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Old 07-09-2005, 11:29 AM
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Based on true FACTS

Warning
Any places listed in the Haunted Places requires permission to visit or investigate. Many of the places are patrolled by the authorities, trespassers will be prosecuted.

Georgetown - The Deadly Junction - it is a T-Junction, located beside the Union High School, It Was said that if you ever drive across it late at night, your car will go out of control, & crash because there were many accidents happened there. some said that there is a tiny unknown tree which looks like a lady carrying a child beside the road, they saw her figure & a child screaming, some old folks said she was once a "bomoh"(witch) & she kidnapped her sister's son, somehow they never appear after being seen beside this "DEADLY JUNCTION".

Ipoh - St. Michael's Institution - A group of Catholics missionaries arrived in 1912 and began to build a school next to the famous Kinta River. It did not take long for the missionary brothers who run the school to have enough funs to erect a huge school building with unique French structural design. When WW2 broke out, the school was used by Japanese secret police and as their headquarters. Lots of torturing been carry out. In this unique building, there were many tunnels which had been seal off and these tunnels are used by the Japanese to torture prisoners and storage of food. Most sightings occurs in the Chapel on the fourth floor of the building. A Brother dressed in black robe, holding praying beads in sitting position facing towards the door which accessing to the brothers quarter in the early am and without a head. Those who had witness it are asked to kept it a secret and not to scare others fearing no parents would register their children in the school. A real skull produce in the school biology lab was found in the school back field.

Kuala Kangsar - Malay College Kuala Kangsar - Said to be a former site of a Japanese occupation camp during WW2. Students sometimes awakened by something that stares down directly at them. A marching platoon can be heard in the field. The sounds of chains. A tree on campus which is right beside a lamppost where the light shines down on it. The shadow produced is that of a man hanging from the tree.- this may be urban legend.A few though were conveniently historically 'situated' as they were old colonial admin buildings that were used by the Japanese during the Occupation in the 1940s where 'executions' would take place. Some of these buildings were the Victoria Institution (school), the Bukit Bintang Girls School (used to be methodist grounds,now demolished)

Kuala Kubu Bharu - Mara Junior Science College Kuala Kubu Bharu - In various parts of the building a white flying apparition has been seen.

Kuala Lumpur - Bukit(Hill) Tunku - A spooky place to be. Bukit (Hill) Tunku is actually one of the more elite residential areas in Kuala Lumpur. This place has many big and tall trees, and has this eerie feeling about it even at broad daylight and of course at night. It is said that a few years ago two youth embarked on a high speed motorcycle chase around the curvy roads of the area. One of the youth crashed at a dark stretch of the road, which is actually a very sharp corner. There have been claims about sightings of a young man riding a motorcycle at high speed, who mysteriously vanished in the dark.

Kuala Lumpur - Cheras - Poliklinik Cheras - 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.

Kuala Lumpur - Genting Highlands Resort - A famous hill-top resort and casino. Many people incurred gambling debts and committed suicide here. Some visitors leaving the hotel lobby reported seeing a man in red jump from the rooftop, just to disappear before he hits the ground. Certain rooms are not available for rent no matter how full the hotel was - those who have seen the inside reported that it was filled with old Chinese ghost wards. They would subsequently fall sick for days afterwards.

Kuala Lumpur - Highland Towers - A tragic event that will forever live in the memory of Malaysians. One of the 3 blocks of apartment at this place fell apart due to landslide and heavy downpour prior to that fateful day. And Highland Towers have become famous for claims of being a very haunted place. Voices of the dead can be heard at night and ghostly figures are said to have appeared at the scene. There are also a story about a taxi driver who picked up a woman passenger at the middle of the night and being asked to drop her at the place.She left a bag and the poor taxi driver found it to be full of blood!

Kuala Lumpur - Pudu Prison - Old prison that was abandoned after the area around it became commercialized. Reports of a strange thin Indian man walking the prison hallways and disappearing around the corner. Screams can be heard from the room where hangings take place. Certain areas such as specific cells and holding chambers were far colder than others. - Update: They are turning this back into a prison (for low security prisoners) as no one will take it up for commercial property as it is too well known for the hauntings. There were plans to turn it into a hotel where you can stay a night at the cell of the most notorious criminals. Actually, the listing is wrong about hangings. The hangings do not take place at Pudu prison. Unless its self inflicted/murder. Official hangings are done outside Pudu. There were of course many in-prison acts of violence that led to deaths of inmates. Many drug addicts were known to be victims of violent criminals and so they were moved out into another prison elsewhere.

Kuala Lumpur - Victoria Institution - 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.

Pahang - Tras - Police Station in Tras - During the 1950’s a police corporal and his wife were found in a state of shock and terror after opening their door to an unknown figure. Many police personnel were terrorized by this “entity” that other policemen would rather resign than being transferred to this remote station.

Perak - Ipoh - Tambun - Sighting of an old lady on the roadside while driving.

Perak - Ipoh - Tambun Inn - Lights reported to turn on and off and sounds of whispering.

Perak - Kellies Castle - sometimes door are opened themselves. lots of scary screaming voices........

Puchong - Puchong House - Evil drawings on the walls. Some say the ghost of a woman who resided here before haunts it. Other than that, just stepping into the house is enough to keep you awake for months.

Selangor - Ampang - S.K (1) Kuala Ampang - Could hear taps in the toilet running by itself and sightings of a lady in white walking behind the school compound.

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Old 07-09-2005, 11:33 AM
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eh...kellie's castle have doors meh?

you mean the quaters built next door ar?

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Old 07-09-2005, 11:39 AM
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Haunted House Tour (KUALA LUMPUR)

If you have some time to spare

let us give you a scare


If you are afraid of ghosts, Please Exit HERE

The Spookster Haunted House Tour brings you to some sites in Kuala Lumpur reputed to be haunted.

