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"Fleeing their darker (or "less spiritual") emotions, impulses, and intentions, they had, to varying degrees, trapped themselves within the very practices and beliefs that they had hoped might liberate them, or at least make them feel better."-Robert Augustus Masters
The Pale Man in Pan’s Labyrinth is based on Tenome, an old Japanese legend. Tenome was a blind man who was beaten up and murdered by a mugger. He returned as a ghost, but his desire for revenge was so great that his blind eyes were gone, and instead, he grew new eyes in his hands. Now the Pale Man roams through cities and villages, searching for the mugger who murdered him.