Thao Linjong the governor of Kanthang or Kanthathirat, the city was very peaceful in under his governs. Thao Linjong has a son name Thao Singto or
Thao Linthong who was very heartless and cruel. The governor realized that if he let his son administrated the city it would be disaster. When Thao
Linjong known what his father though, he was very angry and commanded his father appointed him to be a governor. But the father refused, then the son
tortured the father by imprison him in the dark jail, flog him, and did not give him some food and drink. Even the mother tried to ask him free the
father, but he did not listen. Thao Linjong could not endure suffering, he died. Before he died, Thao Linjong made a wish that he himself who is a
good governor would reborn in a peaceful place, but who himself a cruel governor, has no virtue, and no truthfulness he would be in disaster
The mother was very depressed with the dead of her husband, she blamed her son. Thao Linthong was very angry, he killed his mother. Then Thao
Linthong governed the city. Under his govern, there were unhappiness every where. The astrologer told him that because he made a bad kammar it cause
him in this situation. He must expiate his sins by building the statue of Buddha, and donate on behalf of his parents.
Thao Linthong build 2 Buddha statues, however, the anxious still be with him. Suddenly he became ill. The astrology from Phimai city was stop
by and gave him a prediction. He said Thao Linthong will die in 7 days. Thao Linthong was very angry, he commanded killing the astrologer, but the
officers asked for the astrologer.s life. The astrology continue spoke that to reduce his anxious Thao Linthong need to build a golden Buddha statue
in Lila posture and build ubosot cover the Buddha statue. Unfortunately, his kammar was really bad; he could not finish the Buddha statue. Therefore,
he made a wish before he die that the golden Buddha statue could not see by anyone. Who could see the golden Buddha statue must me in a disaster
situation and dead. From that time, nobody came to that area, because they afraid of the curse.
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