The ghastly incident in one of the most haunted MRT stations in Singapore

The following incident was narrated to me by a friend whose uncle works with SMRT. Let’s call him Mr S.

Outram MRT on weeknights is usually very quiet. Once at about 11pm, Mr S saw a man walking up the escalator facing the SGH part of the station hurrying towards Pearl Centre.

Following behind was an old lady, wearing a flowery blue cheongsam. She was carrying a glossy black bag. Her makeup was thick that her face looked pale. She was walking pretty slowly up from the escalator. On reaching the platform, she stopped there right after the escalator. She stared very hard at that man walking towards the Pearl Center.

As Mr S was going back down towards the control station, he heard high-heel steps walking down slowly as well. He glanced to his left and saw a blue reflection on the stainless steel railing. He thought to himself that maybe that old lady got to the wrong station and decided to get back into the train.

At the half-way landing, he could still hear her slow but steady heels. As he reached the control level, he realised that the sound of the heels were gone. He turned back and couldn’t see anyone. He was puzzled but then didn’t think twice.

He casually happened to mention about the old lady to his other colleagues when they told him that they have seen the ghost of the blue lady too. She usually appears very close to the closing time of the station and walks up and down the escalator area.

She usually follows male commuters or staff. However, other SMRT staff had also noticed that she occupies the last bench in the train platform. Sometimes she would be sitting there past closing time and disappear just as a staff approaches to ask if she needs help.

I cannot comment on the validity of the story but I think it will be a good place for those of you interested in the paranormal to explore.

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