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7th Sep '17 7:31:19 AM GrammarNavi
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* While not actually ghosts, most of the souls living in the unnamed [[CrapsackWorld suicide]] [[MundaneAfterlife afterlife]] in ''WristcuttersALoveStory'' all keep the injuries that they sustained when they killed themselves, although the wounds are empty of any blood or other gibs. They are able to change clothes, however, and this being a MundaneAfterlife, there are even stores that sell them.

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* While not actually ghosts, most of the souls living in the unnamed [[CrapsackWorld suicide]] [[MundaneAfterlife afterlife]] in ''WristcuttersALoveStory'' ''Film/WristcuttersALoveStory'' all keep the injuries that they sustained when they killed themselves, although the wounds are empty of any blood or other gibs. They are able to change clothes, however, and this being a MundaneAfterlife, there are even stores that sell them.
7th Aug '17 1:52:30 PM Gemser
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* ''VideoGame/HauntingStarringPolterguy'': Poltergeist Polterguy is wearing his cool leather outfit from the moment he died. His skateboard is still gone for good.
30th Jul '17 10:05:20 PM DynastiNoble
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** Also, in another episode "I Only Have Eyes For You", James and Grace wear 1950s attire when they met their demises. James had a rotting face instead of a bullet wound he shot himself with to scare Buffy.


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** In "Where The Wild Things Are", the apparitions, who are other than ghosts, of the orphans wear late 1940s-early 1960s uniforms manifest in their forms staring eerily like [[CreepyChild creepy children]] during Willow, Tara and Giles' exorcism.


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** Maude Pearson wears the same clothes she died in a heart attack in, but somehow she was all aged.
26th Jun '17 8:22:48 AM DrFraud
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A female ghost in her wedding dress and veil is particularly poignant, since it is an unmistakable reminder that she died on what was meant to be her happiest day of her life.

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A female ghost in her wedding dress and veil is particularly poignant, since it is an unmistakable reminder that she died on what was meant to be her the happiest day of her life.
24th Jun '17 1:01:20 AM DustSnitch
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* JacobMarleyApparel: Several saints from the Art/SistineChapel's ''The Last Judgement'' surrounding the risen Christ are holding objects that were used to execute them for their faith.

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* JacobMarleyApparel: Several saints from the Art/SistineChapel's ''The Last Judgement'' surrounding the risen Christ are holding objects that were used to execute them for their faith.
11th Jun '17 8:20:04 PM TheWildWestPyro
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*** Not enough? Try an entire paper mansion with a paper car.

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*** Not enough? Try an entire miniature paper mansion with tiny servants inside with a paper car. car in the garage.
4th Jun '17 1:41:09 AM DynastiNoble
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*''WesternAnimation/MikeTysonMysteries'': Marquess of Queensberry wears the same clothing when he was alive and when he died.
1st Jun '17 8:05:57 PM nombretomado
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* A common trope in ''TabletopGame/WraithTheOblivion'' from WhiteWolf, both in respect to clothes and cause-of-death - the explanation is that the wraith's psyche surrounds itself in a shell of corpus to anchor itself to the Shadowlands (if all corpus is destroyed, the psyche falls into the Tempest and is a ready target by the Shadow) and can look like anything, but often a familiar form. Interestingly, self-image can play a part; one woman who suffered frailty during a time of disease always felt as though her hands and arms were withered bones, so that's how she turned out on the other side. The appearance can change over time and often become more twisted as they amass Angst and lose Passions. Also subverted, as one of the specialties of the Masquers Guild is to alter the Corpus of customers via their knowledge of Moliate. They can provide a change of clothes, supermodel good looks, or skin as tough as armor, all if the price is fair.

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* A common trope in ''TabletopGame/WraithTheOblivion'' from WhiteWolf, Creator/WhiteWolf, both in respect to clothes and cause-of-death - the explanation is that the wraith's psyche surrounds itself in a shell of corpus to anchor itself to the Shadowlands (if all corpus is destroyed, the psyche falls into the Tempest and is a ready target by the Shadow) and can look like anything, but often a familiar form. Interestingly, self-image can play a part; one woman who suffered frailty during a time of disease always felt as though her hands and arms were withered bones, so that's how she turned out on the other side. The appearance can change over time and often become more twisted as they amass Angst and lose Passions. Also subverted, as one of the specialties of the Masquers Guild is to alter the Corpus of customers via their knowledge of Moliate. They can provide a change of clothes, supermodel good looks, or skin as tough as armor, all if the price is fair.
5th May '17 1:12:04 PM Golondrina
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* In ''Literature/TheBlueGirl'', Adrian learns from the ghost of a rebellious teenager that he can return to the mortal coil one night per year. Said ghost died in a car crash with a pack of cigarettes on him, which retains the same number of cigs, no matter how many he smokes, and he also keeps his JamesDean style clothing.

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* In ''Literature/TheBlueGirl'', Adrian learns from the ghost of a rebellious teenager that he can return to the mortal coil one night per year. Said ghost died in a car crash with a pack of cigarettes on him, which retains the same number of cigs, no matter how many he smokes, and he also keeps his JamesDean Creator/JamesDean style clothing.
1st Apr '17 3:30:07 AM Doug86
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* Recurring DCComics supervillain Gentleman Ghost always appears in the clothes of his time period; as that's the nineteenth century, he's depicted with a top hat, full suit, gloves, monocle, and ruffled jabot.

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* Recurring DCComics Creator/DCComics supervillain Gentleman Ghost always appears in the clothes of his time period; as that's the nineteenth century, he's depicted with a top hat, full suit, gloves, monocle, and ruffled jabot.
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