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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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