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  1. Mazujinn
    This legend is common in most of South America, therefore many versions exist. It tells of a ghost dressed as a priest, who went around town after midnight to scare the few persons who dared go out late in the night. His particularity was that he had no head, though in some versions he had one but it was a fleshless skull.
  2. Masar
    A great unknown mystic of immense power gathered all the warring nations' greatest warriors at the base of Mount Suburbia for a final conflict for ultimate bragging rights. Pirates, chiefs, samurai, and even holy priests duked it out for years on end. This combatant was not so lucky. Now, using his head as his only weapon, he seeks vengeance!Gender: Male.
  3. Keshakar
    One of the priests was considered the chief priest, and led the others. Which of the Headless Priests this was is unknown. Kirie mentions in her last diary that one of the priests, prior to the Strangling Ritual, kept glancing at her with a look of sadness on his face. Which of the four priests this was is unknown.
  4. Yokinos
    Another urban legend told in the Philippines is the ‘Headless Priest’. It’s a story about the ghosts of the priests whose heads were severed by colonizers—Spanish in some versions and Japanese in another. Beware for this story might make your head roll. (You have been warned).
  5. Kagashicage
    The subject about this myth talks about a priest who is described to be headless or beheaded, but it is understood that if a person sees one while roaming at the night time by himself/herself, something horrifiying would happen.
  6. Goltile
    Dec 21,  · I was summoned then by my senior sexton to go to the priest room to get the prayer book that the priest forgot to bring. Through the darkness of the room in only a slight blink of light I saw this figure and it was a headless priest wearing his cassock. I rushed out of the room and I told my fellow sexton that I had seen a headless priest.
  7. Kazrashicage
    Nov 20,  · PUGOT: The Headless Priest So how did the Pugot turn into a headless priest? A combination of history, Christianity, and urban legend is to thank for this. During the first two centuries of Spanish colonization, Ifugao life was relatively undisturbed.
  8. Mashicage
    Apr 04,  · As absurd as that may have sounded when you grew older, it just proves that stories of headless priests are alive and well, especially when November is drawing near. As their name suggests, these clergymen roam universities, graveyards, churches, or .

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