Mohd Nasir was only 19 years old
when he enrolled at a rural Polytechnic in Kedah in the 1980s. It is located in
the northern portion of Malaysia and is known as the “Rice Bowl of Malaysia” as
can seen from the vast endless tracts of padi fields in this state.
As a new student, he was placed in
one of the three blocks of hostel at the polytechnic. He was placed in Block C
of the hostel blocks.
One night he was hanging out with
his buddies at a local mamak story (what
else to do, as that was before Twitter, Facebook etc.), they decided to
hang out at Nasir’s place. They were listening to a local radio show where
listeners can talk about their experiences of the supernatural. One of his
friend joked how people are easily fooled with such nonsense about the
existence of ghosts and hantu.
All of a sudden, from Nasir’s room,
they can hear the roar of heavy rain coming down and the howling windows in the
corridor. One of his friend joked that the ghost must be angry and really upset.
Then unexpectedly they heard sound of crying coming out from outside and it was
so unmistakably loud. His friends were
terrified and huddled closed together.
The heavy rain lasted for an hour
and they reluctantly decided to go back to their residents. When they opened
the front door but they were surprised their all their shoes and sandals were
missing – and to their utter amazement, they found corridor and walkway were
dry, completely dry! No sign of rain drops, absolutely dry.
Nasir stayed with his friends after
that night..and every night!
Hi, my name is Christopher Lim. This is about unnatural and spooky tales.
I hope you will enjoy and join with me in my fascination of haunted and ghostly tales. But I hope you will excuse me if my stories are not 100% grammatically correct or if there are spelling errors.
A few long years ago, I suffered a major stroke which originally took away virtually all of my speech and writing abilities. It has been a long road back to where I can now write and speak again. However I am still recovering daily and as yet, there are still errors in my writing. So please be kind and overlook my errors.
It has taken quite a while for me to recover my confidence enough to put words to paper (or blog in this case) but ghostly tales and horror stories have always fascinated me and I hope that readers to this blog will enjoy them too.
If you have time, please do leave your comments.
Your comments are most welcome...even criticisms!
~ (This was ghost written by Helena, on behalf of Christopher Lim) ~