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BY Molly Finnegan  March 13, 2013 at 12:11 PM EDT

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Participants paint their faces and bodies during the Ogoh-ogohs parade in Tunjuk Village in Bali, Indonesia. For the Balinese, Ogoh-ogohs reflect the form of demons or expression of bad traits. They are paraded around the villages and towns as a symbol of Bhuta Kala (Evil Spirit) to be attenuated. Photo by Sayoga/ Getty Images.