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Old 23rd April 2007, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Haunted places in Singapore

Anyone care to share places in Singapore that you heard of that is haunted?

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Old 23rd April 2007, 07:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Haunted places in Singapore

1) Old Changi Hospital
2) Red House near Pasir Ris Park
3) Pasir Ris Park
4) Cemetries
5) Devil's Bend
6) Most Schools (Cause they are mainly build on unwanted lands of old hospitals and cemetries)
7) Punggol -There is this wierd house in the middle of nowhere.
8) East Point - Last time used to have one swimming pool
9) Tampines St 71 - Got news in Chinese Papers 3 to 4 yrs back got one guy got possessed and died at a carpark. I used to live there and face that carpark everyday >.<

That's all I can think of now.

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Heard from my parent that.. There's a Hill Inside of Lim Chu Kang is Where the Hell of God or whatever they name it is there... It's the MOST Haunted Place.. Once u get there, u will nv come out... but no one had ever been there cos it kinda of far n deep inside....

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Downtown east pasir ris de chalet very haunted lor.. me encounter two times my stay there lor. thn my frd oso encounter... errie..

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Re: Haunted places in Singapore

Hmm.. interesting list of places. Wonder if I should go venturing to those places to check it out.

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tekong n ubin

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Re: Haunted places in Singapore

Originally Posted by huitingsmile
Downtown east pasir ris de chalet very haunted lor.. me encounter two times my stay there lor. thn my frd oso encounter... errie..
which units??
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wheres da devil's bend?

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Re: Haunted places in Singapore

Originally Posted by huitingsmile
Downtown east pasir ris de chalet very haunted lor.. me encounter two times my stay there lor. thn my frd oso encounter... errie..
yup. me too. Theres once my friend got possessed and we bring him back to his house to get him back. Later on, my friend who was inside one of the unit tried to call me on my cell and a girl picked up and said sth like ' Salihin? nono! ' and hung up. Kinda weird when u think cause my friend called me using his phonebook in his cell which cant possibly be wrong and my cell was with me all the time and didnt even hear it rings..

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Where is devil's bend???

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where devils bend?? i live tamp also ..hahas

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ya lor...nvr heard before...mayb u all shld try tampines bike dirt park...i saw dia dia hantu ther...for u all info dia dia hantu is big breast ghost=-=...

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one fine dae... i went to the jurong pt... i saw smth at sportslink.... tats all...

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oh ya oh ya!! i have the same experience be4 at the sport link there too... there alway some sort of strange feeling there...

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SAME SAME!!!! I WENT THERE AND EXPERIENCE THE SAME FEELING~!

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Re: Haunted places in Singapore

Originally Posted by wenwen
which units??
care to share ur experiences?
i heard` is either Blk K or L..
hmm.. no idea to0` never encounter at chalet b4.. =P

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jurong point de sportslink reali tat eerie ma? hmms`

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BISHAN

There are many Ghosts in Bishan, many years ago before Bishan was developed, the area around RI was cemetery and burial grounds. Don't know about the current residential areas though. But there are many reports of wandering ghosts and spirits in Bishan. Dunno if anybody remembered a Samsui woman was found dead in a construction lift with her head and body severed by the opened lift door in Bishan? The unit that her head overlooked, there has been a murder of an Indian woman in that very sam! e ! unit. If you are wondering why I knew so much about Bishan, well, I happened to have a mother that works in that area and she had been seeing "UFO" after the clock hit 6pm.



BISHAN PARK

I've a rumour that if you were to go strolling in Bishan Park in the evening or later, do bring along some sweets. There is this particular bridge in Bishan Park that has a soul of a little child. Every time someone pass the bridge, the child would ask for a candy. If you don't have any, the child might just scratch your face or show you something bloody.



LIDO TOILETS and SOME COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

Lido Cinema Ladies Toilets. Documented cases of hauntings! Do a search of Straits Times if there is an online database. If I'm not wrong, this stories applies only to the old Lido, i.e before it was renovated. Word has it that certain rows of their seat are always empty. And you know who they are reserved for 18th & 19th Floor toilets & the fire escape staircases, SLF building, 510 Thomson Road. Someone regularly burnt incense papers. Don't ask me what is in there, I don't know. Every time I went to the toilet at night, my hairs stand on their ends. Try it after 22.00hrs and especially on 7th month. Don't ask what is in there.



