Things that go bump in the night at Singapore varsity

Compiled by BEH YUEN HUI, NURBAITI HAMDAN and A. RAMAN

THE National University of Singapore has put up a notice “warning” students of a headless woman ghost in the campus, reported Sin Chew Daily.

The signboard was spotted at the front of the university’s Federal Building of its Bukit Timah campus.

According to the notice, many people had “bumped” into the ghost in white wandering around the upper quadrant of the building.

It also gives information on other spirits.

The notice also talks about the sounds of Japanese soldiers marching up and down the corridors and lights being randomly switched on and off.

“There is also an elevator at the Zoology Department that operates on its own, which is operated by the ‘resident spirit’.

“Chairs and tables would be thrown about in classrooms according to students who study late into the night,” it reads.

A university spokesman said the signboard was one of nine along its Campus Heritage Trail that tell the history and major events reported in the campus in the past to help visitors know more about the university.

Asia Paranormal Investigators founder Charles Goh said the Zoology Department building had been taken over by the Faculty of Law and the haunted elevator no longer exists.

Salesman harrassed by medium after failing to settle payments

> China Press reported that a 22-year-old salesman was harassed by a medium from whom he had sought help after he failed to settle the “service charge”.

The man, only known as as Darren, claimed the medium had asked him to be a gigolo to earn RM400 a night to settle his debt.

Darren said he went to buy some fruits at a shop selling prayer paraphernalia near his office in Skudai, Johor Baru, three months ago.

“The boss said he had the power to help a person change their lives and get rid of bad omens.”

Darren said he paid RM2,000 to the medium to perform various “prayers” and purchased a statue.

Earlier this month, he decided to stop when the medium asked for more money.

He said the medium told him the entire charge for his services was RM6,800, excluding the money he had already paid and the RM2,800 discount.

“He said I still owed him RM2,000,” said Darren.

When he refused to pay, the medium began to telephone and text him more than 100 times in a day.

Things that go bump in the night at Singapore varsity

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