A horror story that takes place in the Japan countryside, which includes a visit from an unexpected ghostly guest: a yuurei (幽霊). These Japanese ghosts are known for having unfinished business when haunting in the earthly plane.
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Origin of the Name “Deborah”
Deborah is Hebrew (דבורה) for "Bee" and is associated with the diligent work of bees. Deborah is mentioned as a Prophetess in Judges 4 & 5, but it is not until late 17th century that the name Deborah began to regain usage by the Puritans. Deborah is phonetically spelled in Japanese as "デボラ" (de-bo-ra).