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Unseen & Unspoken

Jul 15, 2017
Unseen & Unspoken

Melaka has long been known as a historical city in Malaysia, but a lot has transpired since its glory days. Long before this country achieved its independence, political control over this quiet and poised town shifted among multiple foreign powers, including the Portuguese, Dutch, British and Japanese. While Melaka has evolved into a developed...

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JP

Feb 7, 2012
JP

Facing college life in a new city, JP Thong had no idea what awaited him when he moved thousands of miles away from home to New York, where he was to encounter the first of many paranormal experiences he was soon to have over the coming decades...

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Burmese Temple & Floating Heads

Nov 17, 2011
Burmese Temple & Floating Heads

In this episode, we have exclusive rights to film at one of the most exotic locations in Malaysia at night: The Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple. Founded on 1st August 1803, the temple is over 200 years old and was designated as one of the 15 Penang State Heritage Sites...

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Nun from Seremban

Oct 6, 2011
Nun from Seremban

I once received an unusual request whilst I was in Seremban giving lectures, talks and sharing with my friends - a nun wanted to see me! During her visit, she told me that in her residence, she was not able to sleep and every single night, something in her room would open the door...

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The Stairs

Sep 6, 2011
The Stairs

Sometime in 1994 or 1995, I and four monks stayed in a shop lot in Grik, Perak. We were there for about two to three weeks...

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