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Old 30th April 2007, 02:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

I heard about bed shaking from alot of place: my friends, my cousin and from the internet and i also came across this story...hmmm...what do you all think?


During my basic military training in Pulau Tekong in 1997, there were a number of supernatural occurrences, but what seemed most intriguing was that of the bed shaking incident. There was once when two of my platoon mate complained to my Sergeant that their bed was shaking, more accurately, someone or something was kicking their beds while they were sleeping at night. It was a pretty big thing, as our Sergeants actually accompanied us in our bunks when we slept at night, they even enforced that if we were to go to the toilet at night, we were supposed to get out buddy to accompany.

The reason why they joined us in the bunk was that as recruits, we did not have the privilege to posses the SAF Crest, which is usually found on all berets. The Sergeants on the other hand, had. The thing about the Crest was that it was told that it has been blessed by the four religions in Singapore. The poster of the SAF pledge was also ordered to be pasted at the exits of the bunk.

Realizing that the problem was only pushed aside and not solved at the root, the Sergeants realized that this disturbance occurred only after our “Parents Visit Day”. Remembering also that The Chinese New Year had just passed and Tekong used to be a Muslim island (that’s why pork could never be brought into the bunks), the Sergeants came to the conclusion that some ignorant parents probably brought some pork (maybe BBQ pork), ate in the bunk and possibly dropped some in the bunk.

Thus a proper area cleaning of the bunk was done. What exactly was the cause of the kicking could not be confirmed, but my friends had more peaceful sleep after the area cleaning…….

Does that mean that what the Sergeants concluded was right? Well, the truth is out there………

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Old 30th April 2007, 04:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

ewww i've heard of this kind of thing b4..as in bringing pork into the camp then anger some erm that one etc..
shld be carefull with this kind of thingz..

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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

hmm no wonder my bunk i used in Nee Soon before, i could wear the beret, got extra SAF Crest..

Now i wear beret got crest.. i have 2 berets in camp, so extra protection??

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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

its quite freeky lehz, to experience the bed shaking..
lucky u have the SAF crest..

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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

Originally Posted by elfthegal
I heard about bed shaking from alot of place: my friends, my cousin and from the internet and i also came across this story...hmmm...what do you all think?


During my basic military training in Pulau Tekong in 1997, there were a number of supernatural occurrences, but what seemed most intriguing was that of the bed shaking incident. There was once when two of my platoon mate complained to my Sergeant that their bed was shaking, more accurately, someone or something was kicking their beds while they were sleeping at night. It was a pretty big thing, as our Sergeants actually accompanied us in our bunks when we slept at night, they even enforced that if we were to go to the toilet at night, we were supposed to get out buddy to accompany.

The reason why they joined us in the bunk was that as recruits, we did not have the privilege to posses the SAF Crest, which is usually found on all berets. The Sergeants on the other hand, had. The thing about the Crest was that it was told that it has been blessed by the four religions in Singapore. The poster of the SAF pledge was also ordered to be pasted at the exits of the bunk.

Realizing that the problem was only pushed aside and not solved at the root, the Sergeants realized that this disturbance occurred only after our “Parents Visit Day”. Remembering also that The Chinese New Year had just passed and Tekong used to be a Muslim island (that’s why pork could never be brought into the bunks), the Sergeants came to the conclusion that some ignorant parents probably brought some pork (maybe BBQ pork), ate in the bunk and possibly dropped some in the bunk.

Thus a proper area cleaning of the bunk was done. What exactly was the cause of the kicking could not be confirmed, but my friends had more peaceful sleep after the area cleaning…….

Does that mean that what the Sergeants concluded was right? Well, the truth is out there………
Think I have heard this before~ somewhere I forgot...

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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

oh i watched this on tv before. forgot what show. ==

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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

hmm....wait till i experience le den cum back tell u all

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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

ya my teacher shared with us this incident before. It has got something to do with ba gua. The malay spirits are offended by it so they do this. Next time go ns pls dont bring prohibited stuffs. Follow the law and nothing will go wrong :biggrin4:

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Re: Bed shaking in Pulau Tekong

Originally Posted by nurokz
hmm no wonder my bunk i used in Nee Soon before, i could wear the beret, got extra SAF Crest..

Now i wear beret got crest.. i have 2 berets in camp, so extra protection??
Nee Soon Camp? My CSM said that in 1992, there is a suicide case in Delta company. That guy must hang himself from a toggle rope hang from the fan.


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