The most com­mon type­sofghosts in Sin­ga­pore

CLEO (Singapore) - - DEAR SINGAPORE -

While the ex­is­tence of ghosts has not been proven, there are some you’ve def­i­nitely heard about. Noel shares his take on some of the most com­mon ones.

Ghost sol­diers

Ac­cord­ing to Noel, they can be found at old bat­tle sites. Most of them don’t know they’re dead and think that they’re still fight­ing the war.

My team and I com­mu­ni­cated with a ghost sol­dier at Labrador Na­ture Re­serve us­ing a spirit box, a gad­get we use that uses AM fre­quency to get an­swers from su­per­nat­u­ral en­ti­ties that may be try­ing to con­vey a mes­sage. ‘Bob’ said his name more than once and an­swered a few sim­ple ques­tions. And when we asked him if he knew that the war is over, he said ‘no’.”

Road ac­ci­dent vic­tims

Some Sin­ga­pore­ans are con­vinced that some roads are haunted, such as the “Devil’s Bend” at Old Up­per Thom­son Road. Noel points out that many driv­ers have re­ported see­ing a car van­ish­ing into thin air and the ghosts of road ac­ci­dent vic­tims try­ing to flag down ve­hi­cles.

If you think you see a ghost here, you may panic, lose con­trol of your car and get into an ac­ci­dent. While the gen­eral be­lief is that these ghosts want you to join them in the af­ter­life, in my opin­ion, it’s be­cause they have un­fin­ished busi­ness and gen­uinely want to seek your help. I’ve con­ducted a para­nor­mal in­ves­ti­ga­tion at ‘Devil’s Bend’ and the re­sults were off the charts.”

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