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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Candy Ghost

It was said to be the candy ghost because it's wrapped like a candy but the different thing is you cannot eat it. The candy ghost also known as jumping ghost or "pocong" in Malay, referred to a creature like a human being which was wrapped up with "kain kafan".

It always disturbing people with a weak spirit or always fear. It moves like a Chinese ghost by jumping up and down or rolling. It can moves faster like a car. So if you're driving a Ferrari, don't dream to leave the candy ghost behind because it can moves as faster as your car or maybe it's already sit next beside you.
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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Water Ghost

Water ghost or sea ghost was actually a ghost that can be called "Mambang" or "Jin" which can be only found on a river or sea. This creature was quite creepy and it can endanger to those who get close to it.

Usually it is said floated like a piece of old trunk on a sea or river but can damage those people who touch it.

Other than that, it could change into anything and disturb those people who are on a river or sea side.

It is believed that this ghost came from a black magic and disposed into a river or sea.

The shining sea or river indicated that the ghost was there. To prevent this ghost disturbing people, a ritual was made every year.

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Friday, December 18, 2009

Hantu Kubur (Graveyard Ghost)

Graveyard Ghost or in Malay term, it's called "Hantu Kubur" was a ghost which has ambition to be super rich just like that but lazy to work on that goal. Graveyard Ghosts always moved in a group of people and visiting any old graveyards to get a four digit numbers.

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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Hantu Raya

Hantu Raya in early Malay animism, refers to a supreme ghost or demon that acts as a double for a black magic practitioner. Like the Toyol it has a master. In Malay folklore, it is a spirit which is supposed to confer the owner with great powers. Hantu means ghost and raya, great, in Malay.
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Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Pelesit was referring to a ghost which might came from jin/shaitan, kept by someone, usually woman, in order to destroy their enemies. Keeping this ghost also known as "Saka". Pelesit was believed to be fed a blood from their owner fingers.

Pelesit is said to be able to change themselves into a grasshopper. This creature again took the opportunity to attack and suck their victim's blood while they were sleeping.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Train Ghost

OMG..Is this for real?? Really scary ghost..train ghost..
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Monday, November 2, 2009

White Ghost

This is another ghost..this one is really creepy but i don't know whether it's real or not...
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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Is That For Real?

OMG!!Was that for real? 3 ghosts at the same time. Maybe these people not realized that those ghosts were behind them. If only they knew, I think they wouldn't take picture. But we cannot judge by just looking at the picture, maybe it was just a reflection...
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Shaitan in Modern Novels

The name Shai'tan was used in Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time series as a forbidden name for the Dark One (the primary source of evil in the series). Utterance of the name Shai'tan usually brought bad luck and tragedy to those around the speaker by "Drawing the Dark One's attention". An alternate name used for the Dark One in Jordan's books was Ba'alzamon, which was safe to speak aloud.

In Frank Herbert's Dune novels, which includes in their universe a religion descended in part from Islam, Shaitan is often used by the followers of that religion to refer to the sandworms of planet Arrakis.

In the novel The Satanic Verses, Shaitan (in multiple spellings) is a main character.
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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Shaytan in the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden

In the Qur'an's version of the story of Adam and Eve, Shaytan tempted them in the Garden of Eden, to eat of the forbidden tree - thereby exposing to them their nakedness and awakening man's modesty, shyness and sexuality. As they became suddenly aware of these things, they attempted to cover their modesty with leaves.

Adam and Eve, upon being questioned by God, apologized for falling for temptation, and were forgiven. After that GOD Almighty placed them on earth (in accordance with HIS plan, that HE communicated to the angels before creating Adam) to live out their lives and spawn the continuing family tree which eventually lead to the Human race as it is today. For Shaitan, this was a major victory. Now also living on earth, GOD Almighty granted him eternal life until day of judgment to continue to misguide man, as per Islamic theology, in an attempt to reduce man to filth and corruption.

And (unto man): O Adam! Dwell thou and thy wife in the Garden and eat from whence ye will, but come not nigh this tree lest ye become wrong-doers.

Then Satan (Shaytan) whispered to them that he might manifest unto them that which was hidden from them of their shame, and he said: "Your LORD Almighty forbade you from this tree only lest ye should become angels or become of the immortals".

And he swore unto them (saying): Lo! I am a sincere adviser unto you.

Thus did he lead them on with guile. And when they tasted of the tree their shame was manifest to them and they began to hide (by heaping) on themselves some of the leaves of the Garden. And their LORD Almighty called them, (saying): Did I not forbid you from that tree and tell you: Lo! Satan is an open enemy to you?

