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    Nice account. What did u see on the 6th floor? the suspense...kaka
    Access to the 6th floor and the rest was via 3 ways. 1 main center stairwell access and 2 stairwell at the corners.

    The main access was barred up like prisons' bars and chained. So can see what is inside. The 2 side stairs access were boarded up with thick heavy wooden planks. This sight alone was very intimidating. Needless to say, the entire floor was off limits and no one stay there.

    We're told and instructed not to go there but a few of us went to see anyway.

    At the main access, can see the corridor and toilet. It was dark, dank and dusty. Talisman and prayer papers are all over the floor and walls. The sheer number of talisman and prayer papers was mind blowing. Very eerie and creepy and I never see such a sight before in my life. In the toilet, u can see 1 sink and mirror....all clean and nice. Makes u wonder why the rest are dirty and dusty and that very one is different.

    It was one evening when i went up there. Took a look and off I go. Dun want to linger there anymore. From then on, I never step on 6th floor again although I spent quite sometime in Stagmont Camp for my course.

    Rumoured that a trainee hanged himself many years back. At first, they still used the 6th floor but cupboards began to shake and many things happened. The hauntings got so bad that it was boarded up and chained and it was off limits to everyone.

    That was back in 99 and these days, I was told that they reno that block and the 6th floor are classrooms now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Access to the 6th floor and the rest was via 3 ways. 1 main center stairwell access and 2 stairwell at the corners.

    The main access was barred up like prisons' bars and chained. So can see what is inside. The 2 side stairs access were boarded up with thick heavy wooden planks. This sight alone was very intimidating. Needless to say, the entire floor was off limits and no one stay there.

    We're told and instructed not to go there but a few of us went to see anyway.

    At the main access, can see the corridor and toilet. It was dark, dank and dusty. Talisman and prayer papers are all over the floor and walls. The sheer number of talisman and prayer papers was mind blowing. Very eerie and creepy and I never see such a sight before in my life. In the toilet, u can see 1 sink and mirror....all clean and nice. Makes u wonder why the rest are dirty and dusty and that very one is different.

    It was one evening when i went up there. Took a look and off I go. Dun want to linger there anymore. From then on, I never step on 6th floor again although I spent quite sometime in Stagmont Camp for my course.

    Rumoured that a trainee hanged himself many years back. At first, they still used the 6th floor but cupboards began to shake and many things happened. The hauntings got so bad that it was boarded up and chained and it was off limits to everyone.

    That was back in 99 and these days, I was told that they reno that block and the 6th floor are classrooms now.
    Wah interesting. No wonder they say Stagmont camp, quiet quiet hide one corner, but actually got many things. Was there only once, noticed the tiger in the main building where they housed all the trophies, didnt get to go anywhere else.

    Heard they had this secret tunnel or something, also sealed up out of bounds or something. Probably some war structure left behind by the early british. :P
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    Nee Soon Camp, J coy. Was told by some of the specs that our mess is haunted. Plus of course the famous White House
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    You guys keep suggesting to ask 'them' for 4D numbers..

    But aren't you worried that you might need to give something or do something in return? Muahahaaha!

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    have u guys heard about meiling street estate ?

    it was told tat the place was a burial ground for executed hardcore prisoners during the British colonial days..
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    have u guys heard about meiling street estate ?
    near any place more familiar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VieVie View Post
    !) 2nd PDF camp( naval training school/old yatch club )-personal experience.
    Pillow kena pull.then blanket kena pull, all the while 'frozen' cannot move, we were all sleeping side by side at the balcony. Camp mate freaked out and start attacking me for no reason. ( I let him sleep hospital for 1 month for trying to throw me off the 4th floor.) On night patrol with friendly neidhbourhood dog, then he started barking at nothing infront of me and ran away. Naturally, I FOLLOWED!! Just but a taste of what happens in there.

    Pulau Brani-personal experience.
    If ever a singaporean director wants to film a spook film, the place wins hands down. There is a cordoned off area where a few old colonial bungalows sit. One of it the balcony has a hundred foot drop to the abyss. It is rumored to have hold corpses. Just thinking of the place gives me the "chill". The supernatural there don't give a **** about subtleness!

    Pulau Ubin-personal experience.
    Song of forgotten words....that one tomorrow, very tired liao..
    u from sembawang camp 2nd PDF? i was at dauntless block (Navy) ... heard that our camp was called "camp Terror" for spooky phenomenon....?! can feeeel it when jogging pass 2nd PDF... nothing spooky at our site tough..

    more spooky was.. we always encountered "ah kua peng" "playing" with their own kind during weekends along the staircase...
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    During NS I was at both Stagmont camp for training and then posted to Sungei

    Gedong.Never had any "encounters" at either of these places.In fact my biggest scares at

    Sungei Gedong came from monitor lizards,snakes and CSMs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raincool2005 View Post
    Seletar camp !? yes.. my fren heard sounds of people dragging chains.. Seletar Camp (which SAF is now using it) was a naval base plus a military hospital for the British
    don't "ha la" lah. Seletar Camp was never used as a naval base or a military hospital. Seletar Camp, former RAF Seletar, has always been an airbase.

