Ghost At School HINDI Episodes

Ghost At School HINDI Episodes
Ghost Stories tells the tale of Satsuki Miyanoshita, who moves with her family to the hometown of her deceased mother. On her first day of school, Satsuki; her brother Keiichirou, a first-grader; their neighbor Hajime Aoyama; Momoko Koigakubo, an older schoolmate; and Leo Kakinoki, a classmate and friend of Hajime's with a penchant for the paranormal visit the abandoned school building adjacent the current school complex and discover that the building is haunted.

Siblings Satsuki Miyanoshita and Keiichirō Miyanoshita move with their father Reiichirō Miyanoshita to their deceased mother Kayako's hometown.

The next day in school, the flushes of the new school building's restrooms start malfunctioning, prompting the teachers to instruct the children to use the old school's restrooms.

Satsuki's class decide to stage a drama. Keita, the student playing the lead role, which sees his character get cursed by a ghost and almost killed, wants to avoid acting in the play.

The old school building is haunted by the ghost of the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven, which plays a piano and curses people through the song Für Elise, stating that they will die if they hear the song four times; he can accomplish this by making his victims hear his song through various objects, even ones that could not normally play music.

While Keiichirō prepares for the race in the school's sports competition, he meets a young boy and befriends him.

The children of the town are attacked by a spirit, which leaves them shaking in fear for days, while their parents are not home. The spirit Babasare  resembles the Grim Reaper and has the power to alter reality. It haunts children that are home alone and those who believe in and fear him.  

Another ghost is let loose in the old school building, which inhabits an old mirror. He captures people in the mirror world and replaces them with a replica who wears glasses and has no reflection. He tries to replace everybody in the town, but is sealed away by Satsuki who puts another mirror right in front of his, thus returning everything back to normal. 

While searching for the internet website Yomi-net, which connects to the underworld, Leo nearly falls victim for the underworld demon hag. In the past, he used to take lost people to the boats of the Sanzu River and then force them to get into a boat and cross the river, which leads them to the underworld.

Satsuki's school pet keeper, Mio, brings a rabbit, Shirotabi, back to life through a black magic ritual. The spell works, but with a side-effect, Shirotabi gets cursed and turns into a demon every night. Although Mio tries to stop Shirotabi, she realizes Shirotabi no longer even recognizes her.

Satsuki is stalked by a ghost called Mary which resembles a beautiful European-looking doll, asking her if she wants to play with her. Despite her innocent behavior, she is a very dangerous deity, as stated by Amanojaku. Satsuki and the others try to get rid of her by leaving her in a doll house where the toys of deceased people remain. 

Episode 12 – The Nurse Who Tells Your Death – Mother’s Feelings  New!
A mysterious nurse-like figure appears before Keiichirō, and starts haunting him. The deity, described by Satsuki’s mom as some kind of Shinigami, visits a person who is near death and tells them that his or her end is close at hand so the person can talk with their loved ones for one last time.

Satsuki paints a picture, which coincidentally resembles her mother's painting from a long time ago, leading the ghost of an art teacher from the old school with an obsession with the Italian artist Leonardo Da Vinci, to be set free. 

Episode 14 – The Life-Taking Psychic Photo – Railway Crossing of Evil  New!
One of the railway crossings in the town is haunted by the ghost of a once normal woman called Shizuko who was going to get married. 

Satsuki and three of her friends are taught and compelled into performing a black magic ritual that can grant their wishes, by their classmate Shinobu. However, the spells are actually a trap for the girls to have their souls stolen by the darkness, and Shinobu in reality is the avatar of an evil deity called Yamime

While Satsuki's father falls ill with a mysterious fever, after working on a building's demolition, she and her friends are lured to an abandoned building by a woman, whom they think is about to commit suicide.