Folk Rumors

Old Beijing was changed to Peking in the Republic of China. Just because Nanjing was the capital at that time, Beijing had to change its name. As a result, Beijing has been switching between the two names. Anyway, since we are talking about the Republic of China period, let’s call it Peking.

The incident mentioned happened just after the Qing Dynasty was overthrown.

At that time, the Revolution of 1911 had just passed, and the imperial system that had ruled China for thousands of years had been completely overthrown. In fact, there were no fundamental changes in the early years of the Republic of China. The most obvious thing is that the people finally cut off the little braid on the back of their heads. Little did you know, the braid cutting this time was the same as the last time when the Manchu Qing Dynasty took over the Central Plains and ordered all men to shave their hair and leave braids, which would also lead to many murders. Therefore, in the early years of the Republic of China, you could still often see some people with pigtails and long shirts and mandarin jackets in the streets and alleys of Peiping. Of course, the most hilarious ones were those in suits and leather shoes but wearing a melon-pipe hat, with A braid trailing behind her butt.

Speaking of which, in the back streets of Jingshan in the Imperial City, there is an alley with a strange name: Bangchui Alley. I don’t know if it has any origin? In fact, the word "bangchui" is almost the same as silly. Isn't there a saying in old Beijing called "I'll give you a mallet – just be serious about stitching needles"? The story we are telling happened at No. 13 of this alley.

Although the name of this alley is Bangchui, the terrain is not as straight as a tube. Instead, it has many twists and turns. I don’t know why it was like this in the first place? It's probably caused by those building houses encroaching on each other's territory, making it inconvenient to go out and get in by yourself. No. 13 of Bangchui Alley is a famous haunted house. Anyone who hears the name knows that someone must have died in this house. Just because people have died, it can't be considered a haunted house. To be called a haunted house, there must be two basic conditions: first, people die often, that is, not one or two people die; second, abnormal death means violent death. Of course, violent death is not necessarily homicide, but it is still easily associated with a kind of horror.

No. 13 is a courtyard with three entrances in total, which is pretty big. The courtyard houses in old Beijing are unique and exquisite. Siheyuan, also known as Sihefang, is a traditional courtyard-style building of the Han nationality. Its layout is a courtyard with houses built on all sides. It usually consists of a main house, east and west wing rooms and an inverted house. The courtyard is enclosed in the middle, hence the name Siheyuan. Since Beijing was officially established as the capital in the Yuan Dynasty, courtyard houses have appeared at the same time as the palaces, government offices, neighborhoods, lanes and alleys of Beijing.

Although Beijing's traditional courtyard houses have certain regulations, they vary in size and can be roughly divided into three types: large courtyard, medium courtyard and small courtyard:

A small courtyard usually has three rooms in the north, one bright and two dark, or two bright and one dark. There are two rooms in the east and west wings, and three rooms in the south room (inverted room).

The middle courtyard is more spacious than the small courtyard. It usually has 5 rooms in the north, 3 in the front and 2 in the west, and 3 in the east and west. There is a corridor in front of the room to protect it from wind and rain. In addition, the courtyard walls are divided into the front courtyard (outer courtyard) and the backyard (inner courtyard), and the courtyard walls are connected with each other by moon gates.

A large courtyard is customarily called a "big house gate". The layout of the house can be 5 south and 5 north, 7 south and 7 north, and there are even 9 or 11 main rooms. It is usually a duplex courtyard, that is, it is composed of multiple courtyards connected vertically. .

Courtyard No. 13 of Bangchui Hutong is a three-entry courtyard with a brick-wood structure. Purlins, columns, beams, sills, rafters, doors, windows, partitions, etc. are all made of wood. The wooden frame is surrounded by brick walls. The beams, columns, doors, windows and cornices and rafters are all painted with colorful paintings. A quick glance shows that the owner who built this courtyard must be a powerful official. The main door of a courtyard occupies the size of a room, including gate tower, door opening, door (door leaf), door frame, waist rails, rest boards, walking boards, door pillows, connecting sills, thresholds, door hairpins, large borders, and wipers. , straps, door panels, door cymbals, plugs, animal faces, door nails, etc. There are many of them.

