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Deadly Bungee Jump in Brazil


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Bungee Jump
Student Leticia Santarem Amaro Rodrigues (20), died last Sunday after a bungee jump accident. The elastic cord snapped, making her hit the ground 150 feet below.
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A bad day at the carnival


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Carnival Bad

Do you still dare to play the ride at Genting after watching this?
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Real Zombies Arcade Game


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Real Zombies
When you thought zombies in arcade game is fake. Think again. This is a real zombies arcade game documentary.
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A Haunted Marriage


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An old man and woman were married for many years, even though they hated each other. When they had a confrontation, screaming and yelling could be heard deep into the night.

The old woman would shout, “When I die, I will dig my way up and out of the grave and come back and haunt you for the rest of your life!”

Neighbors feared her They believed she practiced blackmagic because of the many strange occurrences that took place in their neighborhood.

The old woman liked the fact that she was feared. To everyone’s relief, she died of a heart attack when she was 68.

He had a closed casket at the wake. After the burial, he went straight to the local bar and began to party as if there was no tomorrow.

His neighbors, concerned for his safety, asked: “Aren’t you afraid that she may indeed be able to dig her way up and out of the grave and come back to haunt you for the rest of your life?”

The Man put down his drink and said, “Let her dig.

I had her buried upside down…….”

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Do Not Try This At Night…Alone


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Do Not try this at night…Alone

Click Here For The Grudge

p/s: Not recommended for those who have heart attack or high blood pressure

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Genting True Ghost Story: The Old Man


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This incident happened a few years back in Malaysia, and was experienced by my cousin. I personally did not experience it but I was there when it happened. All names have been changed for privacy.
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Another Genting True Ghost Story


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Ok this is from those who has worked in genting before.
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Saw Ghost at Genting on Recharge Zouk Fest 2005


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Below is a chat conversation in msn with a friend who encounter ghost in genting after the recharge zouk fest. All information are being posted as it is without editing.

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Singapore Ghost Stories - Based on true story


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This is a real story spread among Singapore taxi drivers.
It was about 7.30 pm in Chinese New Year’s eve. Taxi driver Ah Tan, a
60-year-old man, lived in Bedok Reservoir Rd, was rushing back home to
celebrate the family dinner.

He happened to pass by a remote path somewhere near Punggol. That used
to be a farm village but has been deserted for a few years. There were
altogether four bus-stops along the roadside.

While he was driving along the path, he saw a young lady at the bus-stop
flagging for his taxi. At first, he wanted to take the lady but he was
going to be late for his dinner. Being a person particular for punctuality,
he decided not to take this customer. Then he carried on driving. To

his surprise, there was another lady flagging him down. This time he
felt familiar because she was wearing a red T-shirt and black skirt but
due to fading light, he could not see her face.

When he passed by the third bus-stop, he felt a bit of horror as another
lady was flagging him again, in the same red and black clothes! How
would a lady moves faster than the wheels? The distance between two
stops is about 0.8 KM away! This time, he really felt horrible and stepped
the accelerator harder.When passing the fourth one, a lady charged at his car!

He was driving at least at the speed of 100 KM/H! The lady flew over his
vehicle and dropped inside a drain next to the bus-stop. Ah Tan cried out
due to extremely horror! The victim once again in red and black clothes.
Ah Tan felt so bad and had no mood celebrating New Year.

Finally, he decided to report to the police. The body in red and
black skirt was found, it was a young Chinese lady aged between 20 to
25 year old. Ah Tan’s horror got attested. The lady’s cause of death
is not by car accident but stabbed by sharp object! She had been dead
for about three days, the body already started to decay.

After the police statement, Ah Tan thought of the whole things had been over.
Of course the police snickered at his initial statement and made him do
another ‘credible’ one.

One week later, Ah Tan’s horrible feeling had lessen. What a coincidence,
he striked first prize 4-D for his taxi number plate. He won a big sum
of money, he was so delighted in this, but unfortunately he fell down
in the bath room and fractured his right arm. He was admitted to Changi hospital.

In the hospital, he started to have nightmare night after night. A young lady,
in red and black skirt, kept calling him “Ah Peh, li di si lo lai?”(Uncle, when
are you coming down?). He really cannot tolerate to it anymore.

Moreover, the inflammation started on his wound. Luckily, one of his
friend who is a Taoist priest suggested to give up his stake’s money
instead of plead for ’safety’. He told Ah Tan that the lady ghost is
gnawed by serious grievances and has become a ferocious spirit.

Since she could not avenge the murderer due to some reasons, Ah Tan
chosen to be the ’scapegoat’ for her rebirth’. The 4D winning stake
is to exchange for his life!

After a battle of mind, the lady still disturbed him in the meanwhile,
with a shattered nerves he decided to give up his $100,000 to The
Charity Community Chest. Strange enough, he recovered from the illness
rapidly.

Everything seemed to be over, but a short period after his discharged,
his wife striked 4-D again, the stake amount is also $100,000! This is
because, one day, his wife went market and bought some vegetable, she
saw the wrapper was the used newspaper which reported the young lady’s
murder case. Strangely, there was four numbers on it, and his wife
bet on and striked. After a fierce argument between them, Ah Tan failed
to convince his wife to donate the money. A deep worry began to burden
Ah Tan when his wife started puzzle head and like to put on red T-shirt
and black skirt. She seemed to go mad and the temper got hotter and hotter.

One morning, she suddenly told Ah Tan that the life is meaningless’.
This time Ah Tan was decisive, he gave up all the money immediately. He
brought his wife to the temple and asked the monks to release the young lady’s
souls from purgatory.

After this incident, he stop buying 4-D or involves in all kinds of gambling.
Not long ago, he’d also gave up his taxi-license.

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Malaysia Ghost Stories - Based on true story


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My Story: This story is told by my friend from Tampines… They say its true but the mystery is yet to be solved… It happened in Malaysia…

There is a guy who had many relationships with girls. After which became pregnant the day before they break up. Many had no choice but to abort their child as many were under age. All the girls were very sad EXCEPT for this women. After being pregnant and abandon by him, she did not abort. Instead, she COMMITTED SUICIDE together with her unborn child and landed on her head…

The following day, It was her funeral. There was no choice but for him to attend. Many was there. INCLUDING her parents and a ‘bomoh.’ Throughout the ceremony, the bomoh kept staring at him which makes him feel uneasy. “You caused her death didn’t you. She will come back for revenge. So i suggest that you hide under your bed when it strike midnight.” Looking back at her, he remembered that before she died, she was wearing red dress. He looked around for the bomoh but was no where to be seen…

‘DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG,DONG’ The clock strike 12 midnight and he was underneath his bed, waiting, frightened of what is going to happen…

‘TOCK TOCK TOCK‘ “NOT IN HERE!!!” He heard the sound of the woman knocking and saying something… He heard in the next room. ‘TOCK TOCK TOCK‘”NOT IN HERE!!!” Again he heard. One more room before she comes ‘TOCK TOCK TOCK‘ “FOUND YOU!!!” He died mysteriously… he saw her upright before dying and its said to have died of broken head

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