In safe Singapore’s ‘cursed’ town, ghosts and odd happenings

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SINGAPORE: With a torch in one hand and an electromagnetic meter in the other, supernatural investigator Charles Goh wanders through some bushes in suburban Singapore looking for hidden graves that could give him clues to a demon-possessed encounter three decades ago.

Goh’s investigation revealed that he was a resident of Yishun. Led to a rare visit by tourists who have witnessed one of the safest cities in the world for criminal, bizarre, and sometimes supernatural events.

In recent years, Jesus has seen automated blankets on buses, cats being strangled, bizarre carnage, giant caterpillars, and ghost watching – satirical sites, online memes, and local media coverage.

Even Netflix, the world’s largest streaming service, mocked the city’s unfortunate beauty for promoting the mysterious series ‘Stranger Things’ and other scary content for local audiences. One blogger created a ring road that encircles the city in a “devil’s bell.”

Local politicians say there are rational explanations for these events and statistics show that crime rates are not uncommon.

But Goh, the safety manager for a construction firm, speculates that the city’s burgeoning old burial grounds may have been behind the scary encounter at a military camp in Yeshun thirty years ago.

“The day I look for life, the night I look for the dead,” said Goh, who founded the Asia Paranormal Investigator Society in 2005.

Others who have examined Jesus’ “strange and sometimes dangerous” reputation, such as the Japanese YouTuber Giz Ogison, have come to a less interesting conclusion.

“I knew it was a good loss. “He started making videos about Jesus last year,” said Jason.

But the simplicity of his competition with the friendly local, tasty food, and clean parks did not dampen his interest in the video, attracting thousands of views.

He says part of the attraction for his Japanese audience is that Singapore is seen as an unsafe place. It was ranked the second safest city in the world after Tokyo last year in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Safe Cities Index.

Lewis Ng, a local MP, said Jesus’ reputation could be attributed to the fact that “bad news sells faster than good news” Is A safe city with a strong sense of security.

Speaking of minor encounters, NG said: “We have found many temples around Jesus, so hopefully this will help stop the curse and the supernatural forces that are playing.”

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