Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Expedition to Ipoh Malaysia. Kellie's Castle

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Albert Einstein on Paranormal


Monday, November 9, 2015

Strange butterfly-shaped UFO filmed over Ohio

The object resembles the shape of a large winged insect. Image Credit: YouTube / secureteam10
Footage and images have emerged of a 'metal butterfly' that was spotted by a father and son in the US.
One of the most unique sightings to have been reported in a while, the bizarre looking object appeared in the sky as the two men - Tom and Christopher - were leaving a local restaurant.

Grabbing their phones they managed to record several seconds of footage and a series of photographs showing the butterfly-like craft moving overhead and off in to the distance.

Tyler Glockner, who has been hosting the video on his paranormal-themed YouTube channel 'SecureTeam', is adamant that the object is not something that could have been built by humans.

"The reason I am calling this an alien craft rather than just a UFO…is in the stunning detail, where we can see the true structural characteristics of this ship," he said.

"And guys you take a look and tell me with a straight face this has anything to do with humans."

Others however are not quite so convinced. UFO researcher and author Nigel Watson believes that the object in the video could have easily been created using computer graphics software.

"It looks like it was produced using a model and CGI," he said. "It is a very distinctive looking object, it reminds me of the Millennium Falcon spacecraft in the Star Wars films with a bite taken out of it."

Is it possible to weigh the human soul ?

Do we have a soul that leaves our body upon death ? Image Credit: Louis Janmot

At the beginning of the 20th century a doctor in Massachusetts attempted to weigh patients as they died.
The idea that humans possess a soul and that this spiritual essence leaves the body upon death is something that has remained a major part of spiritual beliefs and practices for thousands of years.

Back in 1907 a doctor by the name of Duncan MacDougall ran a series of unusual experiments in which he attempted to capture actual hard evidence of the human soul leaving the body.

To do this he built a special bed containing a sensitive set of scales and convinced terminally ill patients to lie on it during their final moments of life so that he could measure the loss of weight.

After taking careful measurements and by factoring out explainable changes in weight such as the release of bodily fluids he ultimately concluded that the human soul weighed 21 grams.

He followed this up with a further experiment in 1911 in which he attempted to actually photograph the soul at the moment it left the body. Unsure if it was even possible he persevered and eventually photographed "a light resembling that of the interstellar ether" around several of his patient's heads.

Unsurprisingly MacDougall's work met with a significant degree of criticism from his peers and while he did receive some support he was widely chastised with his work being branded "a farce".

Nowadays his work remains deeply buried within the annals of history, but the question of the soul and what happens to us after death remains just as mysterious now as it was over 100 years ago.

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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Bizarre 'goblin' video surfaces online

The highly dubious video footage shows a small humanoid creature running across someone's floor.
The video, which has been picked up by the media more than once over the years, was allegedly recorded in a remote part of Argentina where a mother was filming her young son.

After a few seconds a strange goblin creature appears from the doorway on the right and scurries in a hilarious fashion across the room before disappearing behind the furniture on the left.

The woman taking the footage lets out a yelp and goes to look behind the dresser but finds nothing.

The video, which is almost certainly a hoax, has been covered by dozens of news sites with some claiming that the boy had been visited by the creature on a regular basis.

Exactly who created the video and for what purpose however continues to remain a mystery.

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Here comes halloween!

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

SPI was featured in Paranormal Zone Season 3 on SyFy Asia Channel

Singapore Paranormal Investigators, SPI, was featured in Paranormal Zone Season 3 on SyFy Asia Channel, 2015.  Some highlights here.  Do watch the Paranormal Zone Season 3!

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Watch Paranormal Zone season 3 on Syfy channel. With Singapore Paranormal Investigators, SPI

Watch Paranormal Zone season 3 on Syfy channel. With Singapore Paranormal Investigators, SPI

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Australia’s mysterious ‘spider rain’

A newly emerged photo of Albury from 1974. Picture: Kevin Dixon

IT’S the strange phenomenon everyone’s talking about. The unearthly sight of hundreds of gossamer white threads floating through the air and settling on fields and houses.

If you look closely, you’ll see small, black dots nestling in these shimmering trails. This is spider rain.

The latest arachnid shower took place in Goulburn, NSW, last week, with locals spotting what looked like vapour trails drifting down to cover the area, and then melt away.

Many feared an invasion of creepy-crawlies akin to something from a horror movie.

Floating webs blanketed North Wagga, NSW, after flooding in 2012.
Floating webs blanketed North Wagga, NSW, after flooding in 2012. Source: Supplied
Keith Basterfield, from South Australia, has been researching Australian “angel hair” for years, and has been contacted by people who’ve witnessed the rare natural event following the Goulburn reports.

The earliest was from the travel diary of a man driving through Albury in 1974, one came from a woman living in Yass, NSW, and another from a cyclist in Tasmania.

“What amazes me is the vast areas of coverage,” Keith told news.com.au. “A fall in Esperance [Western Australia] 15 years ago was 40 kilometres across and went on for four or five hours.

“People are always amazed, they don’t know what it is and they’ve never heard of it. It’s always early morning or afternoon when they see these parachuting spiders.”

