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Written by Eugene Tay
There have been many stories surrounding the Pasir Ris Suicide Tower. Many of these Urban Legends have evolved into multiple variations since the late 80s until we can't really tell fact from fiction anymore; but such is the nature and thrill of ghost stories that keeps our imagination going.
Budding investigators have attempted to gather evidence of haunting and many claimed that it is one of the easiest spots to elicit a paranormal response. Personally, I have been a witness to multiple events in this location that defies logic. I am as strong a believer as there are others who are as strong a skeptic. This experiment that we have conducted is perfect in highlighting that dichotomy.
Just because someone is fortunate enough to not experience any haunting doesn't mean that the place isn't haunted.
In this two-part video, we attempt to record experiences from multiple perspectives - A psychic, four commoners, and one spiritual practitioner. Without the use of fancy western-influenced gadgets, what can each of these people sense when tasked to sit alone in what is reputed to be one of Singapore's most haunted location?
The results are varied and interesting. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, the psychology of fear fueled by horror stories and odd sounds in the night can spur our imagination to see and feel things that may not be there.... or are they?
12:17 - 15:17 - Guru Murali Cleanse the Place
Guru Murali chanted a prayer to ease the lingering spirits towards the light. Does this mean the place is no longer haunted? Unlikely. Prayers help to bring whichever entity that is present at that time to the light but in a public area, and one that is isolated at the edge of a mangrove swamp, there will be other spirits to take its place in time to come.
Tarot with Zoei inaugural meetup in Singapore with guests from Supernatural Confessions. We decided to meet up, picnic style, at one of Singapore’s most spiritual site - Fort Canning Hill. Once known as Forbidden Hill back in the 18th century. It was home to many dead kings and royalties. Some of the tombs still remain visible on site today.
The reading was done by the light of tea candles and a handphone torch. Proving that iPhone 11 low light capture is simply amazing.
It was a beautiful place, surrounded by ancient monuments and trees right in the heart of town. And it’s free! The skies were too cloudy to see the stars but the weather held up and the wind made it bearable to be outdoors in the usually humid Singapore.
We started off with yoga, got into a brief introduction about what tarot is and isn’t, and Zoei did a complimentary reading for three guests as promised. We ended the night with a round of meditation led by Zoei and breath work by Murali.
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