Puchong’s Haunted Bungalow

May 28th, 2011

This story is contributed by Navinesh

This happened to a best friend of mine back in 2008. A true story and only something that could have happened if you are really lucky. Well, we do watch ghost hunting’s on tv where it seem unrealistic sometimes with fake interviews or stories and people act as if though they are possessed or something. If its true, hours and hours of filming a particular haunted area results unconvincing evidence.

Way back in 2008, my friend just finished schooling, after the SPM examinations. So, during the holidays his schoolmates and a cousin of his would always hang out every day and they would have this plan of ghost hunting on every Friday nights. After a month of ghost hunting every Fridays at graveyards, jungles and old buildings, they heard rumors of an area being haunted in Puchong. There were about 10 of them, including my friend that visited this old bungalow in Puchong. I don’t really know where exactly is this place, though. Continue reading Puchong’s Haunted Bungalow »

On a long hiatus

May 10th, 2011

Dear Readers,

Spookycorner is finally taking a long hiatus after receiving criticism about the recent stories getting lame by each post running out of stories to tell. We’ll be out there hunting for more stories and meanwhile, if you have one to share, please feel free to submit your stories and we’ll be sure to post them ASAP.

Sorry but this hiatus will be a long one. Let’s just hope we don’t need to hunt for long to get some interesting stories to share with everyone.

Until then,

Thank you for your continuous support!

Night at Hong Kong

April 27th, 2011

Author’s Note : This is actually a personal experience of mine. As much as I hate the thought of it being true, can someone please tell me that its just all in my head?

I recently just came back from my Hong Kong holidays and if anyone of you have been there before or gone through some research on going there for holidays, you’ll know that its not a cheap place to stay. Hong Kong hotels can charge an exorbitant price of RM300 a night even for just a 2-3 star hotel and since  me and my husband were planning to go there for quite sometime, we actually found an acquaintance who had a friend that rents her apartments to foreigners like us for a very good deal. The apartment was not only clean but it was right smack in the town and easily accessible with restaurants just downstairs. In fact, it was pretty creative of the landlord to divide the small apartment which has 3 rooms into 2 different units. One unit has just a room with an attached bathroom whereas the other  unit has 2 rooms with a sharing bathroom, living room, kitchen etc just like any other apartment.

Anyway, back to the main point. It happened on our second night there. Continue reading Night at Hong Kong »