The rare phenomenon has fascinated witnesses. Picture: Brad Newman
The rare phenomenon has fascinated witnesses. Picture: Brad Newman Source: News Limited
The astonishing spectacle usually occurs in May or August in Australia, when sunshine follows rainfall. It is rare because it requires an unusual weather pattern for this time of year, which is when spiders are hatching.
The spiderlings are light enough to float on threads, sometimes for hundreds of kilometres at up to 20,000 feet, according to Keith. They have even been spotted by aircraft.

Their long-distance travel enables them to migrate to new areas, partly for instinctual reasons and partly for food, with an increase of mosquitoes in rural areas at these times of year.

Once they land, the spiders disappear into the ground and the threads, made of protein, disintegrate until there is no evidence that anything has happened.

“Millions use this method to migrate,” said Keith. “But there are only a couple of species in Australia so it’s fairly rare to see.”

Any temperate part of Australia and other countries can experience the bizarre sight. Videos from 2013 show the flying spiders descending on Brazil and Texas, while in Denmark, researchers analysed the protein that makes up the webs to find out more.

“I’ve done historical research going back to as early as 1914 in South Australia,” said Keith. “There were about 20 falls in that time. I’m encouraging people to make videos and take photos as this is of interest to entomologists and scientists.”

If you have any spider rain photos or footage, contact emma.reynolds@news.com.au.


Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Liverpool Three-Bed For Rent At Cut Price – Comes With Free Poltergeist

The property’s Rightmove listing reads: ‘Please note, previous tenants have experienced paranormal activity at this property’

 Listing for Liverpool home include haunted warning. 

This house has gone on the market for a cut-price £91 a week – but tenants will have to put up with the small matter of a terrifying poltergeist that’s reportedly haunting the property.

Previous tenants say the three-bedroomed house, situated in Pickwick Street in the Toxteth area of Liverpool, is plagued by ‘significant paranormal activity’.

‘There have been stories about a very unusual poltergeist on Pickwick Street that date back to the 1880s,’ said paranormal expert Tom Slemen. He said the ghost, dubbed the Pickwick Poltergeist, was first reported more than 130 years ago.

‘It's unusual in the fact that it seems to get around – most ghosts stick to haunting one property, but there a rare few who flit from house to house, and the Pickwick Street poltergeist is one of those. 

‘A landlady connected to the letting of Number 69, a Mrs Euphemia Nimlock, was lifted out of her bed by the same violent spirit and, and another neighbour Ismael Jones (Number 70) was under the impression the house was going to collapse because of the vibrations.'

Similar houses in the area are rented for as much as £40 more per week.

Social housing group Plus Dane, who own the property, have confirmed that reports of paranormal activity were first made in 2008.

On the property’s Rightmove listing, a description ominously reads: ‘Please note, previous tenants have experienced paranormal activity at this property’.

Confirming the reports, a Plus Dane spokesman said: ‘Plus Dane received reports of unusual activity at this property in 2008 and worked with the tenant involved to look at ways in which we could help.

‘We don’t get involved directly in instances such as this but we work to help, advise and support tenants if they are experiencing these issues and we take them very seriously.

‘As part of our approach of being open and honest, we wanted to make anyone interested in this property aware of these past reports’.

Anyone fancy moving in?


Thursday, July 2, 2015


Posted by Tyrese Gibson on Thursday, February 6, 2014

a virtual view of Old Changi Hospital, Singapore

Old Changi Hospital  (Click here for the virtual tour)

The old Changi Hospital was built only last century in 1935, and was initially called the Royal Air Force (RAF) Hospital. During World War II, it saw numerous war casualties, and eventually when the Japanese occupied Singapore, Changi Hospital was reportedly used as a prison compound – and rumors are that extensive torture took place.
In 1997, the old Changi Hospital ceased all operations, and has remained empty since then. In 2006, apparently it was commercially leased by Bestway Properties, who wanted to turn it into a luxury spa resort by mid-2008 – the project fell through, and only recently has construction work started picking up again.
Docu360: Old Changi Hospital

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Pyramid Seen On Mars Is Proof Of Extra-Terrestrial Life, UFO Fans Claim

Pyramid (NASA)Pyramid (NASA)
 A pyramid seen on the surface of Mars is conclusive proof that aliens live on the Red Planet, UFO fans claim.

The buiding (or rock) was seen in NASA footage from the surface, and has been seized on as evidence that there is a secret civilisation on Mars.

Many UFO fans believe that NASA has been covering up life on Mars for decades - with some even believing that Man landed safely there in 1968 and that we have been living there ever since.

The strange formation was shown off in a YouTube show ‘Paranormal Crucible’.

The presenters claim that the rock’s ‘near perfect design and shape’ mean it must be ‘the result of intelligent design and certainly not a trick of light and shadow.’

Other, more sceptical observers suggest that the formation may just be a rock - and only knee-high at most.

Previousy, conspiracy theorists have picked out coffins, guns and alien faces on Mars - and on one memorable occasion, a buxom female robot walking on the surface.

'The vast majority of these images are as vague and elusive as those posted by UFO witnesses on Earth, and many have a fairly mundane explanation,' said Nigel Watson author of the UFO investigations Manual.

'The problem is that the more Nasa denies such things or explains them, the more people think there is a conspiracy to hide the truth that aliens are visiting our planet.'