CHESTNUT

There's a house in Chestnut near the cemetery and church, corner semi detach. (but nothing to do with the cemetery) heard that people shift in, shift out, shift in, shift out. Someone got a monk, but no use. And someone got a priest, but the crucifix broke. Now it's for rent.



FORT SILOSO IN SENTOSA

Another rumour about Fort Siloso in Sentosa. Notice the shape and the position of the fort (shaped in a crescent). A lot of British soldiers were thrown off the fort. It's known that wailing of men could be heard at night. The fort closes at 6pm.



TEKONG JACOB'S LADDER

Saw a female silhouette sitting on the top of Jacob's Ladder at Tekong Camp 1 while doing prowling with another platoon mate. Heard about the jacobs ladder too. She was waiting for her husband who went out to sea and hasn't return since. Once in a while, she'll remove her head to comb her hair. Hearsay, didn't see b4.



TEKONG JAGUAR CAMP 3

There was a story about a recruit at Jaguar at Camp 3 who brought a pork bun into the bunk and kept it in his locker. Apparently his locker started shaking violently or he became possessed. They had to call in the Exorcist for this one. One of my section mates' parent bought charsiew rice for him during Parent's visiting day which he consumed in the bunk. Had high fever for a few days. Sometime after he brought dried pork (if you know what I'm trying to say) in and consumed in the bunk, fell sick again, high fever for a few days. Was in 2bts for my BMT. My sgt told me that he was woken up in the morning thinking that it was time for 5 BX when he realised that the voices were of children playing. Still remembered that we were not supposed to eat anything that had pork inside the bunk. Seems that the bunks at camp 1 were built over Malay cemeteries. After BMT, I went back to tekong as an officer cadet for exercises. One of which was nite topo at the oil palm plantation (east of the island) there was a checkpoint known as SQ. It was also known as the Japanese Karaoke point. We heard jap, songs drifting to us when we were there.


OLD NEE SOON CAMP

Some of the army camps here are haunted from what I gathered from my army buddies. Of which, majority thought the old Nee Soon Camp was "extremely" haunted. If really need to go there, please bring along full protection against the unearthly beings. Challenge the CO to stay in the building alone if he doesn't believe it. Feel free to contribute if you think there are other haunted camps to look out for.



LAKIUN CAMP

What is tekong compared to lakiun camp (brunei jtb)? With several people collapsing ! in! side a certain bunk at different instances (quite a spooky place, I must say), foaming at the mouth and yet the medical officer cannot detect anything wrong with them and they were immediately brought back to Singapore! Finally, the camp commander ordered the place to be out of bounds that even those on guard duty do not have to prowl near it. A bomoh was asked to perform rites and that set things right.



TEKONG CHARLIE COMPANY

Heard of the 3 door bunk of Charlie company of tekong? It was converted into an instructors' office and b4 moving in,a taoist was brought in to perform some rituals. Some experiences - When my mossies net's stick fell on me at 3 am, I woke up to see "the old man of tekong". He was figeting in front of my buddy's cupboard, I didn't call out to him. Don't ask me why, but I juz didn't. Then I had nitemares till morning as u guys should know, mossis nets is compulsory in tekong, my platoon mates fixed up his net and went to zzz, he woke up in the middle of the nite to find the net neatly tucked under his pillow, he put it up again to find the same thing happen. Once, the whole bunk heard children laughing & running round & round the whole bunk, no one dares to investigate.



TEKONG LAUGHING TREE

Have u guys seen the laughing tree of Tekong? We recruits were brought on a hill to draw I forgotten what u call that, kinda picture to familiarise urself with the surrounding, arc of fire thingie. There, rite in front of us is the laughing tree. Story is that, a recruit while marching laughed at the tree during day time. On their way back, the tree laughed back at him.

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one fine dae... i went to the jurong pt... i saw smth at sportslink.... tats all...
i think i dont dare to go to jurong point de sportslink le... what about other branches?? also the same???:freakedout:

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