- Around 18,800 people are kept in pasung or confinement, Human Rights Watch says
- Many Indonesians believe that people with psychosocial disabilities are possessed by spirits
- Government passed laws in 1977 to eradicate confinement but they have not been enforced across the nation
Jakarta (CNN)Engkos Kosasih kept his 50-year-old daughter locked in a room in the house because he thought someone had cast a spell on her. The windows were boarded up so she couldn't escape.