They said: Our LORD ALmighty ! We have wronged ourselves. If thou forgive us not and have not mercy on us, surely we are of the lost!
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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Shaytan as a "Whisperer"

In Islamic theology, the Shaytan and his minions are "whisperers", who whisper into the hearts of men and women, urging them to commit sin. This is where the desire to sin comes from, according to Islam.

The Qur'an provides a supplication for mankind, aimed at fighting the tempting of ash-Shaytan and his minions:

In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful.

Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of mankind,

The King of mankind,

The God of mankind,

From the evil of the sneaking whisperer (Shaytan),

Who whispereth in the hearts of mankind,

Of the jinn and of mankind.
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Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Devil in Islamic theology

According to basic Islamic teachings, God created three intelligent races: Angels, jinns, and humans, of which the latter two have been granted free will to choose between good and evil.

Iblis was a jinn and a devoted servant of God. He attained a very high status and was brought close with the angels. God knew Iblis harboured ill intentions, however, and this was the reason for his name, Iblis "Desperate," or "despair."

The angels do not have free will and simply do not sin because they were not granted the freedom by God to disobey. When God created Adam, He commanded all the angels and jinn to prostrate to him as was termed "the Best of Creation". All the angels and jinn did so except IblisJustify Full, who refused to obey.

And We created you (humans), then fashioned you, then told the angels: Fall ye prostrate before Adam! And they fell prostrate, all save Iblis, who was not of those who made prostration.

He said: "What hindered thee that thou didst not fall prostrate when I bade thee?" (Iblis) said: "I am better than him. Thou createdst me of fire while him Thou didst create of clay". [Qur'an 7:11]

Iblis was proud and arrogant and considered himself superior to Adam, since Adam was made from clay and Iblis was created from smokeless fire. For this act of disobedience, God cursed him to Hell for eternity, but gave him respite until the Day of Judgment, after Iblis requested it. Iblis obtained permission from God and vowed that he would use this time to lead all human men and women astray to Hell as a way of revenge against them. By refusing to obey God’s order he was thrown out of Paradise and thereafter he was called “Shaitan”.

He said: Then go down hence! It is not for thee to show pride here, so go forth! Lo! thou art of those degraded.

He said: Reprieve me till the Day (of Judgement) when they are raised (from the dead).

He said: Lo! thou art of those reprieved.

He said: Now, because Thou hast sent me astray, verily I shall lurk in ambush for them on Thy Right Path.

Then I shall come upon them from before them and from behind them and from their right hands and from their left hands, and Thou wilt not find most of them beholden (unto Thee).

He said: Go forth from hence, degraded, banished. As for such of them as follow thee, surely I will fill hell with all of you.[Qur'an 7:14]

Although God grants the request, He also warns the Shayṭān that he would have no authority over His sincere ‘ubūd "devoted servants".

Lo! My (faithful) bondmen - over them thou hast no power, and thy Lord sufficeth as (their) guardian
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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Namings and etymology

The word "Iblis" may be derived from the Arabic verbal root balasa بَلَسَ, meaning "he despaired"; therefore, the linguistic meaning of Iblis would be "he/it that causes despair".[1] However, some maintain an etymological derivation from the Greek "Diabolos".[2]

"Shayṭān" "Satan" is both a noun and an adjective. As a noun it means "adversary", "enemy", "opponent," or "rebel" and as an adjective it means "adversarial," "opposing," or "evil." In popular Islamic culture, Shaitan is often simply translated as "The Devil," but can refer to any of the beings who rebelled against Allah. Shaytan has a similar meaning and origin to the Christian word Satan.
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Sunday, October 11, 2009


In Islam, the Devil is known as Iblis or Shayṭan. According to the Qur'an, God created Iblis out of "smokeless fire" (along with all of the other djinn) and created man out of clay. The primary characteristic of the Devil, besides hubris, is that he has no power other than the power to cast evil suggestions into the heart of men and women.
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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Tantallon Ghost

OMG!!That looks really creepy..was that a real ghost?
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Thursday, October 1, 2009


Did you see the ghost?
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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Orang Minyak Specialties

Orang Minyak can get into houses easily. He can easily disappear from our view if someone's chasing him. He can climb onto the wall like a lizard.
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Monday, September 28, 2009

About Orang Minyak

I don't know whether Orang Minyak is still exist nowadays because if you want to say about rapist, there a lot of them. I'm not quite sure whether the story of Orang Minyak was true or not since I have never seen any evidence to confirm that they are exist.
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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Orang Minyak

The Orang Minyak is one of a number of supposed ghosts in Malay culture. Orang Minyak means 'oily man' in Malay. The orang minyak was a man who in an attempt to win back his love with magic was cursed. The devil offered to help the creature and give him powers of the black arts, but only if the orang minyak worshipped the devil and raped 21 virgins within a week.

