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Q: What's a popular ghost story you've heard in China?

I'm sure there has to be a ghost story about a famous ghost in China. Or am I wrong? If you had heard of a ghost story was it about a famous ghost or related to anything famous about China? One of the first ghost stories I heard was the ghosts at the Biltmore Estates in Carolina. The only one that I could think of here were the ones about the ancient warriors. 

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Zhong Kui, the vanquisher of ghosts and evil beings, painted sometime before 1304 A.D. by Gong Kai

Zhong Kui vanquished ghosts and evil beings.

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There once was this ghost named mattaya.. he haunted the good people of a little town called answers in echinacities province of China.... 

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I don’t know about ghosts’ but my Mrs has been going a bit to hard with the nipple whiting cream and last night when I turned out the lights two ghostly beings where staring back at me!!!!!!

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