This could probably be the most haunted building in S’pore ever

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When you see the headline, you’ll probably think that the answer is simple: Old Changi Hospital, right?

Well, you must not have been there before, because if you’ve once gone there at night, you’ll know that the number of humans there could easily be more than the ghosts there—if there’re any.

So, with Old Changi Hospital out, what is the most haunted building in Singapore then?

This is very subjective, but according to our understanding, it could be this: the Changi Commando Barrack.

Image: remembersingapore.org

Located at the far end on the east of Singapore, this building was built in 1935 and its objective was to defend the eastern part of Singapore during World War II in case of a Japanese invasion from sea.

After the war, the Singapore Commandos used it as their HQ before moving to the nearby Hendon Camp, therefore leaving it vacant till today. However, it was during the Japanese occupation that bad things happened there.

This place was rumoured to be then housing over 15,000 British and Australia prisoners-of-war during the occupation, in which many of them died from torture and starvation.

That’s a lot of people.

Like Old Changi Hospital, the sightings there have been plentiful, but mostly were faint screams and sounds of moving objects.

According to one thrill-seeker, the sounds would get softer and softer instead of louder and louder, and they were unclear and extremely faint. However, given the serene location, it is abnormal to be hearing such consistent sound.

Also, there are some rooms sealed into walls—in other words, rooms without doors. Of course, there’ve been sounds heard inside these rooms, but these are just rumours—or could they be real?

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