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Malaysian Ghosts: Orang Minyak

May 12, 2018
Malaysian Ghosts: Orang Minyak

Of the many types of Malaysian ghost, one of the most perplexing is the Orang Minyak, literally translated as ‘Oily Man’. However, the exact nature of the Orang Minyak is unknown...

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The Mysterious Dark Watchers

Oct 24, 2017
The Mysterious Dark Watchers

Dear friends around the world, As most of you will know, I have always been attracted to tales of supernatural creatures and cryptids like Bigfoot, faeries, aliens, trolls, little people, spirits and the list goes on. On my blog, there is a section specifically dedicated to articles and stories on these supernatural beings (you...

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