Last Updated on 2016-11-12 , 1:57 pm
Ghost stories and sightings are plenty in the previous British colony that is Singapore but have you ever heard of a sign being put up by people in an area that is frequented by ghosts and spirits? Some students (or perhaps, ghosts) from the National University of Singapore decided to be considerate and erected a sign in the school to warn the easily spooked about ghosts.
The sign was first seen in the Federal building of the Bukit Timah campus of the university. Apart from a simple warning which would have sufficed, the sign also went into details describing what people saw and heard at night in the area. According to the sign, sounds of Japanese soldiers marching up and down the corridor and lights flickering on and off were a common sight; chair and tables were also thrown about in classrooms.
There is also a story about an elevator in the Zoology department and how it would “operate on its own”, going up and down thanks to the “resident spirit”. However, Asia Paranormal Investigator (API) founder, Charles Goh, said that the Zoology department building has already been taken over by the Faculty of Law years ago and that the elevator no longer exists.
Is this a prank or simply the work of a considerate NUS student or staff? Regardless, it is still quite a funny, yet creepy sight to witness when you are on your way to lectures and tutorials in NUS.
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