Disturbing Ghost

November 19th, 2006

My friend once related incidents of strange happenings at her office. She was one of those “crazy” workers that any company would be delighted to hire because of her dedication. She would usually spend so much time in the office that it was really a common thing to see her still hard at work at 12am in the morning.

She first experienced her paranormal hauntings in the office when she stayed back late for the first time. It was really late and she was all alone. Her cubicle was situated just beside the walkway and her laptop was facing directly at the path. It was suddenly she heard someone “psst” just in front of her. Looking up, she was surprised to see no one. Freaked out pretty much, she packed up and left.

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Haunted house at UKM, Bangi

November 12th, 2006

Because we were all students studying at University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, all 8 of us decided instead to rent a house nearby our campus. One of our girlfriends found a really huge double storey house only renting for about RM500 which was really a good deal. Of course, how could anything be too good to be true? We knew instantly that there was definately something wrong with the house because no one had rented that place for the past 4 years. Because we were all desperate for a place to stay and had no extra money, everyone agreed to just keep our curiosity low at all times.

The first few months nothing big really happened. Sure there were the occasional mysteriously on and off of the lights but all of us just thought that it was just one of those innocent ghost games played by this haunted house. We all breezed through staying there for 2 years. After we all moved out, only did I found out some of the mysterious experience that my housemates experienced.

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Lost Ghost at Karak Highway

November 8th, 2006

My friend, Joe, one day decided to head back home to Pahang during the weekend. Because of the hot weather during the day, Joe decided to travel back home in the middle of the night instead. Usually, Joe goes back home using the only highway he knew from Kuala Lumpur, which was the Karak Highway.

That night, in the middle of the long stretch of highway, he felt tired because of the lack of sleep the previous night. Thinking that he would not want to endanger his or anyone’s life, he pulled over to take a short nap.

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