As soon as you enter the door, there is a straight screen wall. The top of the screen wall is made of tube tiles, and then bricks are used to build the frame. There is a big word "福" in the middle, and below it is the Xumizuo with a view of the mountains and sea. The courtyard is full of flowers and trees, making it elegant and pleasant. Lilacs, crabapples, elm-leaf plums, mountain peach blossoms, jujube trees, locust trees… There are also pools, flowers and potted pomegranate trees, rhododendrons, gardenias, etc. In the flowerbed in front of the steps, there are grass jasmine, impatiens, and morning glory. Flowers, coupled with the grape trellis on the verandah, just looking at the outside of the yard, you can tell how wealthy the owner was back then.

According to legend, this courtyard existed when Dadu was still in the Yuan Dynasty. It was the outer residence of a Mongolian prince at that time. As the name suggests, "waizhai" refers to the wife that the male owner married other than his main wife. In fact, the meaning of this outer house is more than just that. In ancient China, even until the Republic of China, there was polygamy. Generally, the so-called head wife, commonly known as the eldest wife, and other wives and concubines, that is, concubines, lived in the same place, just in separate rooms or houses. The wives and concubines living in those branch houses are not counted as outhouses, but outhouses are for the main house. To be more precise, it is a title for the head wife. The so-called foreign wife is just a metaphor, but in fact it is the foreign wife. A wife living outside is different from those concubines at home. No matter how favored the concubines are at home, they are not in the position of masters. Unless it gets straightened out one day. But the foreign wife is different. This foreign wife is the master and mistress of the house she owns. Just like in Dream of Red Mansions, when Second Sister You married Jia Lian, she was a foreigner.

The foreign wife of this Mongolian prince was a Han woman, and the Yuan Dynasty's ancestral rule prohibited intermarriage between Mongols and Han people. The prince fell in love with her and regarded her as the apple of his eye. However, due to the ancestral system, he was not allowed to marry her publicly, so he had to build this large house to support this Han woman here. This prince only weighs a pound. Alsileng, the beloved Han woman, whose surname is Lan, has the character "die" in her last name. This big house built by Prince Borjijin for Miss Lan Die is actually called "Lan House"! This shows how much he loves this woman.

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When "Blue House" was built, there was no such thing as Bangchui Hutong, so it was certainly not No. 13. According to the regulations of Dadu in the Yuan Dynasty, the distance between alleys formed by courtyards is 70 meters to wide. Therefore, there are no private houses next to "Blue House". With the decline and demise of the Yuan Dynasty, as time went by and dynasties changed, the magnificent mansions withered away day by day. Naturally, they were unable to interfere with those building houses around them, and they continued to occupy land across the border. This is why Bangchui Hutong later became winding.

Unfortunately, the Yuan Dynasty spent all day conquering the east and west, and the prince was one of the emperor's generals, so he had to accompany him on expeditions all year round. But Ling, a girl from the Han family, although she lived in this magnificent mansion and lived a life of fine clothes and fine food, she was depressed every day. As time went by, things would naturally happen.

This time the baby only weighed a catty. Alslen went to Europe for three years. Something happened at night when he suddenly returned three years later…

Alsileng rode alone and came to the door of "Blue Mansion" and knocked on the door loudly.

A slave inside came out and opened the door, and saw the prince standing outside the door! He was so frightened that he felt like he had seen a ghost. He yelled at the top of his lungs, "The prince is back!"

Then he rolled and crawled towards the inside.

Alslen was very surprised and led the war horse into the yard. No servant came to lead the horse, but there were many male and female domestic servants running around, most of them running directly towards the back. Suspicion suddenly arose in Alslen's heart, he threw away the horse's reins, and strode straight to the last entrance where Blue Butterfly lived. Those maids Alsleng caught up with along the way, he would kick them away or knock them down with a punch without any hesitation. Later, when he got up, he actually grabbed the person and threw him directly into the pool and rockery. I think that the baby is only a pound. Alsileng was a famous tiger general of the Yuan Dynasty. He was extremely powerful. If he kicked or punched him, he would not be disabled but would be severely injured, let alone a few of them who would be thrown out. As long as the person who fell into the water did not drown, he could still survive, but the person who was thrown into the rockery would have already had his brains burst and died. In an instant, the yard was filled with blood and flesh, and it was too horrible to look at.

