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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Haunted Ria Apartment, Genting Highlands

November 6th, 2006

What was supposed to be a happy holiday turned out to be a nightmare to a friend of mine, Sheryn, when something unexpected happened to she and another 2 girlfriend of hers. Planning to enjoy the cool breezy hilltop resort, they planned out to travel with a group of friends. What they didn’t know was their choice of accomodation, Ria Apartment, Genting Highlands was haunted.

It started out when a group of them planned for a stumptuous dinner at thier rented apartment. So it turned out that a group of them went out to enjoy the breeze, another group of males planned to checkout the whole resort and as for Sheryn and another 2 of her girlfriends, they decided to be the chefs and stayed back to cook the dinner.

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Noises from Computer Keyboard

November 4th, 2006

Gill, Cathy, Loong and Tan** were working late one night. Loong was in Tan’s room discussing for tomorrow’s meeting whereas Gill was teaching the new comer, Cathy, some work for tomorrow’s deadline. It wasn’t really late, approximately around 9pm, and it was a common thing that the people in that office always stay late. There were rumours about ghost, a family of ghosts to be exact, surrounding the office building but work had to be done so the people there do not think much about it. Gill thought that since she had been working there for 2 years and had yet experienced anything paranormal, she had nothing to be afraid of. Loong and Tan, on the other hand, did not believe in ghosts. As for Cathy, because she was a new comer, she heard nothing of the rumours.

Cathy’s cubicle was about 3 cubicle away from Gill. After Gill had taught her some work, she sent Cathy to work on it. It was then that they started hearing some noises behind their work station. Gill, being a Chinese, believed in a traditional saying that teaches one that if they hear something out of place, they should not speak about it for fear of encouraging the ghost to make more havoc.

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