Ghost in Masung Tunnel
Ghost in Masung Tunnel is a Korean web comic screamer of a dead child ghost, but it looks more like a chupacabra. The story is located in Mt.Seok-sung, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. In 1994, an accident killed 8 people, surviving only two passengers. Made by studio HORANG. WARNING: The following text contains spoilers!
The comic is about a young lady who was on her way to hometown. There were few people on the bus, around ten people. She was reading her book so she could get away from boredom since it's a long trip. Yongin-si doesn't have a plain terrain so there are a lot of tunnels on the city. When the bus went through Ma-sung tunnel, she couldn't read more because, obviously, it was too dark, so she took a nap. When she woke up, she noticed that the bus was still on the tunnel, and a few minutes, she noticed that the tunnel was a never ending ride.
After the "It was not long before I fell asleep. I might have been pretty tired." The page will all went black. She looked at the people behind her and they were all dead with a deep cut through their flesh. She suddenly heard "SNAP! SNAP! SNAP!", a creepy weird noise coming from the front of the bus. When she looked at the front, she saw a dead child stabbing someone with a butcher knife, when the image zoom-in at the butcher knife, there'll be the first screamer. She tried to take off her seat belt but somehow it was stuck and the ghost was approaching her. After the "Strangely my seatbelt did not move a bit", there'll be the second screamer which is insane! "The knife of the child went straight through my tight, leaving me a burning pain and stripped myself into conscious" and one more scroll and the page will be white again.After the accident, she woke up from a 2-day-coma at the hospital. She asked the doctors, nurses and police officers about the child, but no one believed on her. She went to see the other passenger who was still on coma, and there was the ghost of the child sitting on him.
NOTE: The following comic contains a screamer.