Recommendation by Lemi
Anguished screams and shadow people drift in the long-emptied halls of Singapore’s most haunted spot, Old Changi Hospital. During World War II, Japanese troops invaded and occupied the city. The Kempeitai (Japanese military police) converted the hospital to a prison camp where they allegedly detained and tortured 50,000 people. A small room in Old Changi is said to have heavy chains on the walls and traces of a torture device. Whatever you do, keep with the group. The hospital’s most troubled areas (like the mortuary and operating theater) have long been demolished, but the personal encounters haven’t stopped. On some occasions, a person will be drawn to break away, thinking they are following a friend. If they’re lucky, the person will be discovered just a little disoriented while a few visitors were never found again.
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