Kashima Reiko a.k.a. "Mask Death Demon"
Kashima Reiko is a Japanese urban legend about the ghost of a woman with no legs who haunts school bathrooms. Warning: They say that after you hear the story of Kashima Reiko, she will appear to you within a month. If you don’t want to see her, don’t read this.
Kashima Reiko is the ghost of a woman who lived in the city of Hokkaido, Japan. One night, she was attacked by a group of men. They beat her badly, abused her horribly and then left her for dead.
As she was lying by a forest near a railway track, she tried to call for help but nobody heard her. She stood up to find someone to help her. However, the brutal damages her body received caused her to crawl desperately onto a railway track and collapse unconsciously. The train came along and ran her over, killing her and cutting her in two. Her body was severed at the waist.
Ever since then, Kashima Reiko’s vengeful ghost has wandered the world, searching for her missing legs. She is mainly encountered in school bathrooms, but also may appear in your bathroom at home in the middle of the night.
When you enter the bathroom, she will ask you questions. If you cannot answer her questions correctly, she will tear off your legs.
If she asks “Where are my legs?”,
The answer, is “On the Meishin Expressway.”
She will say “Who told you that?”
You should reply, “Kashima Reiko told me that.”
Sometimes she asks a trick question, “Do you know my name?” Do not say “Kashima” or she will kill you. The correct answer is “Mask Death Demon”.
Ka-Shi-ma stands for Ka = Kamen (Mask), Shi = Shinin (dead person), Ma = Ma (Demon).
Just a reminder, it is said that after you hear the story of Kashima Reiko, she will appear to you within a month.