…..they crept slowly about the deserted house where they found a series of footprints then they followed into the empty living room…
I was going to start on the original story but I was reminded of another story about hearing of mysterious footprints and so on, so let me start with that first.
Kelly Lin claimed never actually seen a ghost but she personally recollects a mysterious and eerie incident. Kelly left for the Meinong District in Taiwan to attend one of her cousin’s wedding. She stayed with her relatives while staying there.
His aunty brought out her to have lunch at a food stall for lunch before driving her home as the aunty has to work. Kelly was left alone and she sat on the sofa in the living room busy and preoccupied with her phone. She suddenly heard that was somebody upstairs and it sounded like a kid giggling and there were sound of footsteps of someone shuffling or dragging their feet.
Kelly was a bit surprised because as far as she knew nobody else was supposed to be in….much more a kid! She yelled but there was no reply but the sound of giggling continued. Feeling slightly frustrated she went upstairs when the giggling suddenly stopped. When she got upstairs she found the rooms were empty. She could have sworn that she heard the sound of a little kid giggling and the footsteps but she could have imagined the whole thing.
When she went to the relatives again a year later, Kelly was unpacking her clothes in the guest room in upstairs. She was clearly shocked when she heard the sound of a kid giggling in one of upstairs room. She rushed into the rooms of the upper portion but found that there was no one around! She did asked her uncle and aunty but they confirm they did not hear anything.
For the second story, Zaidi was a constable in the town of Tawau in the state of Sabah in East Malaysia. One night there were a lot of complaints from a certain neighborhood that someone seemed to be in a deserted house. Zaidi and his partner were instructed to check out the house in the neighborhood.
Image of a Footprint