Tuesday, June 23, 2015



Most people ‘in the know’ realize that NASA is just part of the military industrial complex, but a recent open admission on mainstream news that “there are indications of alien life” is likely the beginning of a bid to get your undivided attention before full-forced disclosure ensues.
Most people already believe what NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan states:
“I think we’re going to have strong indications of life beyond Earth within a decade . . . I think we’re going to have definitive evidence within 20-30 years.”
It isn’t going to take that long if we open our eyes.

Stofan goes on to say:

“We’re on the verge of things that people have wondered about for millennia. Within all of our lifetimes we’re going to understand that there is life on other bodies in the solar system. We’re going to understand the implications of that for life here on Earth.”

What we’re going to understand is that our ‘secret’ government has been hiding this fact for ages. In an effort to transition the US and other countries through its reach to a cabal-run oligarchy, our shadow government has been lying about off-planet corporate slavery rings, alien abductions, benevolent beings who can only do so much until our collective consciousness elevates, and much, much more.

William Cooper, among others, tried to disclose the true purpose of NASA, but he was exterminated. His death, among thousands of others, will not be in vain.
Here’s the full disclosure by William Cooper:

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Mysterious hands appear in Mount Kinabalu photo

The group of PKBS members (from left) Mustapha Abd Talip, Rashid Mohd Tahir, Ambotola Pelu, mountain guide Ridzuan, Samasuddin Yusop and Misbahuddin Rida.
The group of PKBS members (from left) Mustapha Abd Talip, Rashid Mohd Tahir, Ambotola Pelu, mountain guide Ridzuan, Samasuddin Yusop and Misbahuddin Rida.

PETALING JAYA: A pair of dark disembodied hands, similar to that of "The Thing" from the Addams Family, made a spooky appearance in two photos taken at Mount Kinabalu shortly after the 5.9 magnitude earthquake which hit Sabah.

Persatuan Komuniti Bugis Sabah (PKBS) vice-president Samasuddin Yusop, who is part of a group of donors pictured with the mysterious limbs, said neither images, taken at the base of Mount Kinabalu, were altered.

"Many people asked us about the photographs but even we have difficulty determining if was a makhluk (mysterious creature) or a problem with the cameras," the former Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) corporate communications head told The Star Online when contacted.

The images, which have since gone viral, were taken using separate gadgets - a mobile phone and a Nikon camera.

Both photos captured the image of the additional limbs.
A close-up of the two images showing the mysterious hand. The picture on the left is taken with a smartphone camera and the one on the right with a Nikon camera.
While the mobile phone camera caught a pair of extra hands, the photo captured by the Nikon camera only had just one additional hand. In both photos, the positions of the hands changed slightly.

The PKBS group had, on Tuesday visited the mountain to present their donations to the Mount Kinabalu earthquake fund, mountain guides and police officers from the Ranau police station who were affected by the quake.

They later posed for photographs with mountain guide Mhd Rizuan Kauhinin who became a national hero after an image of him carrying an injured boy down the mountain went viral. On June 5, a magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck the mountain and 18 people lost their lives.

According to Samasuddin, the image taken from the mobile phone was even more eerie than the one on the camera as there are two hands resting very close to his back.

"A day after the photos were taken, a member of our group was checking the images and we were all surprised (by the hands)," he said.

However, Samasuddin is not worried about his eldritch encounter as the group visited the mountain with good intentions.

"We came to give contributions, so tak rasa apa (we do not feel anything). Even until today, I do not feel anything but it is my other friends who are creeped out instead," he said cheerfully.

He felt there is perhaps a lesson to be learnt from the strange encounter.

"The image could be a reminder to keep in mind the victims who had lost their lives to the earthquake."
Samasuddin said that many religious ceremonies for the departed had yet to be carried out as the people were preoccupied with Search and Rescue (SAR) missions.

"We should recite Al-Fatihah for the Muslim victims, and for the non-Muslims, pray that they may rest in peace," he said.

Misbahuddin Rida, the man whom the mysterious hands had chosen to lean against, was more amused than afraid from his first-hand encounter.

"At first, I wondered about it but after a while, it is ok... things are normal. We posted the photo on our WhatsApp group and a friend responded saying that he was uncomfortable with the image as there was something not right about it. Only then did we realise it," said the jovial man.

"I initially thought it could be my (right) hand, but it is strange. After looking at the position of the hands, I tried straightening my arms to emulate it but it (the position) is very difficult to do," he said.

Although he cannot remember exactly his right hand's actual position, Misbahuddin said what appeared on the photo did not look like a part of his body.

"The hand is dark, and its nails look dead. I am dark as well, but my right hand is the same colour as my left. The one in the photo is darker," he said.

Misbahuddin was wearing long-sleeves and his left hand had the sleeve buttoned at the wrist. But the mysterious right arm appeared to be bare.


Thursday, June 11, 2015

“Aliens Are Real” Former Lockheed Martin Employee Confirms Before Dying

I think death can make a person feel that they cannot hold on to a secret of great importance before they pass away.  You hear many a time of certain people around the world declaring important unknown ‘Truths’ before they die….Boyd Bushman did exactly this also, and what he confirmed needs to be heard by the world.


There are Aliens, some as old as 200 years, which are very real and have visited Earth, a former Lockheed Martin senior scientist has claimed. In his final moments, he provided “photo evidence” while sharing his personal experiences of UFOs and extra-terrestrials.

