That's why he is known as the Ghost of Pee Mak. There are stories relating to his life after he buried his wife and friends under the house himself. If Nak came back as a ghost, Mak mistook her to be a. MAKTREE, a chinese monster in the shape of a woman. But the right thing he was wrong, and had to leave her new form and returned to his native form, the only thing is that, she wants to meet him. So he meets her and on the day when her body was buried, the two of them met Mak.
In a one-night stand with a married woman named Nak, Mak witnesses a game of charades between her and the priest, and the two of them are immediately attracted to each other. Embarking on another, when they visit Nak's home, they find that two other men are already staying with Mrs. Nak. But, as all four of them are looking forward to the night being a romantic and adventurous one, the women's house suddenly collapses killing the women herself and all three of the male occupants. The story shifts to five years later where all three of them are still dead and buried under the collapsed house. Mak becomes depressed, but the police try to get him to talk about the incident, but Mak denies that there was any accident. After all, it was not until the day that he buried them that he felt any guilt for what he saw happen. But, with his emotions and feelings bottled up inside him and over the years, he just started to live a nocturnal life, spending his nights drinking and smoking in the woods
Mak was a soldier who, as a child of 12, was captured in the war and eventually made a member of the Japanese army. He was the victim of human experiments in which he was made to perform various military tasks as a psychic test, as well as on gaining superhuman abilities. He was ordered to cut the still-living brains of dangerous beasts to find the \"pearl of life\". 7211a4ac4a