Solid Freak Out: Japanese Ghost In The Car Prank

November 17, 2015

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This is a video from a Japanese variety show starring voice actress Tomoko Kaneda visiting haunted houses. What she doesn't know is that she's about to get pranked when a ghost woman appears in the front seat of the taxi, which her driver pretends he can't see. She has a complete meltdown. I have never seen so much emotion so quickly except for the time I saw a couple meet, fall in love, then get married and divorced and stab each other all in one afternoon.

Hit the jump for the scream-fest.

Thanks to ALan, who informed me most things that go bump in the night are actually people heading to the fridge for a midnight snack.

  • Mark

    Fucking stupid! What is so scary about an Asian girl sitting in a car?

  • Jay Seldon

    I just want to punch that woman in the face...so annoying. Obviously I couldn't so I punched myself repeatedly in the face instead. Feeling much better now!!

  • Eric Hettervik

    Hahaha! Gu-re-to laugh!

  • Andyman7714

    She would literally die if someone did the "got your nose" bit on her wouldn't she?

  • They need to put more text on the screen.

  • Wiley

    Love her reaction and quick recovery from the reveal.

  • Edward

    How dumb are you to believe that's a ghost? Ghosts don't need seat belts.

  • dougfunnay

    ghosts dont need clothes either
    (how does that even work do clothes have souls? do your clothes die when you do? what happens if your shoes move on but your belt has unfinished business?)
    ....just sayin

  • Bling Nye

    *puts on Devil's Advocate top hat and monocle*

    "Ghosts" are thought metaphysical astral projections of the deceased, manifested by their own will after departing the body. Much like in the Matrix, they essentially have control over their appearance to others, so they can appear to be nude, dressed to the Victorian nines, or anywhere in between, depending on their own perception of self.

    Most often, they retain the clothing they were wearing when they departed, as that is what was familiar and clung to as their 'last known location' in the physical realm.

    *removes Devil's Advocate top hat and monocle*

    That said, I wish I could up vote you more than once for that comment, I seriously cracked up at "what happens if your shoes move on but your belt has unfinished business?"

    Cheers

  • Edward

    Mind Blown!

  • CUTE

  • Meh

    I love the Japanese. If only i was born there my life would surely be better. I might have actually learned something.

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