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True Sarawak Ghost Stories

Ghost Story from the Land of the Head Hunters

Driving Experience at Lutong Fish Market

Published by Borneo under , on 9:16 AM

If I had not experienced it for the first time myself few years back, I probably still don’t believed in supernatural...

2 years ago, when I first got my P license....I go 'lim teh' with my friends and we chat about ghost stories. I never seen one before, so I was very stubborn back then...After I got home, I still think all those ghost stories are fake and crap. My friend told me earlier that there is a lady ghost near to the Lutong fish market, with only her upper half of the body....

I was very brave back then because I just got my car driving license, so I went for driving practice in the middle of the night. And of all place, I decided to go to Lutong to have a look, to see if the story is true or not...The first time, I passed by the fish market, nothing was there....I think in to myself, "this world where got ghost, only stupid will believed in that crap....". After I finished one round I turned back and passed by the fish market again.

Suddenly there was a bump… When I stepped on the break....I looked back to check if there is any car around....Then I saw a lady with long hair in white, sitting in the back of my car! I was so shock I stepped on the accelerate paddle very hard and drove as fast I could to reach home. In a Perodua kancil 660, i drove uabout 100+ km/h to reach home and dare not to look back. Till now, I can still remember the lady in white.... And from that time on, I really believed the existence of ghost...and never dared to drive by Lutong at night. It’s too scary....

Contributed by Athrun

1 comments:

Anonymous said... @ March 18, 2015 at 3:13 PM

hey Lutong-Fish-Market-Freak..now i know u are scared of woman/lady in WHITE

Bunker head...look what u have done...u have dirty her white dress!!!!!

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