The orang minyak was described as human, having a naked body covered with oil to make it difficult to catch. However, there were also stories of the orang minyak where it was supposedly supernatural in origin, or invisible to non-virgins (possibly from the oil) or both. The mass panic has also led to unmarried women, typically in student dormitories, borrowing sweaty clothes to give the impression to the orang minyak that they are with a man. Other defences supposedly include biting its left thumb and covering it in batik.

In short, the orang minyak is a supernatural serial rapist that is hard to see and hard to catch. Some have speculated that the orang minyak is a regular criminal who uses black grease as a night-time camouflage. Due to the use of black grease, it makes the orang minyak hard to catch, as pursuers would not be able to hold on to him. However, in some encounters with the orang minyak, the situation is not explainable from a non-supernatural angle.
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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Tall Ghost (Hantu Tinggi)

A legendary ghost that is said to be as tall as the tree-tops, and whose legs are indistinguishable from tree trunks.

Some says if you see this ghost, you won't be able to see it's upper body and you just it's legs because it's too tall to be seen.

If you see this ghost, don't say anything just keep quiet.
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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Believe in Ghost

I wonder how many people believe in ghost existence. In my opinion, ghosts are exist but different countries different ghosts. For example, if you are in Japan, you won't see any European ghosts there. Ghosts are like human race, there are many kinds of them. But the thing is we can't see them with our eyes because that thing is very smooth and there's something that forbidden us to see them. The point is, we must believe that not only humans live in this earth but there's something else.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Feeding Jenglot

Jenglot 'keepers' feed their creature with blood, either animal blood (goat) or human blood. Those who feed the creature with human blood buy it legally from the Indonesian Red Cross. The jenglot is said to not drink the blood directly. The person places the jenglot near the blood, but the jenglot doesn't even move or touch the blood. It is said that the jenglot will get the nutrients of the blood in their own way.

p/s: Well I guess if you want to keep jenglot as your pet, you can try this stuff..
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Saturday, September 19, 2009


Jenglot is believed to be found in Indonesia, especially in Java. They are mostly found by native psychics after they have performed a supernatural ceremony. Jenglots are said to be found anywhere, from under the ground, on a wrecked house roof, and even in the trunk of a huge tree.
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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The Fact About Pontianak

Pontianak always incarnated into a pretty girl and walk alone on a silent street. That's why the reason they made a story like this is to prevent the female teenagers from being disturbed by men who were afraid of pontianak.
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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Pontianak Weaknesses

Pontianak ghost was believed to have a hole behind her neck. If anyone could survive when seeing pontianak when she turns into a beautiful woman and put a nail into her neck, the pontianak will remains beautiful forever. But if you pull out the nail, she will turns back into pontianak. But you are advised not to put a nail into any woman's neck or if not you will just murder the woman.
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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Toyol Origin

Some say that toyol has its origins from Mecca near the Kaaba (the belief refers to the Pre-Islamic Era where the Arabs used to kill their children and bury them all around Mecca. The Chinese (Cantonese) name for the toyol is guai zai (literally "ghost child"). The corresponding term in the Hokkien dialect is kwee kia with "kwee" meaning "ghost" and "kia" meaning "child".
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Friday, September 11, 2009


A Toyol or Tuyul is a mythical spirit in the Malay mythology of Southeast Asia (notably Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore). It is small child spirit invoked by a bomoh (Malay witch doctor) from a dead human foetus using black magic. It is possible to buy a toyol from such a bomoh.

A person who owns a toyol uses it mainly to steal things from other people, or to do mischief. According to a well-known superstition, if money or jewellery keeps disappearing mysteriously from your house, a toyol might be responsible. One way to ward off a toyol is to place some needles under your money, for toyols are afraid of being hurt by needles.

What you see in the video is actually for real and nothing is impossible in this world.

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Puntianak or can be known as Pontianak believed by Malay culture died while giving birth. But some say, its a wild ghost whose always disturbing human being.