The controversial 33-minute video (please see below) was made shortly before Boyd Bushman died on August 7, 2014. However, the footage has only not so long ago emerged and is starting to garner widespread attention.

“I do have a top secret clearance,” he affirms at the beginning of the video. He goes on to state that incidents such as Roswell in 1947 – when a military Air Force surveillance balloon crashed – happened at the hands of aliens.

Bushman shared details about aliens, UFOs, and anti-gravity technology – which he says is being developed by US, Russian, and Chinese scientists at Area 51 (the US military facility).

In the video, Bushman is seen holding up second-hand “photo evidence” of aliens while describing them to viewers. Please see Video below:

“Aliens Are Real” Former Lockheed Martin Employee Confirms Before Dying

 “Aliens Are Real” Former Lockheed Martin Employee Confirms Before Dying


I think death can make a person feel that they cannot hold on to a secret of great importance before they pass away.  You hear many a time of certain people around the world declaring important unknown ‘Truths’ before they die….Boyd Bushman did exactly this also, and what he confirmed needs to be heard by the world.

There are Aliens, some as old as 200 years, which are very real and have visited Earth, a former Lockheed Martin senior scientist has claimed. In his final moments, he provided “photo evidence” while sharing his personal experiences of UFOs and extra-terrestrials.

The controversial 33-minute video (please see below) was made shortly before Boyd Bushman died on August 7, 2014. However, the footage has only not so long ago emerged and is starting to garner widespread attention.

“I do have a top secret clearance,” he affirms at the beginning of the video. He goes on to state that incidents such as Roswell in 1947 – when a military Air Force surveillance balloon crashed – happened at the hands of aliens.

Bushman shared details about aliens, UFOs, and anti-gravity technology – which he says is being developed by US, Russian, and Chinese scientists at Area 51 (the US military facility).

In the video, Bushman is seen holding up second-hand “photo evidence” of aliens while describing them to viewers. Please see Video below:

“They were approximately four and a half to five feet tall,” the former top aerospace scientist said. “They have three back bones. They’re actually cartilage,” he added, stating that they had fewer ribs than human beings. These aliens have fingers and toes like human beings.
Boyd then went on to state that their eyes and noses are different from humans, and that they are telepathic mind readers.
“They’re able to use their own voice by telepathy to talk to you,” he said. “You walk in the room with one of them, and all of a sudden you find yourself giving the answer to your question in your own voice.”
According to what Bushman had originally stated, there are two different groups of aliens. “It’s like a cattle ranch,” he stated, adding that some can be up to 230 years old. “One group is wranglers, and the others are rustlers – the stealers of cattle.”

“Wranglers” are “much more friendly and have a better relationship with us.”

Bushman seemed to have known the details of where and how those aliens live.

Boyd claimed the creatures are inhabitants of a planet called Quintumnia. It is located 68 light-years away from Earth, yet it takes them only 45 minutes to travel to our planet. At home, they commute through telepathy, Bushman insisted.

The deceased scientist went on to say that he actually saw their homes because he gave the aliens a camera to take pictures with. It is, however, hard to say what those pictures contain because the images turned out too blurry.

In another revelation, Bushman said there is a special flight path from space to Area 51, a mysterious base in central Nevada where it is believed that aliens and their spacecraft’s were stored.

He added that there are Americans working on UFOs from outer space 24 hours a day, reported the Metro.
“With respect to the alien craft, we have American citizens who are working on UFOs 24 hours a day,” he stated.

Boyd with some of his photographs of UFO's and Aliens
Boyd with some of his photographs of UFO’s and Aliens


I guess firstly its important to acknowledge the fact that this man had NOTHING to lose from agreeing to do this video and tell the truth. Boyd appears to sound extremely sincere in his video and extremely believable!

Yes there have been some doubts about the Alien photo that he presented as evidence, as some people have mentioned that it was child’s toy, but when you actually listen carefully you suddenly gain respect for this man as you can tell from the tone of his voice that he is keen to tell the world the TRUTH!!!

So many brave men and women in the know are now beginning to let the truth come out.  No matter what Boyd has clearly had  point to make before leaving this planet!


Monday, June 8, 2015

Is The ‘Poltergeist’ Curse Real? Here’s The True Story Behind The Classic 1982 Horror Movie

The poster for the new 2015 "Poltergeist" remake channels many of the elements seen in the original. Hopefully, it leaves behind the rumors of a curse on the popular movie series.


As if scary movies weren’t already terrifying enough to watch in a darkened movie theater with strangers, what if you found out it was real? For fans of the classic 1982 film “Poltergeist,” the premise is all too familiar after rumors about the haunted set and the series' curse spread in the wake of the films’ popularity.

The story of the top 1982 horror film begins on director Tobe Hooper’s (“Texas Chainsaw Massacre”) set. Collaborating with Steven Spielberg as he was working on “E.T.,” the pair set out to create the Freeling family’s harrowing run-in with spirits after strange happenings lead them to discover their house was built on a cemetery.

