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Thursday, January 27, 2011
2 bomoh capture 9 djinns
One of the bomoh treating Siti Balqis Mohd Nor in her house as her mother looks on.
JERTIH: It looked like a scene from the 1982 horror movie Poltergeist when two bomoh allegedly captured nine djinns at the home of a woman yesterday.
The girl became the talk of her village when she allegedly vanished on several occasions, only to be found in odd places like inside a cement mixer and a cemetery.
The parents of Siti Balqis Mohd Nor, 22, were relieved with the success of the two bomoh and hoped their life would return to normal as the djinns were said to be behind the woman's mysterious disappearances.
Hundreds of residents flocked to the home of Siti Balqis when they heard that the "culprits" had been captured and imprisoned in special containers.
Curious onlookers jostled to take photos and video footage of the containers and the djinns said to be inside.
The two bomoh, who refused to be identified, offered their services for free on Friday after reading about Siti Balqis' plight in newspapers.
At 7.30pm, one of them started praying inside the family home while the other recited verses outside the front door.
About 15 minutes later, the bomoh outside the house saw a figure dashing away.
He gave chase and captured it. Subsequently, eight more djinns were captured one by one as they tried to flee.
The bomoh said the sealed containers would be thrown into the sea so that the djinns would not bother anyone again.
Siti Balqis' mother, Norizan Said, 47, said 17 bomoh had offered their services since her daughter's story appeared in the newspapers recently.
She said the family had forked out thousands of ringgit to pay for the services of about 100 bomoh since Siti Balqis started vanishing at odd hours two months ago.
"However, after my daughter's plight was highlighted in the media, many bomoh came to offer their services for free.
"The whole family is relieved by the latest development," she said.
Siti Balqis said she stopped vanishing two days ago and just wanted to carry on with life now that the "culprits" responsible for spiriting her away had been captured.
"I cannot say how grateful I am for all the help that has been given to us.
"I am relieved to be able to live without the fear of suddenly finding myself alone in strange places," she said.
Onlookers taking pictures of the containers where the nine djinns are believed to have been trapped.