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    Hi peeps,

    since this is a photography forum, I'm sure many have been to or maybe heard of Old Changi Hospital even if you have never been there.

    A production by local film makers titled 'Haunted Changi' will be screening on Sept 2. Since this place is no longer accessible, I would urge you to support this movie and have a look and feel of this eerie premise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galdor View Post
    Hi peeps,

    since this is a photography forum, I'm sure many have been to or maybe heard of Old Changi Hospital even if you have never been there.

    A production by local film makers titled 'Haunted Changi' will be screening on Sept 2. Since this place is no longer accessible, I would urge you to support this movie and have a look and feel of this eerie premise.
    not accesible meh? I went there during a chalet at changi last year. Our chalet was quite near so we went. Quite a lot of people when i went. Mostly people in groups of 5-10. And it was around 1030 at night that time.
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    not accesible meh? I went there during a chalet at changi last year. Our chalet was quite near so we went. Quite a lot of people when i went. Mostly people in groups of 5-10. And it was around 1030 at night that time.
    Officially not accessible anymore. Of course don't get caught or you could be charged with trespassing.
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    Its a great place if you wanna practice your ninja skills while exploring the eerie corridors, and not get caught.

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    +1 sarport!!
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    dont go in at night. police patrol regularly due to drug addict use that place to do drugs.

    and yes, if do get caught , you will me charged for trespassing gahment property !

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    Trivia : why they are able to film there? Because they rented the place from SLA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowspeeder View Post
    Its a great place if you wanna practice your ninja skills while exploring the eerie corridors, and not get caught.
    Don't go there during 7th Lunar Month..

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    i just went there last month to do a shoot, in the morning
    not to impress but shoot to express

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty628 View Post
    not accesible meh? I went there during a chalet at changi last year. Our chalet was quite near so we went. Quite a lot of people when i went. Mostly people in groups of 5-10. And it was around 1030 at night that time.
    Hmmm... alot of people... or alot of... er... other things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99 View Post
    Trivia : why they are able to film there? Because they rented the place from SLA.

    Think they got the permit. Don't think it's difficult since they are local producers and the garment is supportive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galdor View Post
    Think they got the permit. Don't think it's difficult since they are local producers and the garment is supportive.
    True.. They promoting local film.
    So they apply, very fast to approve.

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    does anyone know how to apply for a permit to photograph at such places / have done so successfully? Please share...thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by djugashvili View Post
    does anyone know how to apply for a permit to photograph at such places / have done so successfully? Please share...thanks!
    it belongs to the state. so any personal applications to shoot in there will be rejected... unless you're from mediacorp or any other broadcasters or magazines... i doubt they'll let you in.

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    that place very dangerous , got very furious ghost, the authority are blocking access for your safety. see attached:


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    Quote Originally Posted by djugashvili View Post
    does anyone know how to apply for a permit to photograph at such places / have done so successfully? Please share...thanks!
    First you need a few actor and actresses as ghosts before applying.

    Then they want to see them whether they can float and fly in the air before approving.

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    there's a true story about this changi hospital in http://yeobt.multiply.com/journal/it...hangi_Hospital
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    Aiyah all hospitals got "things" one. No need abandoned, the currently occupied one got famous stories of their own. I know coz my sis is a nurse in one hospital and she encounters these things on a regular basis. So she is like, whatever already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeobt View Post
    there's a true story about this changi hospital in http://yeobt.multiply.com/journal/it...hangi_Hospital
    honestly.... i believe this is a load of bull. not the first time i've read stories like this. the writing style gives it away. though it might (and can) happen, the way this guy writes it.. honestly can't be believed.

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    I went there once back in 2005 on a ghost tour with the SPI, but we had a huge group like 10-15 ppl so it wasn't as scary, but admittedly that place does give one the creeps.
    Whether you believe or not, when you visit a place such as OCH you need to behave and not be too 'rowdy'. You never know what is lurking in those places.
    We Chinese always believe in respecting the 'good brother and sisters'.
    I was told by my mum that a lady who went on a OCH tour returned home and fell ill the very next morning, see doc also no use and in the end had to seek a medium's help to 'cure' her.

    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    honestly.... i believe this is a load of bull. not the first time i've read stories like this. the writing style gives it away. though it might (and can) happen, the way this guy writes it.. honestly can't be believed.
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