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Bedok : Ghost Town In Singapore

bedokby Aryan MEtzender

There are just too many stories here to choose from! As far as being haunted goes, Bedok is like a ghost town with an emphasis on the word ‘ghost’.

There is a story of a resident who was shutting his windows late at night after watching TV and came face to face with a Pontianak floating just outside his window.

Another family living somewhere in the vicinity were plagued by a spirit which was determined to not only traumatize their young sons, but send their father, quite literally, to his death. The gentleman only managed to narrowly avoid leaping off the window ledge thanks to what he considered as ‘divine intervention’.
But the most horrifying had to be the urban legend about the man whose jilted wife wore red purposefully, wrote in blood, ‘It’s not over darling,’ and then took her life and the life of their young son. The husband had been a gambler and a philander. Soon after his wife took her life, his mistress moved in and they had a son a few years later. The haunting began in earnest then with the boy saying he was being bullied by someone claiming to be his ‘older brother’.

It culminated with the boy taking his life by leaping out the window.

Regardless of whether it is fact or fiction, this particular apartment has been left abandoned and even then, neighbours have reported hearing a woman crying and the laughter of both a woman and a young boy.
Besides this however, there are many abandoned flats in Bedok and some have been used as temporary homes for construction workers.

Yet, the question remains; why would there be, in land scare Singapore, abandoned flats capable of housing thousands of Singaporeans?

Or maybe, those flats are not truly ‘abandoned’ after all. Still, it could be nothing really. There could be no ghosts and all stories merely began as figments of someone’s imagination.

But sometimes, the proof is infallible. Like those investigators who caught evidence of a spirit at the Yellow Tower. They used technology which professional ghost hunters employ in their own investigations.
Do ghosts exist? Going by stories alone, it’s hard to say. Yet, if the video and recorded evidence matches up, then it would be hard to dispute either, especially if care was taken to rule out all other possible explanations.
Still, one thing is for sure, if Hollywood is ever going to get serious about their horror industry, it’s high time they investigate Asia and adapt our spooks to the silver screen.

Say what you will but Asian ghosts are scarier.

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Ashley Ann Lewis

Ashley Ann Lewis

Director / Dept Chair Occult at National Paranormal Society
Ashley became interested in the paranormal at a young age, but at that young age she did not have much understanding in it at all. I wasn’t until 2010 that she really became interested. Thanks to a Resolve carpet cleaning can that flew across the room, Ashley among three others who witness what happen that night, they pulled a team together. Ashley is a heavy researcher and though she may find the answer to what she is searching for she’ll search even harder. She’s overly determined and takes her part in the paranormal field very seriously. Between working hard and spending every dime she had she became a found of a paranormal team that is based out of Historic Louisiana and was honored to take on a position as a Representative with The National Paranormal Society. There is still so much she does not understand which drives her to work even harder and to further educate herself on everything.
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Old Changi Hospital, located on a small hill along Netheravon Road in Singapore, was a small British military hospital named Royal Air Force Hospital. It was used by the Japanese soldiers during World War II as a healthcare facility for the prisoners-of-war detained at the Changi military base nearby. With more than 70 years of rich history when it survived the war from 1942 to 1945 witnessing the fall of Singapore and the tortures of the prisoners-of-war that happened there, this hospital is one of the most haunted places in Asia. Stories about the building being haunted started in the early 1940s. In particular, the morgue always had sightings of ghosts without heads and feet, and seeing spirits of different races and nationalities wandering around the compound is very common. However, there are recent plans to turn this area into a lifestyle haven of resorts, spas and restaurants.
http://www.abillionlittlestars.com/2013/08/10-most-haunted-places-in-asia/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Changi_Hospital
http://seeksghosts.blogspot.com/2013/11/singapores-old-changi-hospital.html

Ashley Ann Lewis

Ashley Ann Lewis

Director / Dept Chair Occult at National Paranormal Society
Ashley became interested in the paranormal at a young age, but at that young age she did not have much understanding in it at all. I wasn’t until 2010 that she really became interested. Thanks to a Resolve carpet cleaning can that flew across the room, Ashley among three others who witness what happen that night, they pulled a team together. Ashley is a heavy researcher and though she may find the answer to what she is searching for she’ll search even harder. She’s overly determined and takes her part in the paranormal field very seriously. Between working hard and spending every dime she had she became a found of a paranormal team that is based out of Historic Louisiana and was honored to take on a position as a Representative with The National Paranormal Society. There is still so much she does not understand which drives her to work even harder and to further educate herself on everything.
Ashley Ann Lewis

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