Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Singapore Haunted, a popular web TV series featuring a team of paranormal investigators exploring some of the most haunted locations in the country, has revealed amazing evidence of the paranormal at East Coast Park.
In this latest episode, the Singapore Haunted team investigated three locations at East Coast Park: Spot next to Bedok Jetty, Bayshore Underpass and the infamous Yellow Tower.
Highlights of this investigation include the ghost that still haunts the Yellow Tower. The story is many years ago, a girl and her boyfriend went to the Yellow Tower late at night. A group of men then beat up the boyfriend and went on to rape the girl. The girl died during the incident.
Apparently the ghost of the girl still haunts the Yellow Tower all these years. Using various EMF (electro magnetic field) meters, the Singapore Haunted team managed to make contact with the ghost. Most paranormal researchers believe that EMF is emitted by ghostly entities and these spikes in the EMF can be detected using EMF meters.
During the investigation, the Singapore Haunted team also left powder on the stairs of the tower and captured amazing footprints believed to be from the same female ghost. I would like to inform viewers there was no wind blowing at this area. Our night vision camera was pointing at this area and we do not see anyone or animal (cats, dogs) walking on the powder. As far as we are concerned, based on the investigations we did at the Yellow Tower, the markings on the powder are caused by an invisible entity - the same entity that made contact via our EMF meters.
Watch Singapore Haunted Episode 3: East Coast Park now! Singapore Haunted is produced and directed by yours truly for R3LOAD Network. GMM Technoworld is the official paranormal equipment sponsor of Singapore Haunted.
Update: Read my interview on Lianhe Wanbao about this episode and catch the teaser for the next Singapore Haunted episode: Labrador Nature Reserve!
Posted by I.Z. Reloaded at 5:56 PM
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