As mentioned before both in my first 20% project presentation in my 2nd period English class and my previous blog post, Teke-Teke, Kashima Reiko is a rather aggressive spirits who will rip off your legs if you answe her incorrectly. Reader, beware, if you are sp00ked by chain letters, I urge you not to read this. If you read this story, Kashima Reiko will appear either in your dreams or your bathroom within a month but either way, just so I don't get people upset at me, you have been warned. In Hokkaido, Japan, a young woman was harassed and beaten by a bunch of thugs. The woman, trying to get help, was crossing a railroad track and conveniently collapsed halfway across. The incoming train was not friendly and ran her over, severing her bottom half from her top half. There are other variations of the story, as if one wasn't enough. There is one where Kashima was pushed onto the train tracks and one where she tripped. Either way, Reiko ended up being half the woman she used to be (literally) when she turned into a bloodthirsty demon ghost thing. Those who hear or read about her story win an unlucky visit from her within a month. She will appear to you in your private bathroom or a public one, or even in a dream. When you see her, she will ask three questions. If you answer any of them incorrectly, she will rip off your legs.
"Where are my legs?" Is her first question. You should answer with, "The Meishin Expressway."
"Who told you that?" Will be her next question. Answer with, "Kashima Reiko told me that."
And finally, her last question is the trickiest. "Do you know my name?" Though it may seem obvious, do not say "Kashima Reiko." because that is the incorrect answer. The name Kashima can be analyzed in a careful way. 'Ka' means 'mask,' or 'kamen' in Japanese. 'Shi' means 'dead person/death,' or 'shishin.' 'Ma' means 'demon.' Basically, if she asks you this question, answer with, "Mask Death Demon."
She should leave you alone after this if you answer correctly. However, if she asks you a question that is not mentioned here or anywhere else, good luck, my friend.
I'll see you on the other side in 30 days.