Ghost of Tu-po

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Tu-po was an ancient Chinese ghost with revenge on his mind. Before he died, Tu-Po served as a minister to Chinese Emperor Hsuan (lived 827-783 B.C.). The two had a disagreement, and Hsuan had Tu-Po killed in about 786 B.C., despite warnings that Tu-Po would come back and haunt him.

Tu-Po did a lot more than haunt the emperor: Three years later, in 783 B.C., “Hsuan was killed with an arrow fired by an apparition resembling Tu-Po in front of an assembly of feudal lords,” wrote Chinese philosopher Mo Tzu (lived 470-391 B.C.).

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