Teke-Teke

The Teke Teke is a Japanese urban legend about the ghost of a young woman, or school girl, who fell on a rail way line and was cut in half by the oncoming train.  - Wikipedia
The Teke Teke is a Japanese urban legend about the ghost of a young woman, or school girl, who fell on a rail way line and was cut in half by the oncoming train. – Wikipedia

Teke-Teke (or Tek-Tek) is a Japanese urban legend about a girl or a woman who fell or jumped under a path of an oncoming train in the subway  and was cut in half. Her anguished and angry ghost roams through Japan, dragging her top half along using her claw-like hands.  She was called Teke-Teke because every time she moves, she makes a “teke-teke” sound.
This creature haunts its victims by chasing them and slashing them in half. After that you’ll also become a Teke-Teke.
This urban legend became popular in Japan because parents wants their children to go home before dusk.
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