Sunday, August 13, 2006

Cemeteries Expedition

Cemeteries Expedition

The Chinese Cemetery Visited During the Tour.I Visited Again Today... in the DAYTIME!!

cheduled during the inauspicious chinese lunar 7th month @ midnight, i was abit apprenhensive when i received the email from SPI (Singapore Paranormal Investigation) about the tour and well...., wat the heck!! I have always been intrigued by the unexplained and what will be a better time beside this month, when the hell gates were apparently opened and all the wandering spirits will roam the earth again for a month!

Vitagen being offered for Offerings
Im TEMPTED to Drink.

4 of us starhubbers (me ex-hubber) decided to join and hopefully enjoyed ourselves! Arriving at 10.30pm sharp, the tour started at around 11pm with the founder of SPI, Kenny telling us about the unexplained, the bulk being ghosts.

4 cemeteries were visited, namely the Malay cemetary at Sungei Kadut, the Chinese cemetary at Woodlands Road, the ever popular Lim Chu Kang cemetery and the Catholic cemetery at Church of Saint Joseph.

Unique Tomb @ Lim Chu Kang Cemetery

Which was the most popular or decidedly the most interesting for us?? Well, i preferred the Chinese cemetery where i managed to capture a few pictures full of orbs! Apparently, ORBS are the image of spirits/ghosts though they have been debated as a result of low quality camera lens, the light exposure, the camera flash etc etc. But i ascertained that i have never capture that many orbs before since i started using digital cameras 5 years ago. The other 3 of the starhubbers were divided on the question above but all of us agreed that the last one was distinctly the least popular since we were rushed in going through the cemetery.

Incense Papers Strewn all over the Lim Chu Kang Cemetery

Expectedly, we did not manage to see any ghosts even though i managed to capture the orbs. However, we succeeded in seeing those temple mediums in trance (though abit dramatic). In addition, we managed to understand why the chinese tombs are in such a shape, why malay tombs have the two stones, why the words in chinese tombs are in such color etc etc.

Overall, i personally though it was a trip well spent and the SPI team was rather professional, preferring to use advanced equipments and science to explain the unexplained issues.

Orbs at Chinese Cemetery.
Notice the Tomb's Name, which means Old Tomb.


Another Picture with Orbs at the Same Chinese Cemetery
A note though, as the story goes,
ghosts normally dun reside in their tombs if they died a long time ago.


Therefore, those corpses that were just been buried, while awaiting for the tomb encastment, were supposedly the place where you will have better chance to catch a ghost, though they will be more violent than the others.
How to know which one was recent? Next time when you visit the cemetery, spot the one with a white lantern over it....

3 comments:

  1. Indeed an interesting trip! Haiz, wish I was there. Hmmm, when is the next ghost walk by dee SPI?

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  2. The trip was quite an eye opener... only quite...haha!
    i was lucky my eyes not "open" else dun know how much i will see...hoho!

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  3. Anonymous9:13 PM

    Well done, u manage to capture the orbs, these are the energies of either the spirits or the devas(gods) depending where u r...
    May the suffering souls find peace!
    ~Teck Wee~

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