Alsleng broke into the third north room where Landie lived, and saw a chaos inside. There was even a child's cry coming from the east wing. He ignored the details of the main room and opened the curtain to enter the east wing.

A disheveled woman held an infant less than a month old in her arms, and a boy about three years old stood beside her. There was another man dressed in Chinese attire, also disheveled, standing in front of them. Two adults and one child were trembling. The children in my arms and on the ground kept crying. The three-year-old child grabbed the man's clothes and kept calling "Daddy, Daddy."

Alsileng took a look and saw that the woman was his beloved wife Lan Die, and the man was actually the housekeeper Gao Tianming! Alsileng suddenly felt angry and evil in his heart. He pulled out the sword from his waist and cut Gao Tianming into two pieces with one strike. Then he struck back with another strike and cut the three-year-old child in half. Landie on the side was already scared out of his wits and couldn't cry anymore. Alsileng dragged Lan Die over, snatched the baby in her arms, and threw it out the door. Then, he grabbed Lan Die's neck with both hands and roared loudly: "I'll strangle you to death." Bitch!”

Within a moment, the room was filled with blood, and three lives lay in the pool of blood. Alsleng was already jealous of the killing. He went out with a knife and killed everyone he met. He actually fought all the way out of Lanzhai until the door. He got on his horse and left without looking back. There was a pool of blood behind him. Like the sea.

When the neighbors reported the matter to the government, the government officials came in to take stock. In that night, thirteen members of the family had died at the hands of Alsleng! Such a bloody case was ignored by the government. Just because the person who died was a Han, and the murderer was a Mongolian prince. What's more, it's his family matter? The Mongols of the Yuan Dynasty were originally nomadic people and practiced slavery. A domestic slave of a Mongolian noble, the master has the power of life and death. How can the government pursue it?

This is the historical reason why House No. 13 is called the "Haunted House". Of course, it is a bit far-fetched to label a perfectly good house as a haunted house just because of such a piece of unofficial history. This house became a haunted house because of a series of incidents that happened in this house…

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It is said that just thirty years after the murder, a second murder actually occurred in the "Blue House".

For many years after Alslen left, the house was abandoned. It was not until twenty years later that Alslen's son Narisong inherited everything owned by his father who died on the battlefield, including his title and family property. Risong took a fancy to this house and renovated it. The whole family moved in and turned it into the Prince's Mansion. At that time, one of Narisong's staff suggested to him that a murder had occurred in this house, which was unlucky.

But Risong replied nonchalantly, "Mongolians grew up in bloodshed and war. Why are they afraid of blood?"

No one thought that ten years later, another massacre would happen.

It was a winter night. Narisong's family, excluding Narisong himself, has a total of nine members at home, including Narisong's three Fujin and six children. In addition, there are more than forty maids and servants in the mansion, ten of whom are Mongolians and the rest are Han Chinese. It happened that that night Narisong went to a friend's house to drink and didn't come back.

Early the next morning, Narisong returned home and found that everyone had been poisoned and fell to the ground. Risong was so frightened that day that he rushed to the three Fujin houses and found that his three Fujin and six children, as well as the ten Mongolians in the house, were not only poisoned, but also stabbed several times and had already died. There was blood everywhere in several houses, and the scene was very close to the murder thirty years ago. What shocked Narisong the most was that in the middle of the Beifang hall, there were a few lines of big characters written in blood: "Poison kills fishermen!" The rest of the Han people were not in danger of life, they were just poisoned and comatose, except for one man named Gaoqiu. cook.

Risong suddenly realized that this murder was actually revenge! He was not knocked down by the murder, but was gnashing his teeth and furious with hatred. He immediately rushed to Zongzheng Mansion and demanded that the fugitive murderer Gao Chou be arrested immediately. How dare the Zongzheng Mansion be negligent when they heard that such a shocking case had occurred? Immediately draw a picture and send it to various places to offer rewards for catching the fish enemy.

