A ghostly marriage?

May 2nd, 2008

Author’s Note : Have you heard of supernatural marriages? Well, I often doubt about it although there are practices by some cultures where they wed either the dead with another dead or a dead with a living person. Here’s one story told by my boyfriend Sogua.

You know back in those days when the mortality rate wasn’t that high amongst children because most die of sickness and health problems? My mother’s family was also one of the family not spared from the grief. My uncle died when he was just 12 years old due to some growth on his hand which was diagnosed as cancer. For that, my mother’s family was devastated.

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Haunted House in Melbourne, Australia

March 27th, 2008

Author’s Note : My cousin, Shen lives in a haunted house in Melbourne Australia. How does she know that her house is haunted? Well, its not very difficult when someone tells you.

Shen lives in a house in Melbourne, Australia with her boyfriend and his brother. Little does she know, over time that her boyfriend’s brother, J, posses the ability to sense and see ghosts. In the beginning when they moved in together, Shen did not understand why J was a withdrawn and introvert person. Soon, Shen’s boyfriend explained that J was very preoccupied with beings that neither Shen nor her boyfriend could see. Because J is still disturbed with the fact of his special ability, he kept himself mostly in the room blogging. Shen, a curiosity cat she was, always asked J for some ghost stories to tell since he has encountered many but was always faced with rejection from J.

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Haunted Surau at a beach in Negeri Sembilan

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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