If you find a person-shaped hole carved into a cliff side, do not go in there.

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Yesterday we checked out Junji Ito's freaky sea monster tale. Today, we're going to take a look at Ito's 2002 horror tale The Enigma of Amigara Fault. It's about several thousand mysterious silhouette caves carved into a fault line.


This ending is like if Rod Serling and H.P. Lovecraft teamed up to write some mind-bending manga. You can read it (right-to-left, of course) here. Thanks to all those readers who recommended this!