By the way, who is this Gaoqiu? What is the deep hatred between Narisong and his family? He actually used such cruel methods to create a major case in which 19 people in his family were killed by himself? To know what happened, we have to go back to the murder case 30 years ago…

I remember Alsileng dragging Landie over, snatching the baby from her arms, and throwing it out the door. Unexpectedly, Lan Die's nanny, Mrs. Wen Wang, was slow to move because of her age. She heard that there was chaos in the house and wanted to go to Lan Die's house to have a look. As soon as she walked to the door, the baby flew straight into her arms. Mrs. Wen Wang quickly caught it with her hands. It turned out to be the youngest son of Gao Tianming and Lan Die. He opened his little mouth and was crying loudly. He was shocked and fainted, but there was no sound. Mrs. Wen already knew that Alsleng was committing a murder. She, an old and frail woman, was definitely not the one who could stop him from committing the murder. She could only take their children and leave quickly, in order to preserve a trace of their blood in the future. Revenge. So Mrs. Wen Wang picked up the child and ran away in a hurry.

When Alslen committed the murder, he did not think about it in detail. Afterwards, he had long forgotten who he had killed and did not pursue any fish that had slipped through the net. Therefore, the Wenwang family who escaped safely left Dadu and returned to their hometown of Zhuji, Zhejiang.

It turns out that Landie is originally from Zhuji, Zhejiang, and the Wenwang family and the Lan family are from the same hometown. The Lan family was originally a prominent family in the south of the Yangtze River. At that time, Lan Die was the daughter of the Lan family, and Mrs. Wen Wang was her wet nurse. Unexpectedly, the Yuan soldiers went straight to the south of the Yangtze River, and the Southern Ming Dynasty was destroyed. Alsleng led his troops into Zhuji City, killed all the men in the Lan Mansion, and kidnapped the 19-year-old Lan Die and all the female relatives, including the Wen Wang family. Besides, Gao Tianming was also from Zhuji, and his family was also brutally killed. When Alsleng attacked Zhuji, he was lucky not to be in the city, so he only escaped with his life. Gao Tianming was also born as a scholar-bureaucrat in the south of the Yangtze River. His surname was Yu. The Yulan family had been friends for generations. Tianming and Lan Die were childhood sweethearts. After learning that his fiancée had been abducted by Alsleng, Yu Tianming went to Dadu under the pseudonym Gao Tianming and used Alsleng to recruit a housekeeper for the Blue House. Gao Tianming stood out with his outstanding talent and became the great housekeeper of the Blue House.

Originally, the two of them were careful in Lanzhai, and only the Wenwang family in the house knew the details. Unexpectedly, three years after Alslen left Beijing, various news came, saying that he had died in battle. Lanzhai was originally an external residence, and there is no definite information about the government or court. The two of them actually lived like a couple. Most of the people in the mansion were Han people, and there were many female relatives from the original Lan mansion. After they got married again in Dadu, they brought the men into the Lan mansion. The few remaining Alsleng's original domestic slaves were all bribed. The entire Blue Mansion has become the new Blue Mansion.

Therefore, when Alslen suddenly returned three years later, the whole family panicked and fled in all directions, as if they had seen a ghost.

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Besides, Mrs. Wen fled back to Zhuji with their two orphans, raised their children incognito, and before she died, she told the 18-year-old Yu Qiu about the blood feud between the two generations. Yuqiu swore a poisonous oath: He would take revenge in this life. In order to avenge his hatred, Yu Qiu first studied martial arts with a master in the martial arts world. He first learned the Southern Shaolin Kungfu. Then he visited the martial arts world and learned the art of poisoning from a poison master. He then studied with a great Mongolian chef and learned how to apply poison. Excellent skills in cooking Mongolian food. It took a full fifteen years to finally master the skill and then join the family as a chef. And he did it quietly, working undercover for five years looking for opportunities. It can be said that one moves with determination and one hit is sure to hit.

