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Sunday, November 16, 2008


" pontianak - THE HAUNTED PASIR RIS PARK 2008 by XPDC-PSI "

On the night of 15/11/2008, XPDC Paranormal Science Investigation team from XJTSS visited Pasir Ris Park Swamps, one of the 10 most haunted place in Singapore. Seven of us started from KTM Tanjung Pagar Station meeting point, proceed to Pasir Ris after 12am witching hour to meet 2 others. Most stretched of wooden boardwalk feels normal that night. Except for the observation tower in the middle of the swamps, it was creepy with a lot of energy and one of the 'resting hut'. We had not much of sighting or vibes that night but some members did pick up some weird human sound of "tolong", "tolol", "lontong" or "lelong" from the swamps? We did have an EMF machine to detect such sound but... "sapa kentut dahhh!"

To end the night, we went to Changi Village around 3am for nasi lemak and met a beautiful "girl" name Suzie at the "carpark transformer club".
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I also pick up some moving spots or just insect flying near the observation tower? According to story-morrie-mongers, Pasir Ris area was a prime haunting ground for ghost sighting, because of the old Malay kampong history there of which some of the folks practice black magic. Sightings include Pontianaks (kept for black magic, but with no master now - this creature are thousandth years old, good source for history lesson, if you're not scared of them) at the Pasir Ris Park maze (along Pasir Ris Road at Elias Road), a headless ghost at the tallest observation tower at Pasir Ris Park (along Pasir Ris Road,Elias Road, Pasir Ris Green, Pasir Ris Close and Jalan Loyang Besar) and other shadowy spirits hanging out by the Sungei Api Api swamps (Elias Road, offPasir Ris Drive 3). IncredibleTales, a local TV programme on the supernatural, filmed an episode at Sungei Api Api. But this is XPDC fun video version.... enjoy!

Please drop comment regarding additional info on Pasir Ris Park, Thanks.

PLEASE NOTE: This is art directed version of what members felt during the expedition. Accompanying image of "Pontianak" was just a photography illusion, created for this production only. But the sound of "tolong" did really happened but only 2 people heard it. We did bring EMF gun to listen in, on our environment. For future expedition, we will try have more paranormal equipment & tools where we will record, analyze and share here.

Such entities are very difficult to be visually captured on films in there actual forms. Paranormal events such as ours, cause energy disturbances across the entire electromagnetic spectrum (from the low-frequency infrared through the visible light spectrum, into high-frequency ultraviolet energy, and on to x-rays and gamma rays). It seems paranormal events tap into existing energy sources around us to manifest in our reality and disrupt the natural (or background) energy levels. These unexplainable fluctuations are genuine evidence of paranormal activity. There are seven main categories of electronic detection equipment used by investigators to capture these energy fluctuations associated with paranormal phenomena: EMF Detectors, Temperature Sensors, Static Electricity & Ionization Detectors, Motion Detectors, EVP & Listening Devices, RF Detectors, and Radiation Monitors...

I had a dialogue recording between entities which are inside the victim body during 'berubat' session in Malaysia. To what I know, victim was "bomoh'ed" with disturbance from 'pontianak' inside the body and home. Alhamdulillah, Ustaz Dato Hji Ismail Kamus manage to cure him, above all, "ilmu Allah" is the greatest. Ustaz also wrote a book on this subject "JIN, Rasukan & Pengubatannya" where you learned surah & ayat from Al'Quran to protect & banish syaitan & iblis.


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