In a bit of inspired thriftiness, the crew opted to use real skeletons in a now iconic scene over fakes ones because they were cheaper. Star JoBeth Williams, who played the mother Diane, wasn’t told until after the shoot that her co-star skeletons were real. “Poltergeist” dealt with the desecration of the spirits’ resting place, so once the whispers about real skeletons were used for filming began circulating, a “Poltergeist” curse was born.

It took the tragic deaths of four of its prominent cast members for the “Poltergeist” curse to really take off. Shortly after the release of the first film in 1982, the actress who played older sister Dana (Dominique Dunne) was murdered by her abusive ex-boyfriend, chef John Sweeney. “Poltergeist” was her only on-screen role. Likewise, the young actress who played Dana’s little fair-haired sister Carol Anne (Heather O’Rourke) died unexpectedly from complications of septic shock shortly before the release of the third film.

Two older cast members passed way around the release of “Poltergeist II: The Other Side.” The man behind the evil spirit Kane (Julian Beck, 60) died seven months before the film’s release from stomach cancer. The actor who portrayed the good spirit Taylor (Will Sampson, 53) died a year after the film’s 1986 release due to complications following his heart-lung transplant. “Poltergeist II” director Brian Gibson also met an early death at 59 from Ewing’s sarcoma, although it was several decades after the film was released.

So far, no other deaths have been connected to the curse.

Charlie Charlie Challenge haunts the Internet

Charlie Charlie Challenge explained: it's just gravity — not a Mexican demon being summoned

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What’s the Charlie Charlie Challenge and where did it come from?

The Charlie Charlie Challenge — or variants of it, known as the pencil game or Charlie pencil — has been around for some time. It’s claimed that the game is an old Mexican tradition, but there’s no trace of that on the internet, but it seems to have been around for years before it took off this week.

To play the game, grab a sheet of paper and draw two lines on it to make a cross. Put a “yes” in the top right and bottom left hand corner, and a “no” in the remaining two.

Then put a pencil right on the line going across. Balance another pencil on top of that, along the line going downwards.
To properly summon the demon, according to the game, you then have to ask “Charlie, Charlie, can we play?”
The pencils should then start moving. If they go to yes, the demon is ready and willing to answer your questions — put the pencil back, and use the same technique to get answers. If it’s a no, then you’ll have to come back later, or try again.

What’s actually moving the pencils?

Gravity, and the awkward positioning of some pencils. They just wouldn't sit still even if you wanted them to.
It’s perhaps scarier than a Ouija board because it doesn’t have the same explanations. With those boards, players have to keep hold of a glass while it moves around the table — so it’s not difficult to imagine that people might be pushing it around without knowing it.
With the Charlie Charlie game, however, nobody is actually touching the pencils. But they are still likely being pushed — the pencils have to be so finely balanced on top of each other that even the slightest movement from a breath or slightly tilted surface will push it around.

The arrangement of pencils that the game requires means that they’ll always move, because it’s just not a natural position for them to be in.

That’s why the game works reliably, to make the demon at least say no — unlike the Ouija board, it doesn’t require people to work, and so the pencils will always move if they’re aligned correctly. But if the friction of the pencils is too much, they just won't move.

If you’d like to debunk the game for yourself, try doing the same thing without the paper and without the incantation. Pencils placed on top of and across each other always move around, whether or not a demon is summoned to push them.

Why does scary stuff happen afterwards?

Afterwards, some have reported strange goings on. Those seem especially scary if people don’t chant the important words “Charlie, Charlie, can we stop?” and say goodbye when the demon says yes.

It’s possible that strange things are happening. But it’s equally likely that after playing the game the brain gets itself into a state that makes it extra suggestible and fearful.

That’s the same thing that makes people more likely to hear strange noises when they’re on their own or in the dark. In both of those situations, people are genuinely more in danger — so the brain think itself into a special fight or flight state that makes it extra-vigilant to noises, so that those dangers can be avoided.

Who is Charlie?

As with most urban legends, the actual fact of who Charlie is seems to vary depending on who’s telling it. Some claim it is a child that took his own life, others a demonic Mexican man with black and red eyes.
The only way to really find out who he is for sure is to play the game and ask him.

Survey Results: Tales of the night (shift). Singapore workers share ghostly encounters at work


By Jonathan Tay

Shifting shadows and eerie brushes of cold winds. Could they be tricks of the mind or something more daunting? The latest online study conducted by JobsCentral, from May to June 2013, asked over 3,500 Singapore workers if they have ever experienced supernatural incidents at work.

Nearly one out of five (16.5 per cent) workers reported having personally experienced or hearing of supernatural occurrences at their workplaces.

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Among the encounters described by workers, thirteen stood out as the most hair-raising otherworldly experiences and were highlighted below (Warning: Some of these stories are not for the faint-hearted):
1. “Spirits haunt the office after 8pm. Child spirits were sighted playing along the stairways.”
2. “On some nights at about midnight, a colleague’s computer would log on even though she was not in the office. Upon further probing, it was discovered that the ID used to log on to the computer was that of a deceased colleague.”

3. “Some colleagues saw a ‘girl’ sitting on top of the fume hood in the hot room. The room was said to have been demolished before due to a fire incident.”

4. “CCTV captured images of a deceased worker talking to a customer.”

5. “During closing time, lingering child spirits were witnessed, peeking out of corners in the deserted aisles of the store. Unexplainable drop in temperature can sometimes be felt at some corners of the store.”