It was estimated that only Narisong was not in the mansion that day. Yu Qiu used his clever poisoning method to poison all the people in the mansion, and divided them into different degrees. In fact, he stopped making last strikes, and none of those Mongolians survived until dawn. Yu Qiu's last attack caused a murder, just to tell Na Risong, the only survivor deliberately left alive, that he was here for revenge. Otherwise, within five years, he would have poisoned everyone to death and escaped unscathed.

As of today, it is actually a blood feud between the Lanyu family and the Borzhijin family for three generations.

That boer is only a catty. Although Risong didn't know much about what his father did back then, he still heard more or less about it. Narisong is 45 years old this year and was already a 15-year-old boy 30 years ago. I once learned that my father brought back a woman from the south of the Yangtze River during his southern expedition and built a foreign house outside. The Mongolians never noticed anything wrong about this. It wasn't until Alsileng returned to the mansion covered in blood that day that the mansion learned that something had happened to Lan Zhai.

My father became depressed and drank all day long. He died five years later, and Narisong inherited his father's business. I never thought that my father had committed such a murderous crime and never eradicated it? A trace of evil will be left behind! What's more, I didn't expect that this man had been working hard for 30 years, and then killed everyone in his house in one fell swoop. He even dared to leave a bloody letter at the place where he committed the crime. This really shocked Narisong. Risong knew very well that this fish enemy would never let him go. The reason why he chose the day when he was the only one absent to carry out such an earth-shattering murder was not to let himself go, but precisely to make himself feel terror, loneliness, fear and anger, and to stimulate his soul in this way. Narisong was determined to hunt down this man and avenge his family, and he also wanted to let all the Han people who hated the Mongolian Yuan know that resisting the Mongol rule would result in death!

On the one hand, Narisong used the government to trace the whereabouts of the murderer Yu Qiu in various places, especially in Dadu and Zhuji; on the other hand, he ordered all Han people in the original government to be put into prisons and tortured to trace their relationship with Yu Qiu. He also threatened that if Yu Qiu did not come out and surrender, all these 30 Han Chinese would be buried alive! Hatred made both Narisong and Yuqiu lose their minds. In order to avenge each other, they had already killed dozens of innocent lives! What's even more terrifying is how long will this blood feud last?

That day, Risong wanted to kill more than 30 innocent people to demonstrate to Yuqiu and the world, which had completely demonstrated his cruel character. He also quickly led people to clean the house, moved in again, and married three more Fujins. He also sang and danced in the house every night and drank heavily all night long. He openly wants to use himself as a lure to let fish enemies come to his door.

Besides, Yuqiu sneaked out of Dadu after killing people. He had already determined that Risong would never let him go and would definitely trace him to Zhuji. Yu Qiu has been lurking next to Risong for five years and has a very good understanding of his personality and behavior. Knowing that this person is not only cruel in temperament, but also meticulous in his actions, he will be very meticulous in tracing his whereabouts. Therefore, Yu Qiu did the opposite. Instead of returning to Zhuji, he hid in a mountain at the foot of the Great Wall. Upon hearing the news, Yu Qiu was very angry at first, and then gradually calmed down. I began to reflect on my actions and felt that I should not have killed so many people in one go because of my own family feud. In fact, they are all innocent, and now they have to implicate more innocent people. He is really guilty. So, Yu Qiu made a decisive decision…

Early the next morning, Yuqiu appeared at the gate of the house he was familiar with and said to the soldiers guarding the door: "I am Yuqiu. Take me to see your master."

Several soldiers swarmed up and walked into the mansion with Yu Qiu tied behind his back, and escorted him to the lobby.

Risong sat in the hall that day, smiled coldly at him, and said, "You are indeed a man! How dare you come here alone."

Yu Chou said: "That Risong, I, Yu Chou, can only do what I do! I only ask you to release the innocent people in prison. Yu Chou is willing to die to apologize."

Narisong nodded and said: "You are a loyal man. Let me ask you, what hatred do the nine wives of Narisong and the other ten Mongolians in the Contract Mansion have? You actually committed such a murderous attack. They poisoned them all? Don't you know they are all women and children?"

