Thursday, July 26, 2012

Old Village Ghostly Encounter


Old Village Ghostly Encounter
Nizar lives in a rural area in Pahang in an old village (‘kampong ‘ in local Malay language…translation).  He and his family went for their cousin’s birthday. He got back from the birthday celebration and he had a shower followed by dinner. Nizar went out to spend with his friends (‘buddies’) at their normal coffee stall.
Old Village in rural Pahang
At 16 years old he has his own motorbike and 7 of their friends gathered at their usual coffee stall to chit chat. Suddenly one of his friend moaned that their lives are so boring…Aarrrk..so boring. They talked about their tedious lives with school work and they talked about birthdays… They talked about lives away from the village and what they planned to do in big towns and even the cities…blah! blah! It was already 4 am and they reluctantly agreed to go back to their homes.
His friends left in their motorbikes and Nizar rode his own motorbike together with his best friend. They were riding in the main ‘kampong’  unpaved road which was deserted at that hour. Even with the light from the lamp posts, it was gloomy and dark. Suddenly, from the corner of his eyes, he barely noticed the old man and kid at the old bus stand. Waa! It cannot be, Nizar thought, not at this time! He stopped his motorbike and looked back at the dark and gloomy bus stand. He was just about to yell to the old man and the kid when he realized that something was wrong.
The man and the kid were sitting at the old bus stand in the dark but their remaining parts of their bodies were missing!!! He was temporarily speechless he quickly gestured to his friend as he desperately pointed towards to the direction of the old man and the kid. His friend looked at Nizar, with a boring and angry glare, before he took a look at the bus stand. Alamak!...hantu…(ghost) he screamed in fright and shock, when he saw the bodiless entities.
They both took off in their motorbikes yelling and screaming all the way to their homes!
I heard both Nizar and his friend are nowadays dutifully attending religious lessons.

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