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Another Ghostly Experience at Karak Highway

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Author’s Note : This is a short story about an experience Kent (please click here to read Kent’s other experience) with the supernatural world at Karak Highway

Kent has a gift of the third eye. Although he claims that he could see them, sometimes, it would be a while that he could not see them. Once, he shared with us a weird story about Karak highway. He was driving his car with his friend traveling from Kelantan back to KL using the Karak highway on one particular day. You see, Karak highway is haunted as most people rumor it to be but there is this particularly small road which was said to be famous with accidents and was haunted. While driving on this Karak highway, about 2km away, Kent and his friend both saw a woman standing just beside a road sign.

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Horror at Tapah Fishing Pond

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Author’s Note : One of my friend’s husband, loves fishing and would always go to a pond located in Tapah. For those fishing lovers out there that know this place, apparently this pond area is well known to be a super haunted. Although my friend’s husband has been there numerous times, he did not experience any supernatural activities although he did mention to my friend that they would leave the place before the sky starts getting dark. Here’s what happened on one exceptional day

My husband loves to go fishing. He and his gang of friends would often visit this pond in Tapah for his fishing expedition. They never stayed late there though as the area was known to be haunted and it would be their mutual agreement that everyone would leave the place before the skies darken. There was one time that things didn’t go as planned.

My husband and 5 other of his friends decided to have a 3 day trip to the Tapah pond. On the first day upon arrival, they had reached the pond around 4pm and as usual, they had already planned to leave before 7pm. One of his friends, Anson who was there for the first time was pretty excited as he had caught many fishes. When the time had come to leave the Tapah pond, he refused to go although the clock showed that it was well over 7pm. After a few minutes, another gang of friends (3 malay men) came with their fishing nets. One of my husband’s friends, Kent, thought of greeting them and asked one of the gang members, “Netting ke?” (Are you netting?). All of them nodded a yes and Kent continued asking, “Tak takut ke?” (Aren’t you afraid?). Then one of the Malay guys replied him, “Takut ape? Khabar angin sahaja. Jika benar, keluar dan tunjuklah, apa yang saya tak pernah tengok” (What’s there to be afraid of? Its just rumors. If its true, come out and show yourself! There’s nothing that I haven’t seen before). With this reply, all of them including my husbands friends decided to continue fishing. At that point, my husband felt pretty weird when everyone decided not to leave at that moment. Since majority had voted to stay, so my husband stayed back as well.

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Lady Ghost in Kota Kinabalu Office

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

Author’s Note : My friend told me this pretty scary story via email about one her office branch located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

My office branch in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah is under going some renovation works recently. Last Tuesday, as usual, our Kota Kinabalu branch will hold a weekly meeting from 8pm until 10pm. One of our managers would usually stay back even later than usual to further discuss some matters with some of her staff. That night was like any other nights for the manager. About 11pm, the manager wanted to go to the toilet and excused herself. As she was walking towards the toilet, she suddenly saw a shadow floating into the toilet. The first thought that came to her mind was that perhaps it was too late already and she was imagining things. So she thought nothing further and continued walking into the toilet.

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