Archive for the 'Haunted Beach' Category

Short Langkawi Ghost story

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

Author’s Note : My friend did once told me before his son is pretty sensitive towards ghosts. Each time he saw one, he would fall heavily sick. What he didn’t know was his daughter had the same fate as well. Here’s what he had to share

During my recent short trip to Langkawi, my daughter had fallen sick during the holidays. Perhaps she caught the flu bug but before her fever came something weird happened. It was in the broad daylight and we were passing by on the way back to the hotel. The only people there in the car were my daughter and my eldest son. If you’ve been to Langkawi, you would know how some of the areas there are pretty quiet.

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The Pulau Redang Flower Girl

Saturday, March 6th, 2010

This story is contributed by spookymulder

This happen to a colleague of mine that went to Pulau Redang about 2 years ago. Do you know the beach along the popular Laguna Resort ? Well, this incident happened along that beach. My friend went there with a group of friends for holiday. One night during the stay at the holiday (I’m not too sure what time it was), he and his group of friends sat down on the beach and formed a circle. Having a bit of adventurous feeling, they decided to tell ghost stories. Not a very wise thing to do, I might say very wise.

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Ghostly Head from Port Dickson

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

This story is contributed by NaviN08 ReD DeviL

This incident happened 2 years ago in December 2008 at Port Dickson. My uncles and aunties went for a holiday in Port Dickson and fortunately, my family did not attend for some reason

The first few days at the Port Dickson resort, everything was fine. But weird incidents started happening while everyone was packing up and preparing for check out in the morning. The eldest girl (my cousin has 2 children, girls both at the ages of 3 and 2 years old) started crying for no reason and insisted that she was neither hungry nor sleepy. My cousin’s wife immediately felt something was wrong in the room but decided to keep quiet and did not mention this to anyone. Everyone tried to soothe the crying girl but she just kept on crying. Even ice creams and toys were used to pacify her but it was no use. The girl just cried, stopped for a while then continued crying. The whole drama went on until while traveling back, she finally fell asleep in the car on the way back home. As for the younger girl, she had seemed fine all the time.

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