Why is a Japanese demon lord who devoured women also an underclass hero?
Richard Milner, Staff Writer
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Death and maiming are predetermined when confronted with the vengeful spirit of Kuchisake-onna, or the Slit-Mouthed Woman, a yokai, a monstrous creature of Japanese folklore.