Submitted By : Anonymous
When I was 20+ years old, I was staying with my uncle in a one of the secluded village. All this while I was helping my uncle taping rubber at his plantation. We will normally woke up at 4.30am, preparing the necessary tools and ride a motorcycle to my uncle’s plantation. One day, I was not feeling well. So my uncle did not wake me up as he wanted me to take some rest. Since I am use to wake up so early in the morning, I woke up by myself at around 5.00am and look for my uncle. As my uncle should have already left the house to the plantation, I wanted to help as he is the only relative who is willing to look after me. So I rode my bicycle to his plantation. My uncle always told me that whenever we heard someone calling while in the plantation, don’t ever look back.
On that morning at around 5.30am while the sky was still very dark, when I almost reach the wooden bridge, i heard someone calling my name and without thinking what my uncle told me before, I looked around to see who is calling me. Well, after looking around, i can see nobody and continue my cycling. While crossing the bridge, there was another guy cycling to my direction. Then he suddently stopped halfway and shouted “Oh, My God”, “Oh My God”….., turned back and quickly cycled away. I was wondering why he was so scared of me and when I look back, nothing was unusual.
When I reached my uncle’s plantation, my uncle shounted “Go away, Go away, don’t disturb him”. I look up and to my horror, there’s a lady ghost dressed in white floating in the air with her face looking at me. It was so freaking until I have fainted on the spot. When I woke up, I was at one of the villager’s house with my uncle. My uncle then told me that the lady ghost that I saw was a blood-sucking ghost that have already terrorize the village for decade. She flew off when my uncle read some religious spell otherwise, I’ll be a dead meat.
I will never forget this and 6 months later, I applied for a job at the city area and only returned back once every 2 – 3 months.