It appears she was set loose within a school in Kyoto to target an all-girls class of nine-year-olds, who were sealed within a classroom without any adults. (possibly due to The Organization's remote locks) At first Kiko succeeds in terrifying the would-be sacrifices, but The Organization's attempt is defeated by the class who band together in the face of chaos and death to preform an exorcism that binds Kiko's spirit to a frog.
Either Kiko is bound to a happy frog, or Kiko is turned into a frog so she can live "happily," depending on the translation. (and potentially the translator's competence)
After the ritual, the girls celebrate and exclaim (in Japanese) "The evil has been defeated. Now Kiko's spirit will live in the happy frog!" It was later revealed there were no fatalities. This angers Gary Sitterson who watches them on his monitor.
Appearance and CharacteristicsEdit
Kiko appears to be a stringy-haired child in a ragged white gown who floats around and screeches menacingly and supernaturally. Her
The monster is based on a piece of Japanese folklore called Yūrei, which are evil spirits originating from people who have been murdered or have committed suicide. They are not granted a peaceful afterlife and haunt people because of it.