People believe that the other end of science is religion. And I added that the magic is in between. If one starts from the religion side, he will end up with science and vice versa. It does not matter which end you begin your journey, you must first pass through the test of magic. I have experienced magic, hope you will too. All materials are for entertainment purposes only.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Taboo When Using Karak Expressway
The most haunted expressway in Malaysia.
The Kuala Lumpur–Karak Expressway or Karak Expressway, is also
known as Karak Highway which is a 60-kilometre (37 miles) controlled-access
highway or motorway in Malaysia connecting Kuala Lumpur to the town of Karak in
This expressway is thought to be the most haunted express way
in Malaysia and if one googles ‘Karak Expressway’ then he/she can find many
interesting ghost stories about Karak Expressway:
·Eaten alive by a Pontianak
·The yellow Volkswagen
·Sighting of a small boy
Well, I am not about to repost all of the stories above as
anyone can easily find these stories on-line. I just want to share some taboos
when using Karak Expressway, especially at night. These tips are given to me by
those drivers who frequently plying from KL to Karak at night due to work or
The most important thing is of course; have your car checked
before travelling especially at night. I supposed this is a common sense as
having car troubles in the midst of a night is no funny matters. This is common
sense, but as careful drivers; we ought to take care of our cars anyway.
Now, the second thing when travelling at night through Karak
Expressway is that unless necessary, avoid looking at the rear mirror, or side
mirrors in that matters especially when you are driving alone. The reason is
that you might ‘inadvertently’ see an ‘invited guest’ sitting at the back of
I am not making things up but a friend of mine known as
Saiful who is a coordinator of a film company and due to his work requirements,
he has to travel on short notices. At one point, Saiful travelled from KL to
the East Coast almost weekly to coordinate a film shooting for 6 months or so;
needless to say, he travelled at night so that work can be done during the day.
The first few trips were relatively peaceful, until one
night; Saiful was again travelled on short notice from his boss. It was a rainy
Friday night, and Saiful just passed the KL toll and he was driving slowly as
he knew that this expressway is an accident hot spot. The traffic wasn’t heavy
at night, there were only occasional car light observed from the opposite lane whooshed
by and disappeared from the sight.
Saiful has the habit of occasional checking the rear mirror
in case if there is any fast moving vehicle from the back. This is quite normal
as some cars travel without turning on their headlights. This just as if any
other occasions that Saifu habitually veered at his rear mirror to check for an
overtaking vehicle; he suddenly found a long haired figure sat at his backseat!
He immediately got a shock out of his living daylight!
Saiful’s heart palpitated and sweat started to roll down from his forehead. And
Saiful decided to take a second look just to make sure that he wasn’t having a
To his horror, the figure was still there sitting quietly!
There weren’t anything Saiful could do but to drive on while reciting ‘Bismillah’
(in the name of God) continuously. Saiful can’t recalled how long the figure
was in his car, but just when his car was about to approach the toll at Karak,
he heard the sound of his rear door opened and shut as if someone or something
has alighted from his car. As his natural reflexes, he turned around and see
the figure no more… Perhaps the figure just wanted to have a hitchhike or ‘tumpang’
for a short distance…
According to Saiful, after the initial incidents; the long
haired figure hitch hiked his car for a few occasions during his six month
assignments. But since the ‘thing’ only sat there quietly and left without
disturbing Saiful, he wasn’t frighten anymore after that and live to tell his
story to me later.
I supposed that the moral of the story is: “jangan pandang
belakang!” (Don’t look back) when you are driving alone in the expressway at night.
I have some pal who nearly kaput in an auto accident as his steering wheel
jammed in that particular expressway too… I will keep the story for now and
tell you later.