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In June, Sheila Sillery-Walsh, a British tourist visiting the historic island-prison of Alcatraz in San Francisco, claimed that she captured an image of a ghost in a picture she snapped on her iPhone. In the frame of what was otherwise supposed to be a picture of an empty prison cell was a blurry black and white image of a woman. The photo, taken on her iPhone while on a trip to Ethiopia, shows a boy looking down at leaves he is holding in his hands. Seemingly superimposed onto the boy is another image of the boy, hands in a different position and eyes looking straight at the camera. Then a few weeks later I discovered an image of a man in the background of a photo I took with my own iPhone. Recent surveys have shown that a significant portion of the population believes in ghosts, leading some scholars to conclude that we are witnessing a revival of paranormal beliefs in Western society.
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HBO Asia’s ghost story anthology Folklore, reviewed.

Spanish, Bilingual, and Language Collections. The pounding on the door brings three unexpected guests to our young narrator's home — Mr. Omi, Mr. Omaye, and Mr. The Troublesome Triplets, as they are called because they always seem to have some sort of complaint, have just seen ghosts — dozens of them — in Farmer Tanaka's field! The ghosts were long and thin and white, very white, and they were dancing in the moonlight.
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People from myriad cultures, ethnicities, religions, and nationalities deem this patch of earth home. Persian and Indian markets bookend strip malls. Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian, Korean, and Chinese restaurants perch on the corners of major intersections.
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Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality 6. Ozake, and Julie Shigekuni, 3 we can find stories of ghosts narrated in the context of Asian America. If creating narratives is "a way to articulate and resolve core problems and a way to avoid or heal biographical discontinuities" and these narratives "carry the moral authority of the narrator," what can we learn about Asian American spirituality by reading ghost stories? Asian American literature represent deeply spiritual narratives about connecting the past, the present, and the future of Asian Americans in order to fully recover their humanities in yet another "ghostly country" America.

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