What Did We Encounter? (Part 3)
Hi from Japan, apparently, are the Kuchisake Onna and the Hachishakusama close buddies?
We went deep into the rural parts of Japan, where my cousin and I decided to explore with our Japanese officer friends. It was a pretty different experience and thus we decided to make the most of it.
When my cousin and I were taking a walk, we heard a mysterious sound that went like; Po Po Po Po. We were confused and wondered as to which animal would make that sound.
We then decided to peer through the tall fence and saw that an eight feet tall lady, with a coat and a straw hat looked at us! It sent chills down our spine and thus we decided to ask the villagers as to who was she?
They did not pay any attention until we mentioned the sound. Their look of ignorance suddenly turned to a look of fear and they suddenly started bombarding us with questions.
They told us that what we saw was a Hachishakusama. It is a dangerous spirit in Japan that abducts children. Well, we were police officers in our thirties, and not children!
We believed in spirits, but this one was way too confusing and we did not know what was exactly happening?!?!??
But we saw that the Hachishakusama did not float like the description stated, but it was literally walking. I immediately called to my Japanese Police friends and told them the entire incident.
They began to suspect that it was no spirit, but a human. One thing that my police seniors told me during training was that, spirits are dangerous, but humans are even more dangerous.
Spirits might only scare or inflict a few scratches (super rare!). But it is humans who can do extraordinarily horrendous things such as human trafficking, molesting, physical abuse and take lives with a trivial mindset.
We knew that we had to be prepared because it could be humans behind it. I asked my Japanese officer friends to call for backup and we decided to investigate the matter.
We got in a police interceptor and thus we got to the location tracking the footsteps of the Hachishakusama! Smart isn't it?
Normally, which spirit leaves footprints? None!
We were joined by a large police minibus who were armed with AK 47 and MP5's. My cousin was the senior most officer and thus he lead in front with his Glock 19 while I lead behind with a Smith and Wesson M&P.
We found an abandoned house with a few Jizos (Religious Japanese Statues) and were warned by the villagers who said that there is a Hachishakusama inside and that we should not go!
However, we went inside with all our guns, asking the people inside to surrender. There were some 30 Gangsters who were all killed by us in an encounter, and we saw the Kuchisake Onna try to attack us with a knife!! What???!!!???
I immediately shot the Kuchisake Onna and the man inside dropped his costume and surrendered.
The one in the Hachishakusama costume also attacked us, but was subdued by my Japanese Police friends.
Then we raided the place and were about to leave, just as I tripped and fell! The others helped me up, and we tore the floor carpet only to find a secret trapdoor!
Four of us broke into the trapdoor and rescued a few trafficked children. They were from East Asia as well as South Asia! The kingpins who were dressed as spirits told that they would traffick children from there, and use them to smuggle drugs, take their organs or sell them off.
My cousin told them that dressing up as spirits will never scare the police! So the only thing that the kingpins had to worry about is not getting their teeth broken under interrogation.
They revealed that the hotel owner was their close colleague and thus after his arrest, their business failed. Besides they told that their other South Asian colleagues were all killed in an encounter by the Indian Police.
I just laughed and told them that it was me who gave the order. They all cried like kids and told us that we police officers are like rats!
We all laughed even more, and told that if we are rats, then they are bandicoots! .
Thus we had dismantled a dangerous inter Asian underworld, and crushed them to ground meat!
Now, the time had come to leave Japan, so we boarded our flight. But not before being rewarded by the Japanese Police for our help in the encounter.
We exchanged phone numbers with the Japanese Police friends and told that we are ready for any INTERPOL operation.
It was a turning point that we had such a huge impact on the INTERPOL level.
THIS IS A FICTIONAL STORY THAT HAS NO RELATION TO ANY REAL EVENTS.
ANY RESEMBLANCE BETWEEN ANY CHARACTERS IN THE STORY TO ANY CHARACTERS IN REAL LIFE LIVING OR DEAD IS PURELY COINCIDENTIAL.
THIS STORY HAS NO INTENTION TO INSULT JAPAN OR JAPANESE CULTURE NOR DOES IT HAVE AN INTENTION TO PROMOTE VIOLENCE OR DISCOURAGE TOURISM TO JAPAN.