Ghost story, Lao Tradition, Thai Tradition

The Real Goumonthong – Part II

This is a translated article from Koosang Koosom Magazine, written by Goumonngen in Thai Language, translated by Ginger. Chow Ban (The villagers) by Jae Danupol Kaewkarn Continued from: The Real Goumonthong - Part I I often rode my motorcycle to go watch Jour Por Songk (Trance Medium), and hung out there most of the times.… Continue reading The Real Goumonthong – Part II

Ghost story, Lao Tradition, Thai Tradition

The Real Goumonthong – Part I

This is a translated article from Koosang Koosom Magazine, written by Goumonngen in Thai Language, translated by Ginger. This part of the story is from my previous translation of Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part III: Goumonthong (golden boy or baby ghost) was a powerful being, and the most well known one… Continue reading The Real Goumonthong – Part I

Ghost story, Lao Tradition, Thai Tradition

Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part III

Continued from Part II This is a translated article from Koosang Koosom Magazine, written by Manop Keosanith written in Thai Language, translated by Ginger. I’ve mentioned in part I that Goumonthong (golden boy or baby ghost) was a powerful being, and the most well known one was from the Thai legend of ‘Koun Changh Koun… Continue reading Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part III

Ghost story, Lao Tradition, Thai Tradition

Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part II

Continued from Part I This is a translated article from Koosang Koosom Magazine, written by Manop Keosanith written in Thai Language, translated by Ginger. Those were the good old days, having faith or believing in Lok Grok (Lok Lort in Lao) was very common, but it’s rare in this day and age, but still exists.… Continue reading Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part II

Ghost story, Lao Tradition, Thai Tradition

Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part I

This is a translated article from Koosang Koosom Magazine, written by Manop Keosanith written in Thai Language, translated by Ginger. Goumonthong, or baby ghost spirit has been around for centuries, it is known as a sacred spiritual being and a valuable asset for those that own one, and can be greatly beneficial to the owner.… Continue reading Thai (Lao) Baby Ghost Spirit (Lok Grok-Goumonthong) – Part I