The Monster with 21 Faces

On March 18, 1984, Katsuhisha Ezaki came home from work and decided to go for a bath. When he got ready for this bath at around 9 pm, he had utterly no idea that this dip in the tub was going to render him incredibly vulnerable in only a matter of moments.

Content Warnings: unsolved case, blackmail, mentions of suicide

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