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  • The pontianak and the langsuir, from Malaysian and Indonesian folklore.

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  • Er, a langsuir is supposed to be woman-like flying ghost with long hair and grotesque face (not too sure, I’ve never bumped into a langsuir.

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  • Hehe. ** nervously* (Please God don’t let a langsuir drop by my room tonight).

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  • Gee, sionnach...shouldn't she just get some counseling instead of having her hair stuffed into her neck?

    February 26, 2007

  • The langsuir is a female demon, common in Malaysian myth, who appears either as a predatory night owl or as a seductive woman . . .The langsuir should be caught, then her overlong fingernails should be cut off and her thick hair should be stuffed into a hole in her neck. In this way, the langsuir will be completely tamed.

    The origin of the langsuir is a woman who has died from grief after giving birth to a stillborn child. If you don't stop her, she will drink the blood of babies through the hole in her neck.

    (Not just a definition, but practical advice as well.)

    February 26, 2007