He saw a little ghost, shaped like a seven or eight year old boy, without clothes.
Towards the end of the Kaiyuan Dynasty, Yuzhou experienced numerous cases of tigers attacking people. Despite setting up traps with mechanisms, none proved successful in catching a tiger.
One moonlit night, a man climbed a tree and patiently waited. He spotted a small ghost resembling a seven or eight-year-old boy, unclothed, strolling nearby. The boy wore turquoise-colored top and bottom clothes. Upon reaching the trap, he deliberately triggered and deactivated it.
As the boy passed by, the man quickly descended from the tree, reloaded the trap, and shortly after, a tiger approached and succumbed to the trap.
Later, the ghost child returned, witnessed the fate of the tiger, wept, and then entered the tiger’s mouth. At dawn, when the man opened the tiger’s mouth, he discovered a jasper piece the size of an egg lodged in the tiger’s throat.