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    End of the day, a load of bullshit and rubbish. We are just scaring ourselves.

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    End of the day, a load of bullshit and rubbish. We are just scaring ourselves.
    which incident?
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    no lah actually I was just saying that to not scare myself... haha

    Anyway seriously some incidents are real and some are as what they say... we want to scare ourselves. Like Seletar... I was in that camp too... and it is no hospital.... we just want to scare ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by centuryegg View Post
    no lah actually I was just saying that to not scare myself... haha

    Anyway seriously some incidents are real and some are as what they say... we want to scare ourselves. Like Seletar... I was in that camp too... and it is no hospital.... we just want to scare ourselves.
    Actually it's rather true...most cases are people scaring themselves as certain places have the ambience we see in horror movies...we are brought up to those kind.

    Youngsters should check out those msian horror B&W movies....they beat the modern one hands down.

    I been to many so called "haunted" locations, but i have not encountered anything, but yet when im most unaware or unguarded, i see them. They tend to appear when you are not expecting them too. That's the scare factor.

    My very first encounter was trying to sleep in my bunk during bmt, two weeks into my ptp phrase at Nee Soon camp in 94, was the only one awake, flip around in bed, restless, then i saw this child black figure running from last bed to last bed. Backdoor was closed (there was nobody smoking in the back corridor either). I was in Bed 1, so if anybody walk past outside i would hear or see. I got up check the underbeds at the back...nothing. (we had 13 beds, bed 13 was empty, we were told it was a spare bed, it got occupied when bmt started). At that moment, the first thought wasn't ghost, but someone else from another section trying to sabo one of the guys in my section. Haha


    My second experience (didn't see anything, but heard) was at pasir ris park (the area near the amusement park and mangrove swamp), with a friend chit chatting, we were sitting on a bench enjoying the cool breeze at 6am in the morning. When we ran out of topics to talk about, we both a giggling laughter coming from a young tree sapling about 2 meters infront of us. I thought i was imagining things...but my friend confirmed on the spot he heard it too. There wasn't anyone else in sight for at least a hundred metres. My friend freaked out when i asked him about "hearing anything", coz at first he thought he was imagining things, my question just shook him. We went back to our chalet to catch some sleep soon after. Haaha

    There are other personal experiences...but im more keen to hear from others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99 View Post
    Wah interesting. No wonder they say Stagmont camp, quiet quiet hide one corner, but actually got many things. Was there only once, noticed the tiger in the main building where they housed all the trophies, didnt get to go anywhere else.

    Heard they had this secret tunnel or something, also sealed up out of bounds or something. Probably some war structure left behind by the early british. :P
    I've heard of the tunnel too but i think its classified.

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    hi, how about the famous commando barrack where the wall has a bloody devil face ? anyone been inside ?

    i read on spi, the room was sealed by a concrete wall, windows all shut, the barrack is still around.


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    The tunnels at Labrador Park? Sentosa? I'm sure you all have heard stories about these places too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galdor View Post
    The tunnels at Labrador Park? Sentosa? I'm sure you all have heard stories about these places too.
    not sure abt the tunnels.. but i did heard stories of that watch tower visible from the carkpark and entrance area, some couples who drove into the park after 12mn saw moving "shadows" inside.

    this historically rich ex-British military fort can fetch tourist dollars into the economy just like Fort Siloso but strangely it was "out of bounds" to public whereas, just next door which is the present labrador park with fort and cannon were made public parks. It was only opened once a few months ago for a event.

    What was the reason behind the closure ? anyone knows ?
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    My camp used to be there and heard from the old birds that the place is quite dirty and often there are 'sightings'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galdor View Post
    My camp used to be there and heard from the old birds that the place is quite dirty and often there are 'sightings'.
    these are some photos of that "fort", which is called " Fort Batu Berlayer"

    http://news.webshots.com/album/556325599jSDJEW?start=0

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    Last year I was shooting at an abandoned mansion. We walked into the grounds and saw a few vehicles parked there. Me and my friend was "Oh ****..." but we continued to walk to house.

    We were on the first level and begun to shoot around. Then, we heard "krk, krk, krk" from the second floor, sounds like footsteps. Will sound for a few times, stop and repeat again few minutes later. No doubt we were quite scared (that someone will come down and chase us away, not cos of ghost). So we waited and thought of excuses to say. My friend also said he thought he thought someone was upstairs based on the sound, like footsteps he said too. But, in the end we were safe, no one there.

    Yea, no one there.
    Reason one: Wind blowing opening and closing the windows.
    Reason two:

    The windows need strong wind to close them, and I don't know if a wind can come in "pulses".

    Well, just something odd.

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