6. “My previous manager was the last to leave the office one night and had checked that everything was in order before locking the doors. She was the first to arrive at work the next day and when she turned on the lights, she was shocked to find the mouse on every workstation flipped over.”

7. “Received phone calls from the office at night with no response on the other end of the line. Lights would be turned on and security alarms triggered after work hours even though no one was in the office.”

8. “While working alone in the early mornings, many have seen reflections besides their own on the glossy walls of the pantry.”

9. “A colleague working in the kitchen was approached by a customer, requesting a particular drink for his wife. The drink was prepared and brought to the customer’s wife, who was shocked since it was her favorite drink. The lady customer then explained that her husband had passed away a few days ago.”

10. “Got into an empty lift after working late one night. Just as the lift doors were closing, I caught a glimpse of the window outside the lift. There in the reflection, was a shadowy figure in the lift with me. ”
11. “Documents kept falling off a cabinet located at the back of the office. CCTV captured images of a black figure.”

12. “We have to say aloud that “we are going home” before locking the office doors at the end of the day. There were a couple of times that the doors could not be lock when we didn’t do so.”

13. “A female colleague working the night shift heard someone crying in one of the toilet stalls. Out of concern, she checked every cubicle and was horrified to discover that the toilet was empty. Her immediate reaction was to dash out of the toilet and as she was doing so, a loud laughter of a woman echoed from the toilet.”

If it's something weird and it don't look good

More than half (58.7 per cent) of the supernatural occurrences shared by workers involved witnessing unexplained events. These sightings include:
• Seeing ghostly figures/ shadows – 65.1 per cent
• Office equipment which start operating on their own – 12.3 per cent
• Unexplained shifting of office items – 8.5 per cent
• Doors that open and shut on their own – 5.2 per cent
• Possessed co-workers – 3.3 per cent
• Supernatural sightings through security cameras – 2.8 per cent
• Office equipment failing during particular time/ period – 1.9 per cent
• Seeing a co-worker's doppelganger – 0.9 per cent
Apart from witnessing supernatural incidents at work, other supernatural experiences include:
• Hearing unexplained noises (such as knocks, screams, cries or singing) – 34.3 per cent
• Sensing uneasy presence – 4.7 per cent
• Hurt or touched by unseen force – 2.2 per cent

Don’t get caught alone
Ghostly encounters described by workers often took place in:
• Washrooms – 32.5 per cent
• Meeting rooms – 15.1 per cent
• Corner of the office – 7.9 per cent
• Storerooms – 7.9 per cent
• A particular workstation – 7.1 per cent
• Corridors – 7.1 per cent
• Stairways – 7.1 per cent
I hear it likes the girls
A larger proportion of female workers (18.8 per cent) have cited supernatural experiences at work, as compared to their male counterparts (14.5 per cent).

Perils of grave-shifters

Professions working the grave-yard shifts are more likely to be spooked. Supernatural occurrences were found to be more common among workers holding positions of:
1. Writing / Editorial – 27.9 per cent
2. Healthcare providers – 27.6 per cent
3. Military / Uniformed group– 27.5 per cent
4. Event Management – 23.8 per cent
5. Production– 23.1 per cent
Across work industries, more workers in the Construction industry (16.7 per cent) have reported supernatural encounters, followed by those from Services (16.5 per cent) and Manufacturing (16 per cent). Within the Services industry, the top 5 trades with higher instances of ghostly encounters are from the:
1. Health & Social Services – 25.6 per cent
2. Public Administration & Education – 20.6 per cent
3. Arts, Entertainment & Recreation – 20.4 per cent
4. Transportation & Storage – 20.1 per cent
5. Professional, Scientific & Technical Services – 17.3 per cent

I ain’t afraid of no ghost
Supernatural aside, palpable workplace challenges can be more terrifying to workers. More than four-fifths of the workers surveyed (82.8 per cent) say that they have at least one REAL fear at work. Workers cited the following as their greatest workplace phobias:
• Not meeting performance goals/ targets – 51.1 per cent
• Offending the boss – 46.3 per cent
• Missing deadlines – 41.8 per cent
• Offending colleagues – 31.5 per cent
• Having to make crucial decisions – 22.9 per cent
• Public speaking/ presentation – 21.8 per cent
• Dealing with customers/ vendors – 15.8 per cent
• Leading a project/ team – 11 per cent
• Working with numbers – 10.4 per cent

Survey Methodology

The online study was conducted among 3,568 Singapore workers, aged 16 and over, from 22nd May to 23rd June 2013.
The respondents consist of employed individuals from all levels of occupation, work industries and sectors of work.
Using a confidence level of 95% and sample size of 3,568, the results of this survey have a sampling error of +/- 1.64 per cent. This means that for every 100 times the exact survey is conducted, the results obtained are conformable to a margin of error of +/- 1.64 per cent, 95 per cent of the time.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Strange sounds all over the world. (compilation)

