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The Haunted Hotel – Victim’s Perspective

February 26th, 2015 · 7 Surrendered

After so long, I’m finally in the mood to continue with the last part of the story. WOW! It happened way back in November 2013!

Ok… So now, I’ll tell you about those who were “selected”. Three of our travel mates, 3 young chaps were the “lucky” ones.

All three had scratches on their back and chest.

One was very hyper, kept performed Muay Thai (yet he didn’t know anything about martial art) when we met at the lobby to go for dinner. We didn’t suspect anything as we thought he was fooling around. Before that in their room, he kept saying that he wanted to open the window, he saw children fighting outside and he wanted to join. Friends had to pulled him back to avoid him from opening the window.

Then, he insisted to drove us to dinner. A the restaurant, he “woke up”, saying he’s tired and didn’t know where he’s at even though he’s the one who drove us!

After dinner, after we were given with new room, 4 of the travel mates, 3 who were the “selected” ones decided to stay in our earlier room. The one who muay thai earlier suddenly begging the 4th travel mate to get him out of the room or else he would die.

They then all went back to their original room. Things were normal again. They all chit chat in the room and the door opened on its own, saw the door knob turned on its own. Cold breeze came in with ghostly sound. Dogs were howling outside as well.

They immediately check-out of hotel at 3am and slept at friend’s house leaving 4 of us at the hotel oblivious of what happening to them. That morning, we were told to pack our things to check-out as we would be changing hotel. We didn’t know why, just glad that we finally can leave the place. None of us was willing to stay for one more night there.

After we changed to another hotel, they told us what happened. That afternoon, we went to the resident office for a function. While we were there, we asked the local reporters whether is there any bad things that happened to the earlier hotel we stayed. We found out that a muay thai fighter committed suicide there before! No wonder!

So that’s the end of the story.

Categories: Bintulu · Going Places · Land of the Hornbills - Sarawak

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  • 1 Gou // Feb 27, 2015 at 8:20 am

    Gong Xi Fa MONEY !!!!!!!

    Irene, is this ghostly encounter for real or they all ganged up to pull your leg ..:)
    If this is real, I would like to visit it ! You guys should also contact one of those ghost hunting shows.

  • 2 sweet surrender // Feb 27, 2015 at 7:26 pm

    Gou, gong xi fa cai!

    It’s for real because my roommate has the ability to sense things like this. She wasn’t comfortable even just reached outside of the hotel, what’s more we were in the room where a rape and murder case happened before too. That room wasn’t supposed to be sold. Since the team leader wanted to keep us all in one floor, I was so lucky to pick that room -.-” We were checked into that room and we requested for a room change. She was relieved that I agreed to get our room changed, she didn’t want to say anything, just stayed close to me when we were in the room. Some more, I wanted to change room because of the dust but for her it’s because of the “thing”.

    Can read in here:

  • 3 Ciana // Mar 4, 2015 at 5:17 am

    Okaay, when dogs are howling on a windy night, there is definitely something more than meets the eye.

    Thank God I’m reading this in the morning before classes, Irene, or I’ll be so freaked out, trying to sleep at night. =O

    Happy Belated CNY!

  • 4 Gou // Mar 4, 2015 at 11:55 am

    Irene, howling is a way for dogs to communicate with other dogs over long distant….at least that is what Google God says.
    When I was young I recall my dogs always howled when I played violin and that triggered neighbor’s dogs.

  • 5 sweet surrender // Mar 4, 2015 at 8:35 pm

    Ciana, hehehe… Don’t have to be scared ;p

    Gou, yes… Problem is I didn’t hear any dog howled but my roommate did and the guys too. I only know that I was oblivious of all the strange things around.

  • 6 Ciana // Mar 8, 2015 at 3:14 pm

    Let’s just say that I don’t like reading ghost/horror stories at night, Irene. *winks*

  • 7 sweet surrender // Mar 8, 2015 at 4:06 pm

    Ciana, hahaha…

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