3 most haunted LRT stations in Singapore

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Ten Mile Junction
Owing to Service C’s one train fleet, Ten Mile Junction LRT station would almost always be deserted at late night, despite the onslaught of passengers every train. It doesn’t help that there’s next to zero people waiting for the train at the station either. There have also been sightings of a supposed ‘ghost’ train that does not stop at the station – one witness actually reported seeing ‘people’ on board the ‘train’.

Fajar
Located at the end of the LRT line, it’s one station you wouldn’t want to wait alone at, especially when it’s late night and there’s hardly any sound to be heard. Stories have been rampant about the station, with one account being that a Japanese man had asked him for instructions at around 11+ one night. He didn’t find anything weird, except that it was a bit hard conversing with him at first (the Japanese man was speaking in a slew of Japanese and English slang terms). It took a while before he noticed that where the Japanese’s shoes should be, a red cut with nothing below was there.
Another account spoke of the air being especially cold, even when she had a jacket on. When she felt someone touch her shoulder, she took off her earphones and looked back. Nobody was there, but there were strange mutterings in the atmosphere.

Jelapang
Perhaps the most haunted of the lot, Jelapang LRT station is a scene fraught with all kinds of strange sightings. A friend said that he saw person walking on the railway, and when he became frantic the person just smiled at him before walking out of sight. Another account claimed that if you squint in the right angle at a certain time, you can see someone’s eye looking back at you from a corner in the rails.

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