Strange sounds in sky explained by scientists

Mr. Khalilov, what is the nature of the unusual very low-pitched sounds reported by a great number of people in different parts of the planet since the summer of 2011? Many call them "The Sound of the Apocalypse". Information about that comes from all over the world: US, UK, Costa Rica, Russia, Czech Republic, Australia, etc. (See documentation below)
We have analyzed records of these sounds and found that most of their spectrum lies within the infrasound range, i.e. is not audible to humans. What people hear is only a small fraction of the actual power of these sounds. They are low-frequency acoustic emissions in the range between 20 and 100 Hz modulated by ultra-low infrasonic waves from 0.1 to 15 Hz. In geophysics, they are called acoustic-gravity waves; they are formed in the upper atmosphere, at the atmosphere-ionosphere boundary in particular. There can be quite a lot of causes why those waves are generated: earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, storms, tsunamis, etc. However, the scale of the observed humming sound in terms of both the area covered and its power far exceeds those that can be generated by the above-mentioned phenomena.
In that case, what could be causing this humming in the sky?
In our opinion, the source of such powerful and immense manifestation of acoustic-gravity waves must be very large-scale energy processes. These processes include powerful solar flares and huge energy flows generated by them, rushing towards Earth's surface and destabilizing the magnetosphere, ionosphere and upper atmosphere. Thus, the effects of powerful solar flares: the impact of shock waves in the solar wind, streams of corpuscles and bursts of electromagnetic radiation are the main causes of generation of acoustic-gravitation waves following increased solar activity.
Given the surge in solar activity as manifested itself in the higher number and energy of solar flares since mid-2011, we can assume that there is a high probability of impact of the substantial increase in solar activity on the generation of the unusual humming coming from the sky.
It should be pointed out that solar activity began to rise sharply since early 2011, with its amplitude significantly higher than all forecasts given by a number of influential scientific institutions in 2010 and 2011. Meanwhile, the observed increase in solar activity is fully consistent with the forecast of the International Committee GEOCHANGE published in the Committee's Report in June 2010. If this growth rate of solar activity continues, its amplitude by the end of 2012 will be higher than the amplitude of 23rd solar cycle, and in 2013-2014 the solar activity will reach its peak the amplitude of which was predicted by us to be 1.5 - 1.7 times higher than the amplitude of the 23rd cycle.
But you said that the cause of the "sky hum" can lie within Earth's core as well, what does it mean?
There is one more possible cause of these sounds and it may lie at the Earth's core. The fact is that the acceleration of the drift of the Earth's north magnetic pole which increased more than fivefold between 1998 and 2003 and is at the same level today points to intensification of energy processes in the Earth's core, since it is processes in the inner and outer core that form the Earth's geomagnetic field. Meanwhile, as we have already reported, on November 15, 2011 all ATROPATENA geophysical stations which record three-dimensional variations of the Earth's gravitational field almost simultaneously registered a powerful gravitational impulse. The stations are deployed in Istanbul, Kiev, Baku, Islamabad and Yogyakarta, with the first and last one being separated by a distance of about 10,000 km. Such a phenomenon is only possible if the source of this emanation is at the Earth's core level. That huge energy release from the Earth's core at the end of the last year was some kind of a start signal indicating the transition of the Earth's internal energy into a new active phase.
Intensification of the energy processes in the Earth's core can modulate the geomagnetic field which, through a chain of physical processes at the ionosphere - atmosphere boundary level, generates acoustic-gravity waves the audible range of which has been heard by people in the form of a frightening low-frequency sound in different parts of our planet.
In both cases, even though the causes of acoustic-gravity waves are of a quite understandable geophysical nature, they are indicative of the expected significant increase in solar activity and the geodynamic activity of our planet. There is no doubt that processes in the core rule the internal energy of our planet, therefore, we should expect by the end of 2012 a sharp rise in strong earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and extreme weather events with peak levels in 2013 - 2014


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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Pabna school closed over ‘toilet ghost’ panic


Several pupils have fallen ill after entering a bathroom attributed with the death of a schoolgirl.

The unusual series of events, which took place in the Pabna District of Bangladesh, began on Wednesday when 11-year-old Rumi Khatun became seriously ill and later died in hospital after using a bathroom at the Bordanagar Govt. Primary School.

Soon afterwards several other pupils at the school also started to feel ill after using the toilets, prompting the belief that a ghost had taken up residence there. Before long concerns over the matter had grown to the point where the school had to be closed down.

Locals later attempted to solve the problem by using a special ritual to try and cleanse the building.

"People use to believe that there is a ghost in the school as there was a long palm tree rumored to have a ghost many years ago," said Ataur Rahman Tota, chairman of the Saikola Union Parishad.

"After the schoolgirl died, locals believe that it was the same ghost now taking shelter in the toilet. That is why we have taken a step to remove the ghost from the school."

It isn't clear whether his efforts have succeeded in preventing any further incidents.


Why spooky spiders rained from the sky in Australia

A house is surrounded by spiderwebs next to flood waters in Wagga Wagga on March 6, 2012. Residents of nearby Goulburn saw a similar phenomenon this month, after millions of spiders reportedly descended on the Australian town. (Daniel Munoz/Reuters)

Residents of Goulburn, Australia, awoke this month to find their town shrouded in eerie, silken webs, while millions of tiny spiders rained down from above, local news reported.

“The whole place was covered in these little black spiderlings and when I looked up at the sun it was like this tunnel of webs going up for a couple of hundred meters into the sky,” resident Ian Watson told the Sydney Morning Herald. His house looked like it had been “abandoned and taken over by spiders,” he added.
Mystified by the phenomenon — and frustrated by the tiny arachnids getting caught in his beard — Watson did what anyone in his situation would do: He turned to the Internet.

