Confessed by John
My cousin encountered something at woodlands block 852. This was the famous block that was reported in the news recently about being empty and haunted for many years until the used it for quarantine during the SARS period.
My cousin was dating this girl when he was staying at block 852. Their relationship was alright at first. Until after she moved in, she began to have paranoia issues with him even though they are staying under the same roof. she will be paranoid when his on the phone or even bringing the phone to the toilet. She would even pick a fight with him over Facebook comments and Likes . The relationship began to go down hill.
One day she went missing. and my cousin received a call saying she had committed suicide. After that call, my cousin began to have recurring nightmares about being chased. So we decided to seek help from a spiritual practitioner. My cousin was told to stay inside his room from from 1am onwards till the next morning for the next 7 days. and not to acknowledge anything no matter what he hears.
The first night he heard "bom!bom!bom!" sound as though someone was banging on the door angrily. He was so afraid that he prayed till he fell asleep. it went on consecutively for 5 nights and on the 6th night it got so terrible that as it sounded as though some one broke in and ransacked the whole house.
He got so afraid that he hid under the bed with the bolster on the bed, hoping to trick any entity into think that the bolster under the blanker was him. He closed his eyes tightly and prayed hard. After awhile, he heard the noises slowly faded away.
He opened his eyes and he got a shocked of his life.
He saw "her" head looking at him, her head hanging off the side of the bed, upside down. He remembered the master's advice that no matter what happened, he must never acknowledge it. After the 7 nights passed successfully, we went back to the spiritual master who told us that the girl had committed suicide wearing red and had landed on her head first.
Editor's Comment: This would be a good urban legend to spread around the campfire.
Eugene Tay is a retired paranormal investigator and the author of the book Supernatural Confessions.