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The mokumokuren is another example of a bizarrely specific creature. In ancient Japan, sliding walls made of paper were fairly common. Paper, however, can collect holes and become torn. A Mokumokuren is a spirit that inhabits a sliding paper wall with a hole in it. If the owner of the wall is careless, the wall may collect more holes, and the more holes there are in the wall, the more likely somebody is to notice the eyes if the Mokumokuren peeking out. This probably becomes a bit unnerving, over time, and the only way to get rid of a Mokumokuren is to repair the holes in the wall. http://listverse.com/2010/01/20/10-bizarre-creatures-from-japanese-folklore/

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The name Mokumokuren literally means "many eyes" or "continuous eyes." The Mokumokuren is considered by the Japanese to be one of the traditional inhabitants of haunted houses.

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beholeder!

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