The tomb of Taira no Masakado, a Samurai in the Heian period of Japan is said to be haunted by the spirit of Masakado. The tomb of Masakado near Tokyo was replaced with the new office of the Ministry of finance in the 1920s. In 1926, 10 staff members of the office were plagued with unknown diseases, resulted in a serial of deaths. Soon after WWII, the ministers of Japan attempted to reconstruct the tomb of Masakado. A bulldozer driver had died during the construction when he accidentally knocked over the tablet of the tomb with the bulldozer. The ministers of Japan then issued plans to carry out the reconstruction of the tomb in cautious. Masakado was then classified as a demigod; a shrine was dedicated and to pleased the spirit.
The final resting place of Masakado