Saturday, 24 November 2012

Chung Ling High School, Penang

The school was originally was first established in the year 1923. The school in 1941 was taken over by the British Army to be used as a military hospital. During the Japanese Occupation during the World War 2, it conducted a massacre against the Chinese Malayan under the term "purging of Chinese". Some the teachers and students from Chung Ling were killed the Japanese Occupiers.
Due to the colourful history of the school and maybe of the Japanese Occupation during 2nd World War, there’s inevitably countless of unnatural stories of haunting and ghosts.

Purported Hauntings :
*Library Room – the lightings repeatedly turn and on.

*Ghostly soldiers marching in the school field or school corridors. Some of the ghost soldiers or dead students are headless. Why are ghostly Japanese soldiers headless?

*Hysteria are common occurrence – the sight of headless entities.

*Toilets – where the water are repeated turned on and off.

*Pack of street dogs will gather there and they will bark and howl, when there is nothing there.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Anglo-Chinese School, Ipoh

old view

new view

The school was established in July 1895 the the Reverend W E Horley, a young Englishman who had arrived in Ipoh, Perak. The School actually started in 1895, but sometime in 1914 the Main building was built and is still standing today.
The school was taken over by the Japanese until their defeat in 1945.

Purported Hauntings 
Apparition of a headless figure in the narrow passageway in the school compound

- Strange and unexplained screaming in the women’s toilet

-Sighting of dead Japanese military soldiers marching in school field, popularly known as “hantu Jepun”

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Puchong House, Puchong

It is believed that the ghost of a woman who once lived on the premises haunts the house.  Those who have entered the house reported experiencing a feeling of unease. Additionally, it is said that evil drawings have been found on the walls.  

Poliklinik Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

Used to be a government hospital but it is being abandoned with no reason, been to the place before seems haunted and bizarre, rumors heard that there are still some dead patient that is loitering around the area. 

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Victoria Institution, Kuala Lumpur

A very famous landmark in Kuala Lumpur, V.I. a boys school was a Japanese base during the occupation of Malaysia. Many British soldiers and locals were brutally tortured to death in the basement and some of the older buildings on the campus. It is said that not only are apparitions common in the day as well as the night, there have been many cases of spirits possessing students. The possessed boys would behave strangely, even violently, harming other students and teachers only to snap out of it a few hours later and remember nothing, even when they were forcibly restrained, their bruises would disappear when they returned to normal.