Haunted Places in Malaysia

November 3rd, 2006

Ever been to anywhere in Malaysia and experienced paranormal hauntings? Curious to know where are the places that you can visit to experience one yourself? The below are lists of Malaysia’s top haunted places that you can, may or even experience ghosts.

  1. Georgetown, Penang – A T-junction better known as The Deadly Junction is located beside the Union High School. It is said that if you ever drive through this lonely road late at night, your care will go out of control and crash due to the too many accidents that happened there. It is also said that there is a tiny unknown tree beside the road which looks like a lady carrying a child. The story was known by some old folks saying that this lady was once a bomoh (witch doctor) who kidnapped her sister’s son. Somehow, they never again appeared anywhere except other than being seen beside this road Continue reading Haunted Places in Malaysia »

Hotel Shanghai, China haunted

November 1st, 2006

Author’s Note : This is an experience that my friend, Shareen, personally experienced during her recent trip to Shanghai, China in one of the hotels there. Whether its true or not, you be the judge but I believe her 100% because she is not the kind that lies and it is no point lying about a matter as trival as this

I’ve totally enjoyed my recent trip to Shanghai, China. Not only did I visit places in Shanghai, but I also went to Beijing as well. One of the memories that I remember or should I say haunts me most was the night I heard sounds in my hotel room late at night. Let me share with you what happened.

It was late and after a long day’s trip walking around the city, me and my mother quickly doze off to sleep as soon as we hit the bed. For easy illustration, me and my mother were sharing a queen sized bed. Beside me, there was nothing but a wall that separates our hotel room and the hotel’s staircase. Continue reading Hotel Shanghai, China haunted »

History of Halloween

October 31st, 2006

Did you know that the word “halloween” actually originates from a Catholic Church? Halloween like much people actually thought as some demon worship or ancient pagan ritual but the history is that on the November 1st, “All Hollows Day” or “All Saints Day” is a Catholic day of observance in honor of saints. However, in the 5th century BC, in Celtic Ireland, where summer ends on 31st October, it was a day of celebration and holiday called Samhain (sow-en) also known as the Celtic New Year.

The storiy goes that on that day, spirits of all who died throughout the preceding year would come back and search for living bodies to possess for the next year and believed that by doing so, it was the only way to afterlife. The Celtics believed that at that time, all laws of space and time would be suspended, allowing the spirits world to roam free.

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