In January of 2010, a group of local filmmakers began exploring the famously haunted Old Changi Hospital in Singapore with terrifying and tragic results. This movie pieces together the original Haunted Changi film crew's footage to tell the full story.
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SIGHTINGS of an unidentified flying object (UFO) have been reported by guests and employees at a beach resort near Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Harian Metro reported.
The tabloid even published a front-page blurb of the object, which had apparently caused much excitement and uneasiness among those staying at the Tuaran Beach Resort.
One of the guests, Jemas Dungil, 27, told the tabloid that a woman shouted when she saw a round blue flying object in the sky.
"We came out of a hall to see what the commotion was all about and I saw a round blue disc in the sky.
"It turned green a few seconds later," she said. >> READ MORE
A four-year-old Russian boy with pneumonia died in the Primorye region during an exorcism after his parents told a Korean shaman to remove "evil spirits" from his body, multiple Russian news reports said Thursday.
The child, identified as Dmitry Kazachuk, stopped breathing during the ritual in the local village of Sergeyevka on Saturday, after the parents of the child asked So Dyavor and her Korean husband Kim Sende to perform a ritual to exorcise "evil spirits."
There was no trace of violence on the boy's body and that the cause of his death has not been found, according to news reports. >> READ MORE
A Zimbabwean mother killed her baby son and sold one of his ears for $20 (£13) to a Mozambican witch doctor, police have confirmed.
Christine Hofisi, 21, from Chipinge near the Mozambique border, is accused of strangling the 18-month-old child before removing his left ear.
The body of the little boy, who was named by local papers as Edmore, was found bushes near to the woman's home by a neighbour who alerted the police.
Detectives believe that the boy's ear was sold for $20 to a healer over the border known as Maheza. >> READ MORE
This photo taken by Gemini Observatory's adaptive optics system in infrared light shows the star 1RSX J160929.1-210524 and its Jupiter-mass planet(dot at upper left).
A planet outside our solar system is orbiting another star, astronomers have finally confirmed.
The alien planet was first spotted in 2008 using Earth-based telescopes, making it the first direct photograph of a world beyond our own solar system.
But scientists could not be sure whether it was actually orbiting its star or were just temporarily aligned like that by chance. >> READ MORE
BERLIN (AP) -- Octopus oracle Paul on Tuesday hesitated but ultimately picked Germany to win -- again -- this time over Argentina in their quarterfinal matchup at the football World Cup.
Paul, who rose to global fame after correctly predicting all four of Germany's games in this year's tournament, indicated that Saturday's game will be a tough battle and that it may even end in a penalty shootout. >> READ MORE
Gamblers have been seen going to Pudu Jail to get stone fragments which they believe will help them win the lottery, Harian Metro reports.
A guard at the jail said they believed that stone fragments from the execution room (where hangings took place) could be used to get lucky numbers for the lottery and also to bet during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
He said the execution room was torn down a few months ago and only the room where those on death row were kept before being hanged in Block D was left. >> READ MORE
DESPITE his humble and polite demeanour, Kesavan A. Arumugam is a man who can strike fear in the heart of the most-hardened prisoner. The reason - he was an executioner who spent the first month of his working career on attachment in Pudu Prison.
Although he spent much of his career in the Kajang Prison, he was recalled to Pudu Prison whenever there were executions. He said he had performed about four executions in Pudu before the department started to carry out the sentence in Kajang.
He remembers Pudu Prison as it was there that he both witnessed and carried out his first execution. >> READ MORE
THE older the structure, the more likely it is to be haunted. Given the chequered history of Pudu Prison - which dates back to 1895 - you can be sure it has more than its fair share of ghostly tales.
Abu Bakar Juah says it was common to hear things at night - footsteps where no one was supposed to be, chains rattling, and even hearing someone or something taking a bath when everyone is locked in.
"We normally shout out loud that we are merely trying to make a living and tell whatever that's out there to leave us alone," he says.
Haji Aziz Haji Idris tells of an encounter while on duty at one of the guard towers when he was still a young officer. >> READ MORE
( Part of a chimney is seen dismantled Monday June 14, 2010, after the mummified corpse of a man was found Sunday, in Vantaa, outside Helsinki, Finland. Finnish police say they are investigating the mummified corpse, which was found by builders during demolition work on the smoke stack at the industrial site. Initial investigations are thought to centre on a 56-year old man who went missing in 1991, but no other details are revealed by the police. (AP Photo LEHTIKUVA / Kimmo Mäntylä )
Finnish police say they are investigating the mummified corpse of a man found in a smoke stack and believed to have died nearly 20 years ago. >> READ MORE