Information on some local Malaysian superstitions will also be presented during the tour.



The 2-hour tour is conducted nightly. Ghosts get beauty sleep during the day

A minimum of 4 persons per booking for each tour. Ghostly passengers are not welcome

Individual need to be at least 18 and above to join this tour. Those older than 150 years are entitled

to ghost discounts

Pregnant ladies or those with weak hearts and any health problems are not welcome. The ghosts

don't like competition.

Cameras (photo or video) not allowed. Ghosts hate paparazzi.

Spooksters will not be responsible for any untoward incidents. We don't know any ghosts

personally, and neither should you

Tour charges of RM 168.00 per person applies. Ghosts don't like garlic, monopoly or plastic

money, but love fresh blood.

Ghosts don't give refunds or discounts. RM 30.00 minimum charge applies for no shows.





Ghosts need at least 24-hours advance notice to prepare to receive guests, and reserve the right to reject anyone without giving any reasons whatsoever.

Meeting point & 1st stop

Bangsar Seafood Village, KL (steamboat dinner)
Food is an integral part of Asian life for protection against the supernatural. The sharing of communal food helps facilitate group protection during the tour. And this is the last point at which you can back out (full fare charge still applies)

2nd Stop

Indian Temple (Mid-Valley City)
Spiritual belief governs many aspects of the construction industry in Asia, including steps needed to be taken to appease spirits before during & after any development activity. Come view a tree believed to have been blessed by the Gods that resulted in a whole shopping complex having to be built around it

3rd Stop

Chinese Cemetery (Seputeh)
Given the right circumstances, you can see, hear & feel the spirits which call this place home. And here, you can appeal to their better natures to seek their blessing and for lucky lottery or 4D numbers

4th Stop

Pudu Prison
Hauntings are normal in any prison, as are demonic activity by those really desperate to escape. The true melting pot of all spiritual beliefs

5th Stop

Pontianak Den
Located in a very exclusive area of KL, the Asian vampires are very protective of their haunts such that locks and security systems pale in comparison

6th Stop

Old Railway Station
A place where you don't want to actually see a ghost - famous for suicide leaps in olden days and where many have unintentionally invited spirits to accompany them on trips

End Point

Bangsar Seafood Village, KL
Final cleansing to ensure no spirits follow you home

* Pickup & drop off at selected hotels in KL possible for 4 pax & more



Note:
Dressing: No shorts or slippers. Female dressing should not overly expose flesh
Minimum Age: 18 years, children aged 10 and above allowed if accompanied by adult
Minimum pax: 2 pax per trip
Maximum pax: 7 pax per trip
Bring along: 1 bottle pure (distilled or mineral) water & sweater (it can get very cold!)
Group bookings: Minimum 15 pax, maximum 40 pax - advance notice of 5 working days required

Answer to the Pop Quiz will be provided on the Spooksters Haunted House Tour

1) How do Chinese respond when their house and / or property is unexpectedly flooded ?

A. Move to higher ground

B. Conduct prayers to chase away bad spirits

C. Take it as a sign that good fortune is imminent

D. Take it as a sign to seek new spouses





2) Why do Indians have mirrors or reflective surfaces at their front and back doors ?

A. To better light the interiors

B. Vanity check before leaving home

C. To reflect away bad fortune and spirits

D. One way mirrors to peek at neighbours





3) When do Malays believe ghosts and spirits start prowling ?

A. In the morning, just before sunrise

B. At noon, before lunch

C. In the evening, just after sunset

D. Anytime the in-laws come by





Declaration Form distributed and need to be signed before the tour

I hereby declare and agree that :

* I have never been previously possessed or am predisposed to be possessed by any ghosts
* I will not allow any of my previous lives or reincarnations to surface during or after this tour
* I am in perfect health and do not have any existing health conditions that may in any way be affected by this tour
* I will not hold responsible Spooksters and any of its staff, assigns or associated parties for any injury to my bodily and/or spiritual self during and as a result of this tour, I will only hold the ghosts or spirits responsible
* I will not sue or undertake any legal action (civil, criminal or otherwise) against Spooksters and any of its staff, assigns or associated parties unless prior written permission is obtained from the spirit or ghost responsible for such cause of legal action, and such written permission must be accepted by the Courts of Law in Malaysia
* Promotional material can be provided to my e-mail address as and when such promotions are held by Spooksters and its partners, assigns or associated parties.
* No requests for refunds or discounts will be entertained once the Tour has begun.
* My alternate selves, personalities, reincarnations, family, relatives, friends and enemies will be bound by my declaration and agreement.
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Old 07-09-2005, 11:46 AM
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regardless of whether it's haunted or not ...there're still long queues of eager parents wanting to register their children into SMI ...every year.
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Old 07-09-2005, 11:51 AM
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Is that true isaac? Are there really having ghost trips conducted in KL? If so, where in KL are they having this?
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Remember to bring your cameras and take some pics to show us
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Old 08-09-2005, 12:32 AM
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Isaac, how true is the true facts that you claimed? If you are unable to prove the true facts, those parties that you mentioned in your post could bring you to court for defamation. You've to be responsible to what you posted.
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Old 08-09-2005, 12:54 AM
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Ipoheart,

The haunted tour has been around for some time but it didn't get much publicity since it is not encouraged by the majority.

I think Isaac's post sourced from this site and you may contact them if you are interested: -
http://www.impressions.com.my/Relate...spooksters.htm
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my bro went for the tour.. said kinda scary and cool

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Quote:
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my bro went for the tour.. said kinda scary and cool

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Did he get to see any ghosts ?
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