“Anyone else experiencing … millions of spiders falling from the sky right now?” he wrote on Goulburn’s community Facebook page, according to the Morning Herald. “I’m 10 minutes out of town and you can clearly see hundreds of little spiders floating along with their webs and my home is covered in them. Someone call a scientist!”

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Millions Of Baby Spiders Rain Down From The Sky In Australia

It’s not clear if anyone did pick up their phone, but if they had, scientists could have assured the people of Goulburn that their predicament is not without precedent. Similar incidents have been documented recently in Texas and Brazil and nearby Wagga Wagga, another Australian town.

“Spider rain” happens when large groups of arachnids migrate all at once, using a technique called “ballooning.” According to a 2001 study in the Journal of Arachnology, the spiders will spin out dozens of silk strands at once so that they fan out and form a triangular parachute, allowing the clever critters to catch a breeze toward new ground.

Rick Vetter, an entomologist at the University of California at Riverside, told Live Science that many spiders use ballooning — usually just not all at once.

“This is going on all around us all the time. We just don’t notice it,” he said.


A spider is seen on a fence covered with spiderwebs near flood waters in Wagga Wagga, about 236 miles southwest of Sydney, on March 7, 2012. (Daniel Munoz/Reuters)

It’s a useful skill to have if you’re a tiny arachnid — far faster than walking on your own eight legs. According to Martyn Robinson, a naturalist at the Australian Museum, spiders can travel for miles this way.
“[Ballooning] is why every continent has spiders. Even in Antarctica they regularly turn up but just die,” he told the Sydney Morning Herald. “That’s also why the first land animals to arrive on new islands formed by volcanic activity are usually spiders.”

When the aerial arachnids land, their silk balloons wind up draped over the landscape. This effect, sometimes called “angel hair,” also happens after heavy rains or floods, Robinson said. Spiders that live in the ground will throw silk “snag lines” into the air and use them to haul themselves up out of the waterlogged earth. When huge numbers of spiders escape drowning this way, their criss-crossing “silk roads” weave a shroud over trees, grass and sometimes buildings.

The effect rarely lasts long, but it gives ordinary buildings and fields a distinctly haunted look. Which means that lots of people are ready to forgo the scientific explanation for an otherworldly one. People who believe in UFOs often cite “angel hair” incidents as evidence.

 A wild plant is covered in spiderwebs, formed as spiders escape from flood waters, in Wagga Wagga on March 7, 2012. (Daniel Munoz/Reuters)

Last fall, Roberto Pinotti, the president of Italy’s National UFO Center, spoke to the BBC about his own angel hair sighting, a 1954 incident in Florence.

“I remember, in broad daylight, seeing the roofs of the houses in Florence covered in this white substance for one hour and, like snow, it just evaporated,” he said. The substance appeared at the same time that spectators at a local soccer game spotted several strange objects in the sky above the stadium, and Pinotti is not convinced that spiders were to blame.

“Of course I know about the migrating spiders hypothesis — it’s pure nonsense. It’s an old story and also a stupid story,” Pinotti told the BBC.

But astronomer James McGaha, who works at the Center for Inquiry’s Grassland Observatory and works to debunk paranormal theories, said much the same thing about Pinotti’s beliefs.

“It’s an absolutely silly idea. Science totally rejects this idea,” he said of the UFO explanation.
“This was actually caused by young spiders spinning webs, very, very thin webs,” he told the BBC. “As some of this stuff breaks off and falls to the ground, this all seems magical of course. … But I’m fairly confident that’s what happened that day.”

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Sunday, May 10, 2015

TV stars left terrified after a ghost wreaks havoc with the set of a new poltergeist drama

STARS of a poltergeist drama have been left terrified by a ghost on set.

The Enfield Haunting looks at the real-life story of the Hodgson family who were targeted by an evil force which possessed their 11-year-old daughter Janet.

Recordings from the time show the girl speaking in a harsh male voice and levitating off the bed.
Executive producer Jamie Campbell revealed: "Every time our photographer came on set his camera broke. It annoyed him, but terrified the rest of us."

Oscar-nominated actor Timothy Spall plays paranormal investigator Maurice Grosse in the Sky Living drama, had to listen to the original tapes of the malevolent spirit talking through 11-year-old Janet, and the experience left him shaken.

He admitted to the Star: "It frightened me to death."

Adapted from Guy Lyon Playfair's book This House is Haunted, the drama draws on documentation, recordings and witness statements from the incident.

To this day the alleged haunting remains one of the most notorious and widely-discussed in British history.
The plot revolves around Maurice Grosse, played by Timothy Spall , who investigates the strange happenings at a family home.

His sceptical co-investigator Guy Lyon Playfair is played by Matthew Macfadyen.

Meanwhile Juliet Stevenson plays Gosse's wife who is struggling to come to terms with what is happening.
The haunted Hodgson family is made up of Eleanor Worthington-Cox who plays the youngest daughter and Rosie Cavaliero as her mum.

Kristoffer Nyholm, the man behind The Killing, is the director.

 A trailer for the series, which airs on the Sky Living channel in the UK, can be viewed below.

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