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Crawling Girl
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Japanese name女の子クロールの
Romaji nameOn'nanoko o kurōru suru
Other namesNone
AgeYoung, around 10
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorUnknown
OccupationUnknown
Cause of deathPulled away by Long Arms
Encountered inDoll Room
FamilyUnknown
AppearancesFatal Frame
Voice actorUnknown
Jap. voice actorUnknown
"Let's play."


Crawling Girl is a hostile female spirit in Fatal Frame.

BackgroundEdit

A young girl who was friends with Mikoto. She along with a few other children were playing Demon Tag. She decided to hide in the Doll Room, but the ghost Long Arms grabbed her, pulling her into the wall and to her death.

BattleEdit

When Miku enters the Doll Room on the First Night and takes a photo of the Child Onlooker to break the seal on the door leading to the Stairway, it will trigger a cutscene and the Crawling Girl will then attack. Like Broken Neck and Tomoe Hirasaka, she can paralyze Miku by screaming.

After her spirit is defeated, her last words are "When will anybody find me?... I've been waiting for so long!".

InfoEdit

Below is displayed the ghost's info according to the game's official guidebook.

Night 1Edit

  • HP: 300
  • Attack power: C
  • Movement: D
  • Location: Doll Room
  • Profile: The ghost of a child who was friends with Mikoto, the folklorist's daughter. She was spirited away while playing Demon Tag in the mansion, and turned into an evil spirit.

Night 2Edit

  • HP: 300
  • Attack power: C
  • Movement: C
  • Location: Doll Room
  • Profile: Like the girl in the well, she was a friend of Mikoto's. She isn't very agile, and is a comparatively easy ghost to seal.

TriviaEdit

Crawling Girl Ju-on

Kayako Saeki crawling down the stairs in Ju-on: The Grudge.

  • It is possible that the Crawling Girl was based off of Japanese horror monsters. In traditional Japanese horror films, female ghosts, demons, or spirits tend to crawl toward their victims to deliver a terrifying experience and feeling to both the films' characters and the audience.

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