-like monster that feeds on the souls of lost travelers camping in the woods. From Shigeru Mizuki's "Yōkai Daizukai", 2004

Anatomical Diagrams Of Japanese Monsters

The Mannen-dake bamboo") is a bamboo-like monster that feeds on the souls of lost travelers camping in the woods. From Shigeru Mizuki's "Yōkai Daizukai", 2004

Akaname--Aka-name é um youkai japonês. Ele aparece à noite em banheiros sujos quando não há ninguém por perto e lambe o lodo e a sujeira do banheiro. Sua aparência e similar a de um globin ou duende possuindo cabelos longo emaranhado e um dedo em cada pé outra característica dele seria sua língua que é extremamente longa e fica pingando saliva o tempo todo.

Akaname- Japanese folklore: A humanoid creature that has a long poisonous tongue. It goes into dirty bathrooms and licks it clean. It is thought that this story was made to scare children into cleaning their bathrooms.

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