Few years back, I won a free night at a 3-room apartment. Went there with my colleagues. I had two children then, about 4 and 2 years old respectively.
My colleagues are from the sales department. Before bed time, Leong told us about the haunted apartment in Genting. Then, everyone started their share of ghost stories. You knowlah, sales peoples always meet with ghosts when sales are not good.
We then call it a night as the kids were small. And went to sleep. Peacefully. The guys slept in the living room and the girls took up two other rooms.
The next morning, rather early, I heard a male talking. It sounded like our Insurance Manager, Lim who did not join us in the apartment stay. He was asking if the place is nice, enough place to sleep etc etc. I can only hear one voice.
So, I stepped out of my room hoping to greet Lim. And found Leong sleeping alone. The other colleagues had gone down for some sunrise walk. No one else is around.
I did not give much thought about it until breakfast when I asked Leong whom he talked to earlier? He went, Huh? I told him I can hear a male talking. Weird?
Then, he asked me back, “Why did your baby cried so much last night?”
This time, we were spooked. Our apartment had these separated wings and not side by side. So, it is unlikely that the next door unit neighbours were talking. Moreover, I was very sure that the voice I heard came from the living room, very near.
And Leong insisted he heard baby crying from my room. Which my son absolutely did not.
So, we concluded that yeah, there were noises and voices. We never returned to that apartment anymore. Not even when offered for free. A few deaths had happened from drowing in the pool. My sister had gone sick after one night stay there too.
I guess by now, most of you heard that hotels usually leave an empty room no matter how high the occupancy is? Is this true?
The above are amatuerish. Try these two links for some real stuffs:
Doctors and ghost