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Malaysiaís Most Haunted Places
« on: May 23, 2012, 03:28:25 AM »

Aeroplane Bungalow (Mona Fendyís house), Behind Leisure Point, Cheras
For those who donít know, Mona Fandey was a popular bomoh back in the 90′s, and reportedly used black arts to help many politicians achieve power. She was executed in 2001 for murdering politician Mazlan Idris in 1993 while conducting a ceremony to invest him with power. Itís reported that Mona, along with her husband, had Mazlan lie down while they conducted a ceremony, before dismembering and partially skinning Mazlan. At her execution, she claimed ďI will never die,Ē and her house is supposedly haunted due to the black arts she practices there

Villa Nabila, Johor Bahru
Situated on a hillside facing Johorís popular Danga Bay, Villa Nabila is prime property, which may lend credence to the stories that itís haunted, as a prime property house like that isnít commonly abandoned. Apparently the family home to a rich family, the house was robbed and the occupants killed, leading to itís current haunting at the hands of the restless souls within. Some intrepid ghost hunters have reportedly gotten Ďlostí in the villa, only to escape at dawn, and no sooner.

Lady Templer Hospital, Cheras
Apparently haunted by a ghost of an old lady, the Cheras Policlinic (as itís also known) may be inhospitable for the intrepid ghost hunter- some eyewitness accounts place the ghost as unwelcoming to Ďcari pasalí ghosthunters.

Karak Highway
The Karak Highway is home to numerous freak accidents and paranormal activity, with drivers reporting the invisible presence of Ďanother personí with them, whether it be a car or motorcycle. Beyond that, thereís an urban legend of a yellow Volkswagen that may chase you on the highway- carrying a ghostly passenger.

St. Michaelís Institution, Ipoh
A school built in 1912 by Catholic missionaries, St. Michaelís Institution was used as a base for the Japanese in WWII, and was also reported a torture chamber. Till this day, itís said a monk can be seen praying in the fourth floor chapel, headless. Yeah, seriously.

Kellies Castle, Perak
While thereís never been a sighting at Kellies Castle, there are reports of doors opening and closing on their own, as well as piercing screams in the middle of the night. Creepy enough!

Abandoned Bungalows, Bangsar
This location couldnít be pinpointed by the source over at a local online forum, but reportedly has djinn, pontianak, and other spirits haunting these Bungalows. Thereís a slew of the other stories around the abandoned bungalows, notably a story about a guard going crazy and murdering some children

Highland Towers,Ampang
The famous Highland Towers. In 1993, a whole block collapsed, leading to 48 deaths and from then on, multiple reports of haunting and things that go bump in the night. Now, especially since that the apartment isnít exactly in the best shape and is surrounded by overgrown jungle, Highland Towers might just give you one heck of a shock the next time youíre there.