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Yu Qiu raised his head and replied: "What hatred do my parents and the other 11 people in the house have against your father Alsileng? My maternal grandfather, the Lan family, has 23 men, and my grandfather Yu family has 25 lives. How do they have anything to do with your father Alsileng?" Revenge? This blood feud, totaling 61 lives, is the reason for my murder!"

Risong couldn't help but let out a long sigh and said: "I never thought that my father would have so many lives in his hands! It would be fine on the battlefield. After all, these people are old, weak, women and children. Fish feud, but such a blood feud is only done by my father. , but you should not kill innocent people indiscriminately again, adding 19 more innocent lives to this blood feud!"

Hearing this, Yu Qiu shed tears and replied: "Nari Song, today I am willing to let you tie Caishikou and be executed in Ling Chi to thank the world!"

Narisong nodded and said: "I think you are a bloody man, so I will immediately order the release of those in prison and send you to the government for punishment."

Na Risong personally kept his promise and sent Yu Qiu to prison, while releasing other innocent people.

A few days later, Zong Zhengfu executed Yu Qiu Lingchi at Caishikou.

That day, Songke meditated all day long. After a few months, he dispersed his property and family and went to Mount Wutai alone to become a monk and take revenge.

So far, the three-generation blood feud between Bo'er Zhijin and Lanyu's family has finally come to an end. A total of 70 people died from this! It can be seen how much ethnic hatred the Mongols invaded the Central Plains that day.

Originally, the story could be considered to have come to an end here, but unexpectedly, decades later, another person claiming to be a high enemy appeared and organized a branch of the White Lotus Sect in Beijing to overthrow the imperial court. Somehow this house fell into his hands. One day, pretending to be clever, he gathered a congregation in the house and preached the Maitreya doctrine. The news leaked out and he was surrounded by officers and soldiers. After a burst of artillery fire, the officers and soldiers rushed in and killed all the people, nearly a hundred of them. The house was originally a brick and wood structure, but it was almost completely destroyed by artillery fire, leaving only ruins.

The news reached Mount Wutai and Master Liao Qiu, who was already 105 years old, passed away after writing a few poems that night.

The poem says: One person has his own murderous hatred, and it is difficult to be a monk to retaliate against each other. There have been numerous murders for a hundred years, and the Buddha will persevere to solve the mystery.

A few years later, Yuan died.

Zhu Yuanzhang established the Ming Dynasty.

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The Ming Dynasty first established its capital in Nanjing and then moved it to Beijing.

The city of Beijing that was destroyed by the war began to be rebuilt. This bloody house fell into the hands of a wealthy businessman, who rebuilt a courtyard house on the original abandoned and abandoned house site. This businessman's surname is Meng, and his last name has the character "和". The house rebuilt by Meng He was ranked No. 13 in the alley and was known as "Meng's Mansion".

By the Xuande period of the Ming Dynasty, the head of the Meng Mansion was Meng He's grandson Meng Qingyu. Meng Qingyu has been away on business all year round, but unexpectedly, murders occurred one after another at home…

First, Meng Qingyu’s eldest son, Meng Huolong, suddenly fell ill and died. He left behind his 36-year-old wife Meng Qiao and a pair of children. The girl was 16 years old and her name was Meng Yaoqian. The boy is 10 years old and his name is Meng Yaowen. After Meng Huolong died, Meng Qingyu's second son, Meng Huohu and his wife, forced his sister-in-law Meng Qiao to hand over the housekeeper's keys and account books, and then drove Meng Qiao, mother and daughter out of the Meng Mansion. Meng Qiao had no choice but to live on the street with her two children, and was temporarily taken in by a kind-hearted scholar Zhao Wenhui. It is said that Meng Qiao made a living by washing clothes for everyone, and her daughter Meng Yaoxian couldn't bear to see her mother working so hard every day, so she sold herself into a brothel. With the money from selling her body, her mother sent her younger brother to continue studying. Fortunately, Meng Qingyu's daughter Meng Qinglian often secretly helps her sister-in-law, so they can barely make ends meet.

