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GUY SAYS DECEASED ON TOMBSTONE “CHIO SIA”, GHOST FOLLOW HIM HOME

A netizen shared a story about how he was at Choa Chu Kang cemetery with his family visiting the grave of an ancestor when he made some rude comments about a stranger’s tombstone.

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Things then took a turn for the worse after that.

Here is the story:

“I was with my family at Choa Chu Kang cemetery visiting one of the graves of our ancestor for Qing Ming festival a few years ago.

We were cleaning the grave and sweeping the leaves and dirt off the tombstone.

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After that, me and my brother wandered off and we went to look at the other graves around us.

We came across this grave of a woman whose photo was black and white, and very old.

I muttered out loud to my brother: “Wah bro, see this chiobu, she damn chio sia!”

My brother smacked my head and told me not to talk rubbish.

That was that and soon we went home.

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The weeks that followed were very strange to say the least.

I had a recurring dream of a woman standing by my bedside groaning at me.

In the dream I couldn’t make out her face as she was always looking away or down at the floor.

I would always wake up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat.

And then things escalated, I started seeing figures in my kitchen when i wake up to use to the toilet.

I would see a figure from the corner of my eye and when i turn to look at it, there would be nothing there.

I also kept feeling something or someone touching my leg when im sleeping.

Eventually i told my mother about it and she brought me to the temple to see a master.

The master told me that the spirit that was following me was from the cemetery and she thought I was interested in her, so she followed me home.

The master gave me a talisman and told me to burn some offerings and apologise.

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My mother then brought me to the cemetery and we did as we were told, I said sorry for talking rubbish and my mother asked the spirit to leave me alone because I didn’t know what I was doing.

Eventually the “haunting” stopped and I never saw the spirit again.”

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