A video of an empty train and an automated voice in the metro station instructing people not to board has got online users spooked, causing a handful to make references to the horror movie, Train to Busan. 

An online user on Tuesday (Sept 28) shared an eerie video clip that seemed to set the mood for Halloween.

The video featured a train barricaded with tape and an automated voice in an empty metro station saying, “The train at platform A is not for boarding.”

“Huh? What happened?” the caption of the video read in the Facebook group, Singapore Incidents.

In response to the 15-second clip, many online users played along with the spookiness of the video. A handful even referenced a horror film that takes place on a train, commenting, “Train to Busan”.

From zombie attacks to apocalypse jokes, the responses to the video vary. One online user even said, “Someone maybe brought durian.”

Still, others took a more logical approach and hypothesised, “Maybe it’s brand new and (they) want to test drive (it)”.

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The video has garnered more than 14 thousand views on Facebook within less than a day of being posted.

Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan
Image: screengrab from Facebook comments on Singapore Incidents / Charlie Tan