Unexpectedly, a year later, the third young lady of the Meng family suddenly fell ill and died again! The symptoms before his death were exactly the same as those of his eldest brother Meng Huolong, which aroused the suspicion of doctors and immediately reported him to the government. The government arrested Meng Huohu and his wife for questioning. Meng Huohu falsely accused his sister-in-law Meng Qiao and his adulterer Zhao Wenhui, first poisoning her husband Meng Huolong and then her sister-in-law Meng Qinglian. Meng Huohu relied on money to bribe corrupt officials, beat Meng Qiao and Zhao Wenhui into prison, and sent them to death row for interrogation. Only his youngest son Meng Yaowen was left to live on the street as a beggar.

Meng Yaoqian, who had been reduced to a brothel, was in pain, but fortunately she met a knight, Cao Shuhua. He promised to take Meng Yaowen across the ocean to find Meng Qingyu who was doing business overseas.

Cao Shuhua found Meng Yaowen on the street, and then took him across the ocean. After many hardships, he finally found Meng Qingyu in London a year later. When Meng Qingyu heard that such a huge change had occurred in his family, he was so frightened that he almost went out of his mind. He thanked Cao Shuhua profusely, then settled his overseas business, and returned to Beijing with his grandson Meng Yaowen. He first went to a brothel to redeem his granddaughter's body, and then went to the government to inquire about his daughter-in-law Meng Qiaoshi and Zhao Wenhui, only to find out that they had been executed. Meng Qingyu shed tears in front of the lonely graves of his children on the mass grave, determined to spend all his family wealth and bring Meng Huohu, the rebellious son who destroyed human relations, to justice.

Meng Qingyu submitted a complaint to Shuntian Mansion, accusing his second son, Meng Huohu, and his wife, in order to embezzle family property, they murdered their brothers and sisters, and bribed corrupt officials to frame their sisters-in-law and harm innocent people. The famous No. 13 broke out another shocking case, which directly alarmed the then emperor Ming Xuanzong Zhu Zhanji. Zhu Zhanji personally supervised the case and finally made the truth known.

As expected, Meng Huohu and his wife were dissatisfied because their father left home and left the family business to his elder brother Meng Huolong and his wife. They took advantage of Meng Huolong's long-term physical weakness and constant use of medicine to bribe the maid in the medicine. A small amount of arsenic was secretly added so that there were no obvious signs of poisoning in the death. The brother was first poisoned to death, and then his sister was poisoned to death with the same method. In order to avoid future troubles, he bribed corrupt officials and used three thousand taels of silver to kill his sister-in-law Meng Qiao and the innocent scholar Zhao Wenhui.

The Skynet was extremely sparse, and Meng Huohu and his wife, together with their maid Xiuhong and the corrupt official Liu Dewang, were sentenced to execution by Shuntian Prefecture and their bodies were killed on the street at Caishikou that day. A family murder came to an end again.

The eldest Meng Qingyu, his granddaughter Meng Yaoqian, his grandson Meng Yaowen, and his grandson-in-law Cao Shuhua, stood outside the gate of No. 13 Bangchui Hutong with Xinruan and were filled with emotion. A perfectly good family could end up in such a dire situation. This sad old man bought this house filled with only pain, and took his remaining granddaughter, grandson, and son-in-law to travel across the ocean again, vowing never to come back again.

The old story about Haunted House No. 13 has come to an end. I need to inform all readers that this is a random fabrication based on folk history and should not be taken seriously. Now in the Republic of China, if there were another massacre here, it would be a different matter.

—Wonderful ghost stories are all in the ghost house:—

Rating: This story combines historical background, folklore and horror elements to construct a haunted house legend that spans the ages. From the Yuan Dynasty to the Republic of China, this house witnessed many murders, each one full of revenge, betrayal and tragedy. The haunted house in the story becomes a symbol of historical hatred and family strife, while the ultimate ending conveys a desire for peace and forgiveness. Overall, this is a ghost story with a complicated plot, full of suspense and horror, suitable for readers who like to explore historical suspense and supernatural phenomena.

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