Super Creepy Incidents from Asia
Two really creepy and scary incidents from selected countries from Asia.
The first incident occurred when Yew Seng, a renovation supervisor, was working on a project in Kuantan in state of Pahang, Malaysia. It was late in the evening and he just got a call from his boss giving him hell and asking what was going on. They were working on an International School and he walked wearily back to an old music room which they were renovating.
A Music Room
He got back and his found his 2 Indonesian workers and all of them were down on their knees cleaning the floor tiles. They were down on their knees facing downwards towards the Music room, when he heard a lady behind him saying, “Excuse me”. Tired and weary he told his workers, “Orang jalan……tepi! tepi!” (translation in English “People walking….move! move!”)
As the 2 workings scrambled and moved a path away and could hear the footsteps beside their bodies. The footsteps continued but they suddenly realized there was nobody there!….the footsteps suddenly stopped and they heard a woman saying, “Thank You”… and the sound of footsteps slowly faded at the end of the room. The 3 of them looked at each totally lost with mouths wide-opened absolutely confused…they heard the voice of the lady and even heard her footsteps…. but there was nobody there!
One of the worker heard of a rumour about a teacher having committed suicide in the music room or that school many years ago.
The next incident occurred in Butuan City in the country of Philippines. Liza is a teacher and presently unmarried and stays in the poorer suburbs of Butuan City. After work one day, she reached her flat which basically consist of a small bathroom, a bedroom and a combined room of the kitchen/living room together with a kitchen.
Butuan City in the Philippines
Liza had to lugged the stacks of school test papers which had to be graded from her car up to her apartment. She spent practically the whole night grading the school papers. She woke up the next morning, she went to the bathroom to brush her teeth when she casually looked up at the bathroom mirror…..he face was covered by colorful markings from felt pens that she was using the previous night.
Liza was a bit scared but she was sure that someone must be pulling a prank on her. Grabbing a wet towel and rubbing the marking from her face she rushed to the other room to sure the locks are properly fastened. After checking she was surprised that all the windows and door were still firmly locked. On the way to the bathroom, she noticed the felt pens which were on her table were all uncapped, with the plastic caps strewn on the table. She got a further shock when she saw the stack of test papers on the table was gone!
The stack of school papers that she spend half the night grading were missing. She looked everywhere, under the table, in her bedroom and even in the fridge but the stacks of papers was gone. As she was late, Liza dressed and she rushed down to her car furiously thinking of what to say to her school principal. After unlocking the car’s door she was truly dumbfounded and shocked… in the front passenger seat is the stacked school paper!
Liza wasn’t sure whether she was having a nervous breakdown however another older teacher secretly confided that according to Filipino folklore it is probably a “duende” a mischievous spirit!