It all started with underwear. Or maybe it didn't. Did it start with a confession? No? Food? Math? Pirates in the Caribbean? Ahh, this is exasperating. It started somewhere. Just take my word for it.
Ravi and Hyuk are sent to Japan to examine the "Human Pillars" due to a heavy volume of spiritual activity. Ever since their fellow co-workers Leo and Ken recorded ghostly proof from their encouters in the Lotus Woods, Cheif N wanted his reporters totake on as many paranormal investigationsas possible. Hitobashira, known as the human pillars were known to be the location of human sacrifices, but what Ravi and Hyuk didn't expect to find was an entire labyrinth underneath the surface. A labyrin
Hoorary for Bangtan! Chaeyeon is fresh out of Univeristy with a degree in Occult History. Desperate for a job she finds an add online and jumps at the opportunity. Next thing she knows shes on a plane to New Orleans with a team of ghost hunters. Ghosts. Boys. And maybe a litte bit of love.
Infinite are invited on a new game show called Hell House (made up show) and have to stay in a haunted house for a day and sleep there overnight, but things get worse when the ghosts come out to play and the revenge they've had built up inside them comes out and they take it out on Infinite. Will Infinite survive or all die a horrible bloody death?
Leo and Ken are reporters who were sent on an assignment in Japan to investigate a case of missing people. Legend has it that whoever goes in the Lotus woods never come out, and when Leo's best friend Hongbin who was previously sent there had not returned, Leo was determined to find him. Although he and Ken don't get a
Who is that face in the mirror?
Wherein some of KPop's hottest stars learn there's something scarier than fangirls: ghost fangirls.
Sehun was alone in this world, he had no friends and no real family. His foster parents were abusive and his schoolmates were cruel. What made things harder was that for some reason, as soon as he made his first friend Luhan, he could all of a sudden see the dead. The ghosts were never hostile and weren't frightening, but were always friendly. And they needed help. Help that Sehun was afraid to assist with, until Luhan