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Sundel bolong – Wikipedia
The word “sundel” which means ” prostitute ” or ” whore ” and “bolong” in Javanese which literally means “hole. In Indonesian mythology, a sundel bolong is a mythical ghost from the archipelago which is a woman with beautiful long hair and a long white dress her form is similar to Kuntilanak.
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The myth is closely linked to prostitutesmeaning a “prostitute with a hole in her”, in reference to the large hole which is said to appear in her back.
Hantu Sundel Bolong’ Susana
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Sundel Bolong has appeared in a number of movies.
This page was last edited on 17 Marchat This article relating to a myth or legend from Asia is a stub. The name “sundel bolong” derives from the physical appearance of the ghost. University of Chicago Press. Retrieved from ” https: In folklore, a sundel bolong is the soul of a woman who died when she was pregnant outside of marriage and therefore gave birth in her grave, or who died during childbirth and the baby came out from her back this is the reason why the hole was created in her back  which is concealed from men by her long black hair.
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