December 1st, 2005

Balcony

Posted in: Asian — Tony | 21 Comments
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Submitted By : Cico

This photo was taken at 15th Floor of a Condominium. There a lady ghost just behind my friend. I believe it was true because no one will be able to sit or stand outside of the balcony except ghost.

November 30th, 2005

Hantu Tetek (Breast Ghost)

Posted in: Asian,Type of Spirit — Tony | 107 Comments
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I’m not sure whether most of you will think this is a joke or what but this type of ghost really existed many years ago as explained by my Malay friends. I personally feel it worth to be attacked by this ghost if what they said is correct :D. How about you if you meet Hantu Tetek?

Hantu Tetek – The Malays call it Hantu Tetek which means ‘Breast Ghost’ when translated to English. This ghost is a female ghost and has a huge breasts. She uses her breasts to attack its victim and make full use of her huge breasts to suffocate them to death. Some says, the Hantu Tetek’s breasts is at the back instead of the front. There are many different version of how this ghost came about. Some people says she is actually a Balinese witch.

November 28th, 2005

Another Scary Image

Posted in: Asian — Tony | 17 Comments
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The picture is not real but it looks scary to me.

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November 25th, 2005

Shocking at Theatre

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Submitted by : Mick

Many years back, there was a very famous theatre located at town center. There was a girl watching a movie with her boyfriend. She then went to toilet for her usual business. After finishing her ‘business’, she washed her hands and applied lip-stick. While doing this, she saw from the mirror a woman (long hair & red blouse) coming out from one of the room. The woman was combing her hair. Once the girl finished her make-up, she went out and suddently the woman called her and said “Miss, you dropped your hair clips”.

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November 23rd, 2005

Ghost at Bedside

Posted in: Asian — Tony | 10 Comments
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True or Not, You decide 😉

November 22nd, 2005

Hopping Ghost (Chinese Vampire)

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The Chinese honor their dead out of both respect and fear. And for good reason. An unsatisfied soul could become a ghost and make life unbearable. Whether or not the Chinese truly believe in ghosts, they occupy a large part of their imagination, and the hopping ghost (with its recent star appearances on the Hong Kong movie scene) is the most popular.

What is a hopping Ghost?
Scientifically speaking, it’s an undecayed corpse whose main soul, the po, has not yet left for the other world. Now, a po on the loose in the mortal world is bad news. It turns into an evil spirit. And a po with a corpse to occupy is even worse. It becomes a hopping ghost.

What makes a hopping ghost hop?
Many things, but mostly when a homesick corpse, not wanting to be buried in an unfamiliar village, hops home, po and all. In documented cases, the hopping corpse is often accompanied by an entourage of monks, Taoist priests, and mourners. Yin shock makes ghosts hop, too. The yin, as opposed to the yang, is dark, mysterious, and usually out to make trouble. (Cats and the moon are characteristically yin.) Should a fresh corpse somehow come into direct contact with a yin sort of energy, then it reacts, often becoming charged with superhuman powers. And it hops.

How do you know when you’ve chanced upon a hopping ghost?
It’s not terribly difficult to tell. Despite the corpse’s superhuman energy, rigor mortis does set in, and the joints get stiff enough that it is forced to hop stiffly. According to some reports they have resorted to flying. As for appearances, a hopping corpse usually wears Qing Dynasty burial clothes. As these went out of fashion a hundred or so years ago, the corpses stick out like a sore thumb. And they don’t worry too much about personal hygiene either. One hopping ghost stunk so badly that one whiff killed a relative and knocked another out cold. Some hopping ghosts are uglier than others. Some have tounges that hang down to their chest or eyeballs that aren’t too firmly attached to their sockets. But all hopping ghosts have unusually long fingernails that are their most lethal weapon (especially being on the end of stiff outstretched arms). Hopping ghosts keep best in coffins or caves. They’re not much for sunbathing. In fact, the sun’s first rays are enough to stop a hopping ghost dead in its tracks.

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November 19th, 2005

Hotel’s Toilet

Posted in: Asian — Tony | 6 Comments
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Submitted By : Naz

I went to hotel ABC (not real name) at Geylang (name of a place) with my girlfriend. We wanted to spent some sweet time together. At night around four, i heard noise coming from the toilet. I thought it was my girlfriend but when i turned over, she was beside me. She wasn’t asleep. She was looking at me. She said she’s scared. It sounded like a scratching sound like someone trying to cut through a wooden door or something.

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November 11th, 2005

An Evil Girl

Posted in: Asian — Tony | 29 Comments
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This photo was submitted to me by an anonymous and I can tell you, it’s really really scaryyy.

Warning : Make sure you are ready and not weak hearted before viewing the following photo.

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November 9th, 2005

What Is “Pontianak”?

Posted in: Asian — Tony | 69 Comments
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“Pontianak” is one of the most famous, scariest and violent ghost in the Malaysian culture. Primarily, the Malays believe that it originates from a still born child, women who dies while giving birth, women who were killed by the pontianak or their spirits captured by them. The phrase “Pontianak” was believed from the acronym of “Perempuan Mati Beranak” in the Malay language, meaning the woman death by childbirth. After such death, precautions are taken to prevent them from rising like

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November 8th, 2005

Ghost in Hospital

Posted in: Asian — Tony | 5 Comments
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Submitted by : Lady Azaze

This incident was relate to me by my cousin. She works at the outpatient section in the hospital.

That night as usual, she was getting ready to go home when one of the nurses there ask her if she don’t mind checking some paperwork before she go. So she decided to stay for a while.

The checks didn’t take long, she manages to finish the paperworks before 6:30pm.(The time when the janitor would come to lock the doors of the respective outpatient sections)

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