Ghosts of Japan Tsunami

GLOBAL HINDUISM

Ischinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, on Aug. 21, 2011, six months after a tsunami hit. (Egadolfo/iStock)

Ischinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, on Aug. 21, 2011, six months after a tsunami hit. (Egadolfo/iStock)

An article of Ghosts whose soul still can be seen in Japan’s disaster 4-5 years ago in Tsunami can be seen by Taxi drivers there.

Long after the tsunami that devastated a stretch of Japan’s coast in 2011, a fire station in Tagajo received calls to neighborhoods that had been leveled.

The fire crews went to the ruins to pray and the calls stopped, reported Richard Lloyd Parry, Asia editor of the Times of London, in an article titled “Ghosts of the Tsunami.”

As part of his research for a book on the tsunami, he spoke to a priest who exorcised the spirits of tsunami victims. Parry also spoke to many others who made it clear that ghostly encounters were common following the tsunami.

Taxi drivers reported picking up ghostly passengers. A driver in Sendai…

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