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  1. Turboflat4

    Hungry Ghost Month ....

  2. Typhoonz

    Hungry Ghost Month ....

    If you were to get a new car, would you avoid getting it on the lunar seventh month or it doesn't matter?
  3. Ok ok, it's a little late for Halloween, but we thought we would still share with you this interesting video has been shared on 9gag.com, wherein somebody has fitted what looks to be a Fiat Bravo with a rather interesting car seat. Perhaps a closer shot of the prank... But here's the best part. It looks like it might actually be possible to hire this car for your trip to work! Top kudos to all our private-hire drivers out there putting in the extra effort to decorate their cars! Having trouble dealing with idiotic vandals at your carpark? Or are you the neighborhood serial prankster? This car seat might be ideal for you! And if you happen to see this car at your multi-storey, you have been warned! If only the maintenance bills on old Fiats was only half as frightening... Know of any creepy carparks that just give off the wrong vibe? or perhaps a have a car-related supernatural experience to share with us? Comment below! Check out the full video here. ----------------------------------------------- Or check out our own guide to creepy carparks across Singapore so you know where to avoid during those special months! -----------------------------------------------
  4. StreetFight3r

    Do you believe in the Supernatural?

    EX-RWS staff talks about the hauntings. I would like to believe that the universe is a big big place and we are not alone out there. When my dad passed away many years back, I still remember I slept on the sofa in the living room on the 1st night he left. But was woken up with a tight slap on my butt and no one else around. Too real to be a dream. But I notafraid because i know my dad will not harm me. until this day i know what i felt though many wil say its just a dream. Jane Ng was a producer at Resorts World Sentosa and the pioneer team who worked on Halloween Horror Nights. She gives us an inside look at the horrors that went on behind the scenes.
  5. Ender

    Sleep Paralysis

    I use to have this frequently as a young man. Initially scare the shit out of me. Some times can hear heavy breathing beside me. https://www.healthxchange.sg/wellness/sleeping-disorders/sleep-paralysis-causes
  6. Whisper_2000

    Ghost stories or encounters

    Hey guys since it's the ghost month lets make it more interesting by posting ghost stories or encounters you've had?
  7. RadX

    SITEX 2015

    anybody going??
  8. Hmmmm............. I had experienced some encounters in MY ... Yahoo news: Zuji’s Poll Reveals 1 out of 5 Singaporean Travelers Encountered Spirit and Ghosts! By Ling Poh Lean | Vulcan Post Growing up in Asia, I’ve learnt my fair share of traditional superstitions. Singaporeans have quite a few superstitious customs that follow us through our daily lives, and even when we are on holiday! Some Singaporean travellers would do things like knock on the hotel room door before entering or place their sandal in opposite directions to keep unwanted ‘guests’ away. Well, the recent poll by Zuji Singapore just proved that you have every reason to be worried. According to a poll released on Monday (Sept1), one out of five Singapore-based travelers have encountered ghosts and spirits while travelling. Perhaps our customs don’t work as well as we hoped. The poll also revealed that 60 per cent of the 1,629 Singapore-based surveyed travelers believe in performing their own rituals when travelling, with 47 per cent saying that they will knock on the door of their hotel room before they enter it. This practice is widely known as a gesture to show respect for spirits that “stay” in the room. Some 15 per cent of the respondents also found people who are heavily tattooed and pierced bizarre, while 14 per cent considered the local customs, rituals, and festivals as their bizarre sightings while travelling. All these bizarre sightings or activities were mostly found in Asia with Thailand topping the list as most bizarre, followed by Malaysia and Indonesia. Since Singapore-based travelers are pretty much in love with the jet-setting lifestyle, 43 per cent of the respondants say that their biggest vacation nightmare is flight cancellation. Despite this, only 45 per cent say they will purchase travel insurance, and they will only do so when the insurance is affordable. Second on the list of the vacation woes is when one has an uneasy stomach which need a 24 hour washroom access. link: https://sg.news.yahoo.com/zuji-poll-reveals-1-5-063033281.html
  9. Zakkwylde

    Ghost car in Russia?

    http://www.topgear.com/uk/car-news/are-there-ghost-cars-in-russia-2014-04-16 This is creepy. Watch it over and over again. Still doesn't make sense. Where did the car came from? Its a busy junction and not some uninhibited ulu place.
  10. wah lau.......really choon man...watch the videos again n again...hahahaha http://youtu.be/44m9ewopBGk
  11. PetrolHead

    New showroom for Rolls-Royce in Russia

    Bespoke automaker Rolls-Royce Motor Cars celebrated the opening of its new showroom in the famous city of St. Petersburg in Russia. The new showroom will help serve increasing demand for Phantom and Ghost models and will provide the most discerning clientele in the region, with direct access to the pinnacle super luxury brand. The dealership is located at the Astoria Hotel in one of the European cultural capitals, and will be under the fine care of Tatiana Fitzgerald - who is also the Managing Director of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow. The unique Rolls-Royce Bespoke personalisation service will also be available from the new showroom, underlining the further growing popularity of this service among owners in Russia. Nearly all Phantom family models and three out of every four Ghosts contain some element of individuality. Wraith, the most powerful Rolls-Royce in history, was presented at the grand opening in St. Petersburg, for the first time by the shores of the Baltic Sea. The ultimate Gran Turismo combines super luxury and refinement with power, style and drama. The bold, charismatic lines of Wraith are a brave step forward for Rolls-Royce and the car has received overwhelming feedback since its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2013. Torsten Muller-Otvos, CEO, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, commented, "St. Petersburg, with its timeless beauty and elegance, forms the ideal backdrop to stage Rolls-Royce motor cars in this outstanding showroom. Our presence here marks an important milestone in the sustained development of Rolls-Royce in Russia." He added, "I am particularly pleased to see that a team with a proven track record in the world of super luxury will take care of the customers in and around St. Petersburg. Tatiana and her team have a wealth of experience and will add great momentum to the sphere of luxury in the Leningrad region." Tatiana Fitzgerald commented, "Rolls-Royce has a very rich history in St. Petersburg and is where the first Rolls-Royce touched Russian ground more than 100 years ago. We are really excited to write the next chapter of the Rolls-Royce story in Russia." Last year, Rolls-Royce celebrated a third consecutive record year as 3,575 cars were delivered to customers across the world, marking the highest annual sales in the 109-year history of the brand - with Russia continuing to be the best selling market in Continental Europe. 19 of the 107 dealerships in the world are located in Europe, including the new St. Petersburg showroom.
  12. In May 1913, James Radley set off from Brown's Hotel in London's Mayfair for a famous motoring adventure - the 1913 Alpine Trial. A century later, the same Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost has returned - ready to depart for a re-enactment of the event. Forming the modern day Rolls-Royce Works Team, Radley's car will join a contemporary pioneer, a 2013 Alpine Trial Centenary Collection Rolls-Royce Ghost on a faithful re-enactment of the rally in June this year. But the Works Team will be accompanied by more than 40 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts - many over a century old to traverse over 1,800 miles of Alpine roads. The rally will start in Vienna on 14th June 2013, and will pass through Italy, Croatia and Slovenia before returning to Austria's capital for a special evening hosted by Margraf Pallavicini at his Palais, exactly 100 years to the day since the finale of the original Alpine Trial. Taking in some of Europe's finest and most challenging mountain roads, the rally will meet with a group from the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club at Riva Del Garda, Italy, on Friday 21st June where 100 historic Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts will assemble for the largest gathering of its kind in history. The Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts' exceptional performance in the 1913 Alpine Trial saw it earn the moniker 'The Best Car in the World', cementing the marque's reputation for engineering excellence and impeachable reliability. To celebrate this extraordinary moment in Rolls-Royce and automotive history, the Bespoke department at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England designed and crafted a 21st century homage. Finished in an exterior hue that takes inspiration from the Radley car, the 2013 Alpine Trial Centenary Ghost features exquisitely crafted bespoke touches that elegantly tell the story of the 1913 Trial. The clock displays the stages of the rally and timings while inlays to rear picnic tables and the front fascia express the topography and distances of the Alpine route. A hand-painted coachline referencing the four Rolls-Royce motor cars that took part in the rally and headlining, colour-matched to the hood of Radley's car, completes a beautiful homage.
  13. PetrolHead

    Rolls-Royce goes pink for a noble cause

    British luxury marque, Rolls-Royce, is proud to present the FAB1, based on an extended wheelbase Rolls-Royce Ghost to support a noble cause. Headed by Chris Evans, the FAB1 Million project aims to raise
  14. [extract] As we count down to the Geneva Motor Show in March, Rolls-Royce has revealed more teaser images of the two-door version of the Ghost Saloon, known as the Wraith. "This image depicts Wraith's muscular rear haunches
  15. Picnic06-Biante15

    Viral Ghost of Japan ....

    Viral Ghost Video From Japan: Warning, very scary Captured by HP camera, spoke in Japanese which I don't understand but the video is enough to make one hair stands.,..... link: ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmjINshE3fE&feature=relmfu
  16. Heartlander

    WP NCMP Ballot Box Ghost Revisit

    I took my name out of the ballot for NCMP post: WP's Png By Saifulbahri Ismail | Posted: 21 May 2012 1821 hrs SINGAPORE: The Workers' Party's candidate for Hougang, Mr Png Eng Huat, said he had decided not to be considered for the Non-Constituency MP (NCMP) post after last year's General Election (GE). In an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia on Monday, Mr Png revealed he was against the NCMP scheme. He said this stand goes back to the time when the NCMP scheme was introduced. He did not wish for a government to dictate on the number and type of opposition members in Parliament. Mr Png added that before the GE, he had made the position clear to The Workers' Party's Secretary-General Low Thia Khiang and the party. At a rally on Sunday night, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean had asked the Workers' Party why it didn't send Mr Png to parliament as an NCMP when it had a chance to do so. Mr Png said: "I actually took my name out of the ballot for the NCMP post. Because I have a personal stand against the NCMP scheme, so that's why my name wasn't in the ballot. So I don't think DPM knows all of these." Mr Png was part of the Workers' Party team for East Coast GRC in last year's GE. The Elections Department had offered three NCMP seats to the best losing opposition candidates in last year's GE. One of the seats was offered to the Workers' Party's East Coast GRC team, which was taken up by Mr Gerald Giam. Mr Png also commented on DPM Teo's suggestion that the Workers' Party had taken the Hougang residents for granted. Mr Teo had said that the manner in which the Workers' Party handled Mr Yaw Shin Leong's expulsion from the party, which had led to the by-election, was the issue. Mr Png said Mr Teo has not visited nor talked to the residents as intensely as he had. Mr Png also pointed out the issue of Mr Yaw's expulsion was brought up by residents a few times during his home visits. Png Eng Huat clarifies involvement in NCMP ballot process By Saifulbahri Ismail | Posted: 22 May 2012 1226 hrs SINGAPORE: The Workers' Party candidate for the Hougang by-election, Mr Png Eng Huat, has clarified that he went through the ballot process for the Non-Constituency MP post last May. He clarified that his name was in the ballot, together with the names of the other WP members who had contested in East Coast GRC in the last general elections. "To clarify, my name was in the ballot paper itself that night when we went for the NCMP selection meeting. I cannot remove that name, so I have to go through the process," Mr Png said. He explained that he was just going through the balloting process, as that was the selection procedure. "But to ensure that I don't get voted, I made my stand again clear to the East Coast team, to secretary-general (Low Thia Khiang) and to a few other members to ensure that I will not be selected for the NCMP post," Mr Png added. He also said he did not have the opportunity to inform all executive committee members before the ballot process that he did not want to be considered for the NCMP position. Mg Png was speaking to the media a day after he told Channel NewsAsia in an interview that he had taken his name out of the ballot when the party was choosing the NCMP candidate. In a statement released on Monday evening, Mr Png reiterated that he had already made it clear to Secretary-General Low Thia Khiang, as well as the East Coast team, that he would not want to be considered for the NCMP position. Mr Png said this stand goes back to the time when the NCMP scheme was introduced as he did not wish for a government to dictate the number and type of opposition members in Parliament. Mr Png told reporters he "didn't even want to get one vote". He said his choice of words used during the interview with Channel NewsAsia may have been ambiguous and apologised for the confusion. I think PEH really screw up big this time. At the very least, he has big communications problem - can't even tell a simple story straight. Worst, he could have integrity problem if the truth pointed the other way. The meeting minutes is a hard evidence while talking talkng is purely private affair without backing. And if he really has principle and believe that NCMP is a really bad idea, he SHOULD have voiced out before balloting started to take out his slip, even if end in futile. This is what oppos MPs are expected to do, not coward in one corner and keep quiet. Can you trust him to discharge his duty well if elected? I don't think so. So, would you trust a leader who prata here, prata there? Someone who has to clarify and clarify and clarify, because after he tried to clear the picture, new hard evidence surfaced to throw doubt on his stand? And LTK instead of apologising for the hooha (not just admitting as genuine hor), went on the offensive to accuse others of trying to sabotage his guy and party! Would you trust this kind of leader? He should do some soul searching and say sorry for taking the Hougang residents for granted. Granted that majority of them will still support him no matter what. And about the leaked minutes, surely he has a lot of soul-searching to do too, instead of pointing fingers so readily. Something is really wrong within the party. Low Thia Khiang on NCMP ballot incident By Imelda Saad | Posted: 22 May 2012 2201 hrs SINGAPORE: The Workers' Party (WP) Secretary-General Low Thia Khiang has urged voters not to be distracted by recent events. Mr Low said they were made to "intentionally damage the party" and "sabotage" its candidate for the Hougang by-election Png Eng Huat. Mr Low was speaking on Tuesday evening at the party's second rally for the by-election. Mr Low confirmed that the leaked minutes of WP meeting to decide on the post of the Non-Constituency MP are genuine. Mr Low said he does not want to speculate how anonymous sources obtained the minutes. But he also confirmed what Mr Png has said about not being interested in the NCMP post. Producing the NCMP ballot paper on stage, Mr Low said all the names of the East Coast GRC team members were considered for the post. "This is the ballot which I prepared, with all the names of the team on the ballot paper. Png Eng Huat had told me before and after the General Election that he was strongly against the NCMP scheme and had not wanted to be considered for the NCMP position, just as Eric Tan had told me of his desire to be NCMP. However I still listed the names of the whole East Coast GRC team, because they were all part of the team." He added that even though Mr Png had said he did not want to be considered, the selection lay solely with the Central Executive Committee (CEC). Mr Png had one vote to his name. Mr Low said this shows that the party functions on a collective leadership. "In fact, I would invite all of you to take a look at the minutes (of the meeting to decide on the NCMP post). It shows that the Workers' Party functions in a fair and transparent manner where decisions are made collectively. In addition, it also dispels rumours that the CEC is made up of all 'yes' men and women or even fully controlled by Low Thia Khiang. In this case, the CEC was not unanimous in its decision," said Mr Low. "Png Eng Huat had previously stated his position on NCMP to me and some other members of of the CEC but he still got one vote; the majority voted for Gerald Giam. When the voting result was concluded, only Eric Tan decided to resign; the other members stayed united on course with the Workers' Party. This shows that the Workers' Party is a credible party and can embrace different opinions while working together as a team and moving forward," added Mr Low. The WP secretary-general said he stands by what he said when he introduced Mr Png as a man of integrity. Speaking at the same rally, WP chairman Sylvia Lim also backed Mr Png. She said that if Mr Png is elected as an MP, she will appoint him as vice-chairman of the Aljunied-Hougang Town Council. Mr Png took the opportunity to list out his plans for Hougang residents if he is elected. They include improving the estate maintenance and community events for youths. The next Workers' Party rally is expected on Thursday, a day before the Cooling-off Day when no campaigning is allowed.
  17. Bus lanes are useful only if they are fully utilised and move more passengers on the buses to their destinations faster in a jam. However, i notice there are bus lanes which remain empty during peak hours when the adjacent lanes are jammed with cars queueing for more than 1km daily!! Example: during evening peak hour along Teloh Blangah Rd under the viaduct towards VivoCity from Alexandra Rd junction all the way to VivoCity. Most of the time the buslane is empty except for a few buses. The >1km car queue affect many drivers + their passengers while the few buses which use the empty bus lane only benefit bus passengers who are out-numbered by the drivers / car-passengers. Our road system should be utilised to benefit the larger group, in this case (ie for this stretch of the road mentioned), the drivers / car-passengers. (Not counting the passengers in the vans / lorries who are also trapped in the jam.) Have you noticed other such situation else where?
  18. Greatbirdlegend

    Most unlucky day of the Ghost Festival

    Aug 15 ... remember! ----- Most unlucky day of the Ghost Festival Lianhe Wanbao - 17 hrs 18 mins ago Most unlucky day of the Ghost FestivalA Fengshui master says that 15 August is the most "dangerous" day of the Ghost Month. A Fengshui Master says that 15 August is the most unlucky day in the Seventh Month of the lunar calendar. Also known as the "Ghost Month". Fengshui Master Hong Wei Liang says that the date clashes with the Seventh Month resulting in "bad" energy. The day is known as the "Day of Breaking". According to the master, these are the things to look out for during the Seventh Month. Those who belong under the sign of the Monkey in the Chinese Zodiac should pay special attention to these "guidelines". - Be careful with what you say, and refrain from scolding anyone. Wandering spirits may take offense at your words and mistake you for scolding them. - Avoid speeding. (inSing editors: You should avoid speeding for the other 11 months too.) - Avoid peeing or spitting at the roadside. (inSing editors: You should not be doing this at all!) - Do not step over, or worse, step on offerings for wandering spirits. On 15 August, the most "dangerous" and unlucky day, you can wear red to "block negative energies". You should also reach home by 5pm to minimise any chances where you may meet wandering spirits. The Taoists believe that the gates of hell open during the Seventh Month of the lunar calendar. Many believe that wandering spirits are everywhere during this month. Taoists often make offerings to these spirits to "keep them happy" so they won't cause trouble. The full-month affair culminates on the 15th of the Seventh Lunar Month as the Hungry Ghost Festival. Source: Lianhe Wanbao, 13 July 2011. Click here for the Chinese report.
  19. I tot I just saw a ghost in white on overhead bridge looking towards AYE towards city B4 pioneer exit
  20. Mockngbrd

    China's Ghost Cities

  21. Vega

    Ghost pictures

    http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg..._the_world.html pic#5 and 6 look eerie......
  22. Was driving down upp bukit timah road at a speed of 80-90. suddenly saw a white ghost on top of the bridge near courts, hidden by the tall trees when i saw him, i last saw my speed was dropping near 80 already. Time was around 3.30 to 4.30. His camera seems to be pointing towards the left lane. Was at right most lane heading towards ngee ann poly. will i be part of his year end bonus?
  23. http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg...ilet_is_it.html