We Malaysians simply love a spooky story – if we are not the ones experiencing it of course.
Being a very superstitious lot, be it Malay, Chinese or Indians, encounters of the spooky kind is always something that is sought after even if it scares the bejeebers out of each and every one of us.
Clearly not easily spooked by the scenes of paranormal activity that took place in his workshop, one man decided to record the incidences that took place – which was later shared on various social media platforms.
The video, which looked like a scene out of Poltergeist, witnessed things inside the shop being mysteriously moved around, which began with the knocking down of motor oil, things being moved around in the shop and many more.
He even took the chance of inviting the entity to sit down and have a chat with him.
In the accompanying status, it was mentioned that the incident took place at a motorcycle workshop in Pasir Raja, Kulai.
“The entity that ‘visited’ the shop had the intention of wanting to have some fun. Maybe if it was another person in my place, he would’ve not stayed put as it happened.”
That’s one brave fella!
Fortunately, the video only featured objects moving around, with no apparent sighting caught on camera.
Netizens however, were less than convinced by the video, stating that the effects you see can be done through the use of video editing tools.
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