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Tuesday, 7 December 2010


Another cryptic story for you!

Note: I'm not the authour of this story. I've translated it from original Japanese into English. Please do NOT copy and paste it somewhere else on the web without my permission.


I was in a station, sitting on a bench and waiting for the train to come.
Presently, a lady holding a baby to her breast sat down next to me.
Well I'm fond of children and I couldn't help but stare at the sweet-looking baby.
The  lady noticed this and she started chatting to me in a friendly manner.
'This isn't actually a baby, you know. It's a bag.'
As she said so, she turned over the baby's clothes and showed me a zipper on the belly.
Now that she said it, I noticed that the baby's eyes appeared to be made of glass too.
'Wow, it looks very realistic."'
'Yes, I know. It takes a lot of work to make it. Time-consuming, too. But it doesn't bother me, because I love recycling things,' she replied with a smile.
Just then the train pulled up. She stood up and got on the train.

I was going to catch the same train but I couldn't bring myself to move.
So I sat there rigid and stared after the train until it disappeared into the distance.


  1. So the "bag" is a real child's skin? She's one sick lady!

  2. "because I love recycling things"

    so it was a real baby? D:

    Thanks for translating the story, Saya!

  3. That's pretty dark. Awesome C:

  4. Hahah! This one really made me smile! Definitely one of my favorites :) I actually found it a little funny. Am I twisted?

  5. What scares me isn't the 'baby bag', but then the man 'sat there rigid'. o_O

  6. Yeah... I don't think I'd get on that train either. You gotta admire her talent though. Keeping a dead baby looking alive can't be easy.

    @Simon: We're all a little twisted in our own way. Hence what I just typed.

    Thanks for the story, Saya!

  7. No one feels bad for the lady? I thought the story was kinda sad. The lady's infant died, so she tries to keep what is left of her child alive in some way. Maybe she is a bit delusional after the loss of her child? I just feel bad for the lady.

  8. @John Smith: I was thinking that too, actually. It's sad like that baby shoes short story. :(

  9. Wonder what she means by 'recycling things'?


  10. @John Smith

    You're definitely looking into it too much. All we're given is that the woman has a baby bag made out of a real baby. No where does it state that her baby died and she made it into a baby. For all we know, she could have found the dead baby on the street.

  11. I love how this story shows how crazy people can be

  12. @anonymous

    Ah, but 'looking into it too much' is what creepy short stories are intended for. Not much information is given to readers, thus it makes us imagining :)

  13. u guys do know that the narrator of the story is made of recycled material too right? Read the last 2 sentences of this story and you'll know that the guy who the lady talked to was in fact a fake person made of recycled material that looks human. The detail that gives this fact is when the lady said she created the realistic fake baby and the narrator could not even MOVE and just stared into the distance.

  14. what? He stood there rigid. Do you know what rigid means? It means still. He is definitely not made out of recycled material. AS anonymous stated, some of us are looking into this story a little bit too much. he sat there "rigid" because he was scared or shocked and too afraid to go on the train with the old woman.

    Anyways, love this story Saya!

  15. She killed the baby how sad.
    I thought she herself have a zip behind her that made the author to stay at the station.

  16. @Yuki: She didn't necessarily kill the baby though. Like Anonymous 2 said,"For all we know, she could have found the dead baby on the street." I personally think it's creepier if she stole someone else's recently deceased baby.


    Jesus, this was the first to really creep me out in a while. Thanks, Saya! well, creep in a WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT way.

  18. So many

    @Adyan: Yes, indeed, sir:)

    @Mateusz: It appears so!

    @crazy51: my pleasure, dear. I love crazy people like you! lol

    @Hikage: oh! A nice big smile!

    @Simon: Things like this can be both scary and funny at the same time - rather like stories by Edgar Allan Poe!

    @FluffyChocolatey: Interesting interpretation!

    @Picklegod: Yeah she must be very skilled. Maybe she is a taxidmist?lol

    I agree Simon shouldn't worry! I mean look at me! XD

    How sweet. Thank you dear.

    @John: yes, I think it is very possible that the lady had lost her child and gone mad... You are very kind-hearted, dear.

    @Sachi: don't be sad! :)

    @Anonymous: it is always my pleasure to have sagacious readers like yourself, dear!

    @Anonymous 2: Yes we never know what really happened. It maybe her dead child or she may have found it lying dead on the street!

    @Anonymous 3: real people are always scarier than ghosts!

    @FluffyChocolatey: I must agree with you dear. Guessing and imagining things from the little information we've given is all part of the fun with such stories!

    I don't think John is looking into it too much either!

    But, well, let's not start a fight over such trivial matters! :D

    @andrew: again, interesting interpretation!

    @Rebecca: Thank you dear! I'm glad you love the story ;)

    @Yuki and Picklegod: always good to hear people's opinions! Interesting!

    @Steeple33: really? I didn't expect people to be so creeped out by this one! Well I'm glad that it was able to entertain you! ;)

  19. Man, now I wish I could sew so I could make a baby bag! (not out of real babies of course).

  20. Ewww how disturbing! I *loved* it! :D

  21. A dead baby bag. O__O That's creepy. This gave me the shivers... Though, the baby bag may not actually be made made from a dead baby. It could simply be made out of other recycled material. But in that case, why would the lady make it look like a baby? It's scary, no matter what way you look at it.

  22. Saya, you are truly a treasure as are all of your macabre gifts. I hope all is well with you, my dear.

  23. @Adorably Dead: Good! :D

    @Tani:very true, dear.

    @William: thank you very much dear. How wonderfully gentlemanly you always are!

  24. You know, it could be a doll that was recycled into a bag.

  25. Very nice story, but that woman was creepy ass hell.

  26. hmm... maybe inside the baby bag were very valuable things so she made the bag look like a baby so that she would not be a target of thieves hmmm... maybe??

  27. hu? When I read it I just though "oh, the lady found/had a baby doll and made it into a bag, what a creative way to recycle"

  28. 2 SHAPHAT, are you an indian??//anyways nice story but not that creepy.....may be the bag was not made from real baby!!!!!

  29. Thank you for all stories. I spent almost a day to read them when I found your page for the first time. I really really love horror story, they creep me out, give me a sleepless night (sometimes), but still love reading them. Thank you for your afford of finding, translating... These cryptic stories on your page are the best among pages which I googled :D

  30. @Thao: how very nice of you to thank me. Thank you for coming here and reading my stories!

    I hope you're sleeping OK now! :D

  31. Mrs Saya I found this on another website and I thought you should know. It was on


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