June 13, 2009
Sometime in the middle of the night the family noticed that she would sit alone in the kitchen or living room and seem to be talking to somebody. At time the rest of the family members heard a voice sounds like a man spoken from her mouth, but they were not certain with what they heard and suspected that she might have come in contact with some “dirty things”.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Real life exorcism video!!! It does not happen it the movies only! Wonder if the infamous Novena exorcism was the same"
August 30, 2007
Vacuum State Travel said:
For the highly educated high brows, perhaps this would be a time for a reality check at the getais and learn to love people as they are. Besides, if you can truly understand these folks, you can be sure to win the election!
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "This is oral history in the making. Poetry in motion - the common folk poetry."
June 05, 2007
Remember the BMT gathering photo that sparked a big hoohah on my tagboard? The one with the baby very high up in the background?
Apparently, my other BMT friend had the photographer take the same shot with another camera.
Wanna do a comparison?
Recommended by alvinism: "What do you think? Is the baby real?"
August 01, 2006
Mr Hardy said:
Now what I heard was that they had some guest 'bomoh' summon toyols in front of paying guests. What happened was that the museum became haunted with lotsa spooky things happening for months due to certain spirits being left behind unintentionally.
Recommended by i is no coward: "Singapore's Asian Civilization Museum is supposedly haunted by the ghosts of several Samsui women who's artifacts were displayed in the museum. Now the theory goes that these spirits are pure energy and they manifest themselves when they gather enough energy from those who unwittingly transfer energy to them by believing in them. "
June 04, 2006
Last Saturday, I attended what claimed to be Singapore's first supernatural workshop, organised by “Singapore Paranomal Investigators” and a group called “Supernatural”. It turned out to be a poorly conducted workshop, that left me fretting right from the beginning of its three hours. (By the way, it is definitely not the first of such workshops. There have been other talks on such matters based on religious perspectives, which are more interesting and helpful.) Here are reasons why the workshop was a failure...
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "How lack of religious tolerance in Singapore can seep over to the supernatural."
January 07, 2006
October 17, 2005
恐怖片把重心放在听觉和视觉的特效。 严格来说，就连电影也要让观众觉得 鬼不曾纯在。 戏里没有说服力，没证据说明鬼在戏里的纯在。 有些还把故事主角见到鬼，说成是一总幻觉，又或者是一场梦，《姐魅情深》就是个好例子。 自相矛盾。 鬼戏在说鬼？胡说！
当画面放慢的时候，一边制造 suspension，一边让你幻想多多。 （读好哦，是幻想。） 然后加上声音特效，刺激你的脑神经。 你的幻想就会慢慢实现，变成恐惧。 其实故事的 “乱” 是有原因的。 故事越乱就越让你陷入催眠状态。 边看就边思念鬼的出现。 然后出现了你又会觉得意外而被它吓好一大跳。
Recommended by Blogasm: "The "analysing" part of horror movies now-a-days are quite true and i reckon i'd strongly agree with him on his point of view."
August 24, 2005
Debonaire Daisy said:
Once upon a time, Aunt Helen had a medium call her dead grandfather, or father I can't remember which one. She said a medium is someone who calls upon the dead. Guy was talking on his mobile so he wasn't involved . We were talking about religion among things and somehow we ended up talking about ghosts and spirits.