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Haunted House At Pin Fook Garden Miri

Published by Borneo under , , on 12:52 PM

Women hang herself because her husband cheat on her here is the story...

I've ever been to a house at Pin Fook Garden where supposedly a woman hung herself at the 2nd floor. Now I noticed the house is repainted and look all good. When I went to the house it was deserted and grass was high. No one stayed there after that incident.

We and my friends was out one night boozing around Miri city in 2 cars and were bored. One of them started a crazy idea. Visit haunted houses. First I thought it was a joke as I don't play with this kind of things. My friends was laughing and daring each other.

First place we went was at Tanjong Lobang on the hill at the abandon quarters. We didn't go deeper and check out any house as we have no torch lights. Not takut of ghost but takut anyone of us sesat.

So they suggested to go to Pin Fook and told us the story of a house haunted by a sad women ghost. This was new to me so I wanted to see too for myself. When we reached the house, it welcomes us with an eerie feeling. Then my friends was taunting me and my other friends saying we didn't dare to go in and he was bragging its nothing and he had went inside many times.

It was not that i was afraid or backing down....where I wish I had done. It was a feeling of unwelcome and uneasy. The woman was Chinese and so the ritual and traditions is different than Malay culture. Basic still applies.

In the end my friend and I decided to go in to have a look so this other bragger will shut up. Me and him walked up to the garage and decided on what to do and what not to do and when to bail out. He agreed.

We go in through the side window into the living room. Posed for few seconds and I pointed to the staircase and we walked together. On my mind was only checking this place out and chanting some protection spells. on the floors was broken wood and glasses. The place was terrible and it had a sad feeling to it. Not on how it looks. Don’t know how to explain....sayu la.

As we were on the 1st, this friend of mine suddenly do one of the don’ts. He yelled out and asks the spirit to show itself. Not just once but many times. I told him to stop but he didn't listen. Nothing happen when we checked out the rooms on the 1st floor. So we went up to the top floor and reached the balcony door to open it. it was stuck as the place was not taken care of but we both managed to open it. We went outside and wave to my other friends downstairs at the driveway. We went back in and close back the door shut. Now the place where we stand in the center room was where my friend told me the women hung herself. I tried to get out of that room as quickly as possible as i feel like being watched. We went to the back and found a small door like opening to an attic. My friend then called out again and this time something happened.

The door of the balcony that was hard to open and close had suddenly opened and bang the wall to it side and followed by a gust of strong wind that blew through the balcony door all the way to the back room. That was the sign to bail out. I grab my friend by the shoulder and run out of that back room and headed for the staircase. We jumped most of the stairs and even jumped out the window into the garage. Once on the garage I stopped and grab my friend. We didn't run straight to the cars. I went over to the window and apologize to the spirit and promise to leave the place. I told my friend not to run and do what I do. I pick up some leaves and threw it over my shoulders. Walk slowly from the house and not to look back at the house.

We got back to the cars and my bragger friend was smiling and asking us what happen. I didn’t answer and told them that we need to make a move. As we were at a safe distant then only I story what had happen. Days later I found out that friend of my got sick with fever which lasted for a week. That teaches him not to challenge spirits. Luckily he only got fever.

Contributed by Adrian


Anonymous said... @ April 28, 2009 at 2:50 PM

u ppl so brave la..dunno how to say la..

Anonymous said... @ January 23, 2012 at 4:46 PM

What lot of the house?

Kumar Sivalingham said... @ July 23, 2012 at 3:22 PM

Wow CREEPY..... U should get a Kechara Protection Chakra in your'e home to protect u from these supernatural stuff!!

terry said... @ October 25, 2012 at 9:00 PM

true story bro.. you guys should make an investigation on the ghost why she died such a violent death..


and don't forget to watch this film.. ghost adventures are good for paranormal maniac if you are one of them!

Dicky Ah Pui said... @ July 4, 2013 at 11:01 AM

dude. my house just near here.same junction

Anonymous said... @ April 18, 2014 at 11:25 AM

Explanation why they get fever because they taunted spirit that's bad thing to do.

Anonymous said... @ December 20, 2014 at 12:00 PM

My own opinion.. I actually felt sad for the women because her husband , I mean, ex-husband had cheated on her. Hey! Better punch him into a pulp or whatever rather than hanging herself. Give him a lesson for what he did. It's such a pity. Women must be strong, stronger than men.

Thian Kian Hua said... @ July 21, 2015 at 7:13 AM

Pin fook garden whr?lot?jalan whr

Wan Joey said... @ April 1, 2016 at 1:42 PM

Hi, Im Joey from Guaitan(怪谈), can you contact me if Miri And Sibu have any Haunted
House .+60183509611
thanks a lot.

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