Cursed “ghost ambulance” of Bandung brought to Jakarta, yet to drive itself back

Once upon a time in Bandung, West Java, an ambulance picked up an injured victim from a house on Jalan Bahureksa. Legend has it that the victim died in the ambulance. The death supposedly put an eternal curse on the vehicle, one that would cause the ambulance to always be found mysteriously back at the house of the deceased, despite attempts to move it.The ambulance has become a sort of mini tourist attraction in Bandung, to the point that it became rusted and run down while still parked on the front lawn of the now abandoned house.But recently, some ballsy antique car collectors challenged the myth and bought the ambulance. First, it was bought by somebody from Parung, Bogor, and has even more recently been bought by a resident of Kebayoran Baru in Jakarta.

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The most CHILLING photograph ever taken: Little girl’s doll came to life then VANISHED

IT has a shocking face of white porcelain and a smile to send shivers right down your spine.

 

And this doll, which used to reside in one of the most haunted houses in the world, has a story even creepier than its ghost-like appearance.

Located in Key West Florida, a number of spooky sightings and weird sensations have been witnessed in Audubon House, which was the home of Captain Jack Geiger, a well-known wrecker, and his 12 children more than 200 years ago.But no stories are more terrifying than that of the ‘Camera Shy Doll’ that lived there.

Hundreds of visitors and passers-by have witnessed apparitions of children laughing, crying and playing in the nursery. The captain himself has even been seen walking with his daughter Hannah in the gardens.

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The CERN Witch Has Risen

This Halloween, meet CERN’s very own WITCH – an experiment at ISOLDE, the laboratory’s nuclear facility. The 31 October conjures up images of pumpkins, ghouls and the iconic witch –complete with pointy hat and black cat. CERN’s WITCH (the Weak Interaction Trap for Charged Particles) experiment may not have the cat, but it does have its own particle-track broomstick.