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Paranormal investigators look into haunting at Golden Mile Complex office after staff complain

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The staff of a haunted office in Golden Mile Complex call the Singapore Haunted team to investigate their office and help them find out what is really scaring them away from work. One of the staff speaking to the crew talked about several paranormal experiences she has had like the aircon turning on and off. On one occasion she felt like a man with long sleeve was standing behind her. Both the staff said that they would not go back to the office.

The team investigating paranormal activity noted several abnormal activities, including that of the torchlight battery suddenly being drained of all its powers and stationery flying across the room.
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Singapore Haunted Ghosts In The Office is an original R3LOAD Network production and it is directed and produced by IZ Darson and stars Eugene Tay, Chris Chitty. Featuring special guests Fengshui and Ritual Master Ric Ow and his team. The team thankerd Fabulous Tan for the venue.Follow us on Social Media

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