Serious props are owed to the camera crew who risked their lives to bring us this stunning footage taken from the abandoned village of Shiraiwa, because in doing so, they came uncomfortably close to recreating the plot of Siren: Blood Curse. For the unfamiliar, Shiraiwa is an actual ghost town you can find near Chichibu, just north of Tokyo, where I assume it will remain right up until the skies start raining blood and it vanishes from existence.
The reason this town is so special is it served as the real-life inspiration for Hanuda, the Shibito-infested village from the Siren series. Just a heads up, this video will make you want to play Siren.
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