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Thursday, September 11, 2014
Haunted Hotel In KL
For some reasons that I feel perhaps KL specially has most
haunted hotels around. Due to my special profession, I have many opportunities
to be invited into these hotels to perform ghost hunting activities.
There is one particular hotel which is situated in KL city
centre with one whole floor permanently booked and will never be rented out.
Most peculiar of all is that some green talismanic papers are pasted on top of
these room doors. According to room attendants, no one dares to venture onto
the floor at night for two reasons: first, no customers will stay there;
second, that floor is severely haunted!
Once I was asked to go to the hotel and stay there for a few
days to look see as a new potential buyer wanted to decide what to do with the
Even though the specific floor is empty, it is especially
noisy at night for I did venture to go to the haunted floor after 9pm alone for
my investigation. While I was walking alone along the corridor, I could hear the
sound such as that of people throwing sand onto the floor making the sound as
if ‘sha, sha, sha…’ Well, to tell you honestly, that was kind of eerie and yet indescribable
Even stranger was that, there was a room locked from
outside, but I can still hear as if a baby is crying inside; I can assure that
the atmosphere is utmost bizarre. Even though I didn’t see any ghostly apparitions;
let alone the bizarre sound is enough to scare anyone to death.
The next morning, I managed to coax a hotel attendant to
tell me some background of that hotel. According to this gentleman, for inexplicable
reasons many people like to come to this hotel to commit suicide. The reasons
are many: due to love, due to debt, it could also be due to bankruptcy. It is
perhaps that too many people has committed suicide there and that there were no
proper deliverance rituals to guide the spirits to other side; the dead souls
continue to linger on.
The attendant also pointed out that the room that I heard
sounds of baby crying, was booked by a businessman for long term stay. But due
to his business failure, he and his family committed suicide by gas inhalation.
He further added that, due to too many people jumped off from the hotel
windows, all of the windows now are installed with iron bars. It is also a good
idea to use towels to cover all mirrors in a hotel room to avoid anyone
accidentally sees the reflection of ghosts!
With so many ghosts around, what would you suggest to best
dispose of such a haunted hotel?