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Black Magic Experience at Kuta Bali Indonesia

Friday, June 20th, 2008

Author’s Note : This incident happened to my friend about 4 to 5 years ago when she went for her holidays in Kuta Beach, Bali in Indonesia. She was hoping for a relaxing and lazy holiday with her boyfriend but little did she know, Kuta Beach Bali Indonesia offered her more than what she wanted.

Amy decided to visit Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia when she had a very cheap offer for airplane tickets from her boss who happen to win the airplane tickets to Bali from a credit card company. Amy and her boyfriend were pretty excited as it was their first trip overseas to a romantic getaway.

On the first night in her hotel, Amy and her boyfriend did not experience anything unusual. They were pretty careful with the people and things they bought there as some of her friends warned her about the use of black magic in Indonesia. They had a terrific time window shopping at the street markets, going for spa and even getting some massage in the beach.

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Haunted Surau at a beach in Negeri Sembilan

Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

Yin and her friends love to go for the nearby beaches at night to enjoy the night’s sea breeze. One particular night brought Yin and her friends to realize that sometimes things are not were they seem to be.

It was a cool and breezy night for Yin and her friends when they decided to stay by at a mamak stall near a beach in Negeri Sembilan for drinks. There was in total 2 cars and everyone jumped out of the car and hang out at the mamak stall. It was about 2 in the morning when Yin felt the call of nature. Perhaps she was drinking too much of teh-o-ais-limau (Ice lemon tea). Co-incidently, her guy friend James also felt the call of nature and asked the owner of the mamak stall if there was any toilet nearby. The mamak stall owner told Yin and James that the nearest toilet would be some distance away and the easiest way to relieve themselves was probably at the bushes nearby. Yin refused to relieve herself that way and urged James to accompany her to the toilet the mamak stall owner was talking about. After asking for some simple directions, Yin and James informed their friends and headed down the long and lonely road.

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Pangkor Island’s Nightmare

Thursday, December 13th, 2007

This is a story courtesy from J

About ten years ago while I was studying in college, me and my friends, visited Pangkor Island during our school breaks. There was only the 5 of us -four girls and a guy (and boy, what a lucky guy he was named Z). Z came from Ipoh so he often invited us to go to Ipoh for a vacation. So me and the other three girls, Y, V and B, decided to pay him a visit while he was in Ipoh and planned to go visit Pangkor Island for one night after that. We went Pangkor Island on the 16th of August (the lunar calendar) and arrived early in the morning. After we have reached Pangkor Island, we rent a room that could fit eight people. It is a usual thing for me, that when I checked into a room, I always check the room and look out of the window to see what is out there. It was nothing much really, just bushes and a lot of thees. After we settled down, we took a long walk along the beach and stopped at an area where there a swing was located. Not far from that swing, there was a big rock adjacent from the beach. If you have been to Pangkor Island, you will know which rock I am talking about because there is only ONE rock there!!

So we chatted, swam and fooled around until dinner time. After dinner, we headed out to the beach again which was just in front of our vacation house. We brought along some Japanese lanterns, candles and started to decorating around since the next day was mooncake festival. After that, we play cards and V about that time decided to ask me to tell them some ghost stories. I hesitated to do so and just briefly told them one or two which are not so scary. Then Z suddenly said, “Do you gals know that this place has a real ghost story?” Right after he said that, the wind started to blow and most of our candles were blown off. We lit up the candles again, and Y and B said “Yes, yes, tell us about it!”.

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