Feng Shui Tomb

February 17th, 2010

Author’s Note : I got this story from this TV talk show program shown in Taiwan called “Unbelievable World” (direct translation) which features people from all walks of life to discuss about their experiences with this mysterious world. Here’s one story about a Feng Shui Master

Feng Shui Master’s mum recently passed away. At that time, Feng Shui Master was still at his early days of his career going through a rough patch. Because he was always too busy to arrange for his mother’s funeral, he requested his student, to pick the most auspicious date and location to bury his mother’s remains. It is said to believe that an ancestor’s burial spot is most important because it would affect the future generations. Feng Shui Student was eager to please his teacher so he took a lot of care in choosing the auspicious date and location. After a few weeks of calculation and analysis, Feng Shui Student presented to his teacher his chosen preference. The student explained to his teacher that if indeed the day he had chosen is auspicious, then his teacher would see two signs, one, a green man riding a horse and two, a green turtle. All this seemed a little too unbelievable but the Feng Shui master decided to have a little faith in his student and proceeded with the chosen date and location.

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A passerby in Puchong’s house

February 10th, 2010

Author’s Note : My friend who is currently staying in Puchong swears that there is no such extra forces or supernatural powers at her house although while she was telling me this story she was pretty sure that she saw something unnatural at that time.

You know how it is that sometimes your eyes can play tricks on you? Well, perhaps it did on that day but I was sure that I saw something. You see, my sister and I lived together in a rented house, a double storey one. Usually, we would talk to each other sometimes she would be in her room and I would be in mine as our bedroom doors are just opposite of each other. It was pretty convenient although I’m sure there are times when the conversation needed a bit of shouting here and there to get some message across.

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Spooky Corner’s on Facebook!

February 6th, 2010

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