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Bottles Tree: The Mystