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My Childhood Story about Gombak

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

This story is contributed by an Anonymous reader

I used to live in Gombak back about 20 years ago when Gombak was under developed and was still the backwaters of Kuala Lumpur. The houses in this particular area were all bungalows. Well, the land was so cheap that you could get a huge piece of land plus a house for only just RM180,000. It was so cheap that my father owned 2 pieces of land then. One for the family home and another for our chicken, goat and vegetable farm. He could have bought a third one, which was situated right in the middle of the 2 pieces of land that he owned, but he was too late and some one else had bought it. Now, this is a story of that middle piece of land.

I don’t know whether they were rumors or not as I was too young to remember but there were numerous stories about this piece of land that the villagers often spoke of. The scariest one was about when the owner who bought the land wanted to build his home on it. Continue reading My Childhood Story about Gombak »

House of Horror at Seksyen 2 Shah Alam – Part 1

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Author’s Note : I found this story through a forwarded mail which was originally written in Bahasa Malaysia so I guess when you are reading this its sort of bumpy. Personally, I find it a little unbelievable if not funny so I thought of translating it and sharing with you as well

9 years ago, I was given the chance to continue my studies in UITM, Shah Alam. The first thing that I need to consider was of course a place to stay. After searching numerous houses and location, me and my friends decided to rent a house nearby the UITM at an area in Shah Alam called Seksyen 2. If you are familiar with this place, you will know that it is nearby the wet world.
The house that we rented was a bungalow with 2 floors. With a total of 4 rooms, 3 rooms were located on the first floor while one more was located at the ground floor. There were 8 of us renting the house so 2 people would occupy a room.

We should have known something was wrong with the house because there were numerous hints that left us all feeling that something was amiss with that house. The first hint that caught our surprise was the owner of the house only wanted to take RM50 as a deposit. He even told us that the rent was only to be paid when we have moved in 1 month later which meant that we could stay there for the first month free of charge and start paying the 2nd month’s rent. The second incident was his request for us not to move in too many things as it would be a chore if we were to move out in future. The third that should have rang our alarms was a huge tree just beside the house. This tree was so big that its branches could reach the window of one of the bedroom on the first floor.

On the first night, we didn’t have much sleep because we were too busy moving and cleaning the boxes. However, the second night was not so lucky. The day had not even turned dark when the horror started. Unfortunately for Azmi, he was the first to experience the house’s wrath. Continue reading House of Horror at Seksyen 2 Shah Alam – Part 1 »

Haunting in Australia

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

This story is contributed by anonymous

About seven to eight years ago, I did my further studies in Australia. The first year went by smoothly but the second was not so much.. During my second year in Australia , I was rather ‘unlucky’.

It all began when two of my close friends and I decided to move to a new place. My friends managed to find a place with cheap rent, wide space and near to many sort of amenities. It was a villa in a small complex of 5 houses. I couldn’t join my friends for house viewing because of assignments overload but they reported back to me how great the place was. Since they told me that it was a good offer, I told them to go for it. They, however, insisted that I should view it too, but I insisted back that we all should just sign the rental agreement. It was cheap and both of them were extremely excited about the new place. So, nothing could go wrong.

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