You could say its quite similar to kuntilanak but just a little bit different.
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A pocong is a Malaysian/Indonesian ghost that is said to be the soul of a dead person trapped in their suit. The pocong suit (shroud) is used by Muslims to cover the body of the dead person. They cover the dead body with white fabric called mori and tie the clothing over the head, under the feet, and on the neck. According to the native beliefs, the soul of a dead person will stay on the earth for 40 days after the death. When the ties aren't released after 40 days, the body is said to jump out from the grave to warn people that the soul need the bonds to be released. After the ties are released, the soul will leave the earth and never show up anymore. Because of the tie under the feet, the ghost can't walk. This causes the pocong to hop.

Some of the pictures in the video are actually real based on proofs or images that the people captured.
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Thursday, September 10, 2009


In Malay folklore, kuntilanak was pictured as a beautiful woman. kuntilanak always frightened village people for revenge. When appeared, you will smell a flower scent. Some say, if a guy is not really careful, the guy could be killed after kuntilanak change her face and sucking blood. She eats baby and suck bloods from pregnant woman.

In horror movies and films in Malaysian television, kuntilanak was pictured killing his prey by sucking blood on their necks, like vampire.

But its quite different with Malay tradition, in Sunda tradition, kuntilanak didn't have anus and disturbing people by showing herself. From the above fact, its actually a sundel bolong.
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A jenglot is a type of mysterious creature or vampire in Indonesian and Malaysian culture mythology. It is described as looking much like a tiny, living human doll. It is usually depicted as a mythical creature, sometimes seen in cryptozoology, and occasionally purported to have actually been a human body.

When you see this creature, you will amaze because of its tiny size and its actually kind of creepy. They believed its used to be a human body with part of demon.
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Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Polong is Malay for a spirit enslaved by a man (most of the time) for personal use. Like the Hantu Raya and Toyol, it has a master. It is an unseen ghost that can be used by a black magic practitioner to harm someone. It is particularly meant to harm other people, especially when the owner has wicked intentions towards these people.
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Monday, August 10, 2009


Have you ever heard of "Toyol"?

"Toyol" referred to a ghost creature in Malay people beliefs, maybe from Satan or "Jin", kept by some Malay people for stealing purposes. It was described as a small children which has the same behavior like children.
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Saturday, August 8, 2009

Ara's Tree

Ara's Tree or in Malay "Pokok Kayu Ara" is a huge tree where you can only find it in the jungle or if you lucky enough you can find this tree grows near your house. The skin is usually reddish and it has big branches and twigs. They believed this tree is haunted because of its big size and its long roots. If you stand near the tree, you can see the branches are like human hands that could twine around you if you stand close to the tree. It is to be said haunted because once you climb the tree, you can never go down. Old folks say the tree was haunted because ghosts lived there. Actually I don't know the English word or scientific word for this tree.

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Friday, August 7, 2009

Scary Malay Ghosts

This is so scary and I hope you're no scared..
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Did you see the ghost fly? Well, that's "Kuntilanak". Really scary.
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Indonesian Idol 2008 Ghost

It was captured during one of Indonesian Idol 2008 Finalist was performing on the stage. You can see the ghost sitting...
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D'Massiv Ghost

D'Massiv is one of Indonesian band and "Cinta Ini Membunuhku" or "This Love Kills Me" is one of their hit songs. Anyway, this video was captured while they were performing "Cinta Ini Membunuhku" and out of nowhere, a woman ghost was appeared while they performed but actually they didn't realize at all. I am sorry for the quality of the video because the guy who captured the video was using a cell phone.
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Alda Ghost

Her name was Alda Risma Elfariani or Alda R bini A Farid. She was born on 23rd November 1982 & died on 12 December 2006 at the age of 24. She was a singer and indonesian actress. She was famous for her hit song "Aku Tak Biasa" and also collaberated with boyband "Code Red". She was also a model.

She was found dead in her hotel room and believed to be overdost. They claimed she was murdered.

The video above was a day after her death. They claimed that it was Alda ghost.
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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Michael Jackson Ghost

Video and pictures of Michael Jackson ghost at his Neverland Ranch.....

Is this the ghost of Michael Jackson now haunting Neverland?

Fans of the late Pop King are debating a sighting of a ghostly figure on CNN late last week as cameras were taken on a guided tour of Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch in California.

The bizarre footage shows the ghost moving across a hallway half way down the live video. The presenter reporting live and camera crew fail to see the figure.

Video and photo taken from the CNN 'Inside Neverland Larry King Live special appear to show a ghost like figure scooting across one of the rooms inside one of the main buildings on the Neverland Ranch Michael Jackson used to call home.

RIP Michael Jackson 1958-2009.
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Malay Ghosts

People always talk about GHOSTS but its us whether we want to believe it or not. Since we were born, our people or storyteller keep feeding us with all these GHOST stories until it really instills in our mind and we really believe it. But when talks about logic or scientific, these myths are not exist at all. We are the ones who keep these things bear in our mind. Let's take one example, lochness, which in my opinion doesn't exist at all. It exists only when we started to think about it or we doubt about it.
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Sunday, June 14, 2009

True Ghost

It's "Pontianak" and I don't know whether the video was fake or not. In my opinion, it's totally fake and it's just a story about the existence of this ghost.

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Have you ever heard about "Toyol"? It's actually a ghost name called by Malay people. The video was captured using CCTV and it's impossible to be fake. You can see the image of "Toyol" walking down the street and it's really scary.

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Real Ghost

For those who have heart-fainted, you are advised not to watch this video. It was totally fake but it was funny.

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Malaysian Ghost

This video was captured by "Mat Rempit" but I don't know where, anyways, if you look at the three you can see an image of a ghost near the tree. It was really creepy..

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I don't whether this is a true story or not but it's really creepy when you look at the pictures.

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Demon Possessed Woman

This is actually happened in Brunei about years ago. The footage was quite popular but not all people believe in ghosts. Anyways, the woman in that footage was possessed by some sort of demon. I don't know whether it was real or fake but in my opinion the footage is real.
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33 Jenis Hantu

He's a Malaysian artiste and he was explaining 33 types of ghosts that Malaysian people believed.
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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Stupid Ghost

This is the ridiculous video I have ever watched. Haha. Quite funny but for those heart-fainted you are advised not to watch this stupid video.
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Scary CCTV Ghost

For those who have heart-fainted, you are advised not to watch this video. Anyway, I grabbed this ghost video from the Internet and I don't know it's real or not. It's up to you guys whether you want to believe it.
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Real Pontianak

This is also happened in Brunei (Temburong). Temburong is one of Brunei districts and quite far from Brunei town. Anyway, those 2 army are exchanging army from Singapore to Brunei. By that time, they were tasked to guard one of posts in Temburong and they didn't know actually that place was really creepy and haunted. Bruneians should know that. While the guy was singing, suddenly they heard creepy voice and it's actually "Pontianak". The video is also real. : D
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Langsuir is another Malay ghost that you won't find in any European countries. This kind of ghost is quite similar to "Pontianak" but a little bit differences. You can see the ghost near the tree if you look closely. By the way, the guy who captured the video is Malaysian.
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Indonesian Pontianak

That ghost was real and it's not fake. Actually, they captured the ghost appearance from one of "ghost seekers" TV shows in indonesia. It was the most popular TV programme about a few years ago. Why I'm telling the ghost was real because before they did this show, they put some spells on their video cameras and gadgets. That's why they can easily captured ghosts. If you they didn't put some spells on their video cameras or gadgets, its hard for them to capture the ghost or not at all. That's the difference between logics and believes. If you use logics, for sure you cannot capture anything.
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Hantu Real

Hantu is a translation word for ghost in Malay. Anyway, I don't see any ghosts sighting in this video. Maybe these guys made up this video to see whether they can catch up some ghost footage after they play on the computer. Unfortunately, they failed.
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This is another fake ghost video. Haha. Really funny and it's not to make you believe it. But this is the funniest video I have ever seen.

P/S: Not all ghosts can be creepy right? Sometimes you need some humor ghosts to make you laugh.. :)
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Ghost Captured On Video

This is "Pochong" (Malay ghost; you can search on the internet about this ghost). "Pochong" is a jumping ghost and when you listen to the man ascent, he's actually an indonesian guy. He's like saying something to make the ghost go away.

P/S: You won't find this kind of ghost in European countries.
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Hua Ho Ghost

I don't know whether it's real or not. Looks a little bit fake because you can see the ghost is still or not moving. Maybe the person who made up this video made it for fun. He had no intention to make you people believe about this ghost. But if someone can prove to make me believe this ghost I think I would change my mind.

P/S: This happened in Brunei. Hua Ho is a shopping mall in Brunei.
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Brunei Ghost

This is a real ghost which happened in Brunei about a few years ago. Actually they were sitting around and had a chit chat around 2 to 3 am I think. One of them took a video for fun and for no reason when suddenly a "pontianak" (malay ghost; if you want to know about this ghost you can google it) appeared. They panicked and ran into their room without shutting the door because they were afraid. Quite funny but this is not fake or made up by some noobs. I can say this is real because I live in Brunei and I can tell you which one is fake or not.
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