A Malaysian man recently encountered a spine-chilling experience during his stay at a hotel in Bukit Merah, which he documented on TikTok. The man arrived at the hotel around 7:09 pm and proceeded to check into his room. Initially, everything seemed normal, but within just two minutes, he claimed to have experienced unsettling disturbances.
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According to his account, he heard knocks on the door, and the toilets began flushing unexpectedly. Feeling unnerved, he started praying for comfort. Strangely, the disturbances ceased momentarily but resumed right after he finished praying. Deciding to capture the eerie events, he began recording the incident.
Curiously, once he started recording, the paranormal activities seemed to subside. Nevertheless, he felt an overwhelming urge to leave, not wanting to take any chances, especially as he was the sole guest in the entire hotel. He hastily packed his belongings, left his room, and while waiting for the elevator, he alleged that he saw a ghost just as the lift doors were closing. At the lobby, he promptly returned his room keys to the counter staff and hastily exited the hotel.
The man recounted, “It was less than 30 minutes, and I was already disturbed. I took out my phone to charge it for a moment, and suddenly, the door behind me slammed shut. I called out to inquire if anyone was there, but there was no response.” Alarmed, he decided to record his surroundings and claimed to have heard the curtains in the bathroom rustling, as if being pulled, though no one was present.
Realizing that the night ahead would be far from peaceful, despite having paid RM60 for the room, he made the swift decision to check out after just 20 minutes of checking in. Many netizens expressed concern for his safety, given the hotel’s longstanding reputation for being haunted. Some were relieved that he made it out unharmed, while others found it astonishing that he had even checked into the hotel in the first place.
The man clarified that he shared his experience not to offend anyone but to serve as a warning to others to steer clear of the haunted hotel. In light of these events, it leaves one to ponder: Would you have remained in the room under similar circumstances, or would you have followed suit and made a hasty exit?