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Submitted by Stomper Lau Lup
Stomper Lau Lup was browsing through antiques on community marketplace app, Carousell, when he came across a listing that sent chills down his spine.
The seller was selling an amulet that looked like a mini figurine complete with hair.
According to the description written by the seller in Malay, the amulet can bring its owner success in business and bring in a lot of money in a short period of time.
It can also protect its owner and ward off any harm that may come as well as attack any enemies.
The seller also wrote that it was "tame" and did not need to be fed blood but could be satiated with an oil instead.
The Jenglot Karang Betoro was supposedly found in 2007 at Parangtritis Beach in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.