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Paranormal Experiences Occur Everywhere – Part 1!

Feb 3, 2012
Paranormal Experiences Occur Everywhere – Part 1!

I like Steven Wong's stories very much as it shows that spirits and unseen beings are actually not restricted to specific areas like cemeteries or abandoned houses. Instead, they are everywhere...

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Till I See Blood

Feb 2, 2012
Till I See Blood

After sleepless nights in Bangkok, Angel finally fell asleep, only to find herself struggling for her breath as she was rudely awakened by an unseen stranger. Feeling pressed down by a great weight, Angel continued to struggle for a few minutes...

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