Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Tourist Guide in Gua Musang, Kelantan

Tourist Guide in Gua Musang, Kelantan

A tourist guide in Gua Musang meet up with up with up with a spooky vision and soon after is possessed by an angry spirit.

Rozita who is in her late twenties work in a travel agency. Rozita can speak in multiple language, in Malay, English and in Cantonese and Mandarin (Chinese dialects). They have local tourists and Chinese from the mainland China who is planning for a trip to Gua Musang in Kelantan. Rozita who is a travel guide selected by her agency because she well versed and familiar in the different languages.

A Road Sign to Gua Musang in Kelantan

Gua Musang is a quiet town and the largest district in Kelantan, Malaysia. The town is surrounded by limestone hills and rock-climbing is a popular pastime and the renowned Guanyin Temple. It is however a land lost in time and steep in superstitious ghostly beliefs and many blood-chilling tales are told and whispered by word of mouth. 

Limestone hills at Gua Musang

That particular day, Rozita and their clients (mostly ‘aunties’) were in their coach, when their clients insisted that they be left down in the roadside stalls selling all kinds of local fruits. The coach stopped at the narrow road and they got down and were excited snapping photos and buying fruits. While this was going on, Rozita waited on a tree beside the road. 

Rozita fell a sudden cold icy breeze blowing on her body and she quickly look around her. It was evening time and the sun has set but there was no wind about her. Then she saw a hazy translucent object nearby the bush and it flashed and sped away. Ah Chew, the driver, asked her whether she was alright and she mumbled that she fine. Rozita just brush it off thinking it only her imagination.

Rozita had a slight fever the whole night at the hotel but the next morning found her much better. The clients were getting breakfast at the lobby in the hotel when Rozita suddenly fell down as if she was a trance. She was screaming and the startled Ah Chew and some of the at hotel staff tried to hold her down. Rozita was speaking in a weird language and in a husky male voice, with furious and glazed eyes! 

The day manager arrived and finding her in that hysterical condition, called for a ‘bomoh’. After chanting and praying from his religious books, the “spirit” was expelled. The ‘bomoh’ said that it was a wandering spirit and Rozita was chosen because she was at the wrong place at the wrong time.

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