Thursday, November 21, 2013

A Dark Isolated Road to Gua Musang

A Dark Isolated Road to Gua Musang

I have written in my blog about the little town of Gua Musang, about a “Tourist Guide in Gua Musang, Kelantan”. However a reader has also encountered a spine chilling experience about his car trip to Gua Musang.

Gua Musang is a small town and is sometimes called a railway town. I am also told that Gua Musang stands for “foxes cave“.

Haira lives with his sister, Ziana, and brother-in-law in Kota Bahru which is the capital city of Kelantan. Kota Bahru is approximately 110 km from the Gua Musang, where they are from originally. There was some celebration and the three of them was rushing and driving back to Gua Musang at night after work.

Road to Gua Musang in Kelantan

It was dark by the time they reached Gua Musang road when Hairi, who was seated at the back, was half dozing.  “Alomak!..” yelled Hairi’s brother-in-law as Hairi saw the motorbike way in front of them swerve and almost lost control of his motorbike. The biker then simply sped away at very high speed.

They have braked and slow the car when Zaina asked, “Apa ni?” (translation: what’s that?) as she pointed at a blurry whitish apparition floating at the side of the road. As we got closer we saw it was a long haired woman who by now was happily siting on a road sign! Shocked and speechless…Hairi’s brother-in-law drove with break neck speed…

Hairi was completely stunned turned around towards the back windscreen and OMG! … shouted, “Dia di sini!” (translation: “She’s here!). The lady in white was clutching at the back windscreen of their car. Ziani screamed…drive! drive!..and Hairi had his face on his knees and eyes firmly shut.

When they finally reached a road side stall they rushed out of their car…but the lady in white was gone.

1 comment:

  1. Alamak this is the scariest story about highways.


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