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Paranormal Investigator claims to have found ghost of murdered woman in Bukit Batok Nature Park

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28-year-old Mohd Ariffin, a public servant and a member of the Singapore Paranormal Investigators, has claimed to have found a ghost of a murder victim in Bukit Batok Nature Park, in a video interview to the BIO channel.

Ariffin was alerted to a supernatural presence in the park by jogger Cynthia Jonell Soh who had heard soft sounds of someone crying during her regular jog. Although she didn’t find anything when she went to check the undergrowth near the jogging track, she had an eerie feeling about the sounds that persisted and approached Ariffin to investigate further.

When Cynthia brought the case to Ariffin, he thought that the ghost might be of a woman who was raped and murdered at the park. In 2000, 27-year-old oil company executive, Linda Chua, was brutally raped and found in the deep undergrowth surrounding the jogging track. She later succumbed to her injuries in the hospital. The culprit remains at large.

When he went to the area Cynthia identified to him, Ariffin felt an unnatural coldness enveloping his body. When he started asking if anyone was there and whether they would alert him to their presence, he suddenly saw a white figure standing in the vegetation in front of him.

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Ariffin claims that the figure did not resemble a human and when he asked it whether it is the woman who was murdered, the figure dashed through the forested area. It finally stopped at the top of the nature trail where it momentarily grew in size before disappearing in the forest.

Although Ariffin claims to have been shaken by the event, he looks forward to getting to the bottom of this case with his fellow investigators.

Watch Ariffin and Cynthia’s accounts of the ghost in Bukit Batok Nature Park here:

My Ghost Story: Bukit Batok Trial Spirit !!!

Posted by Real Ghost Stories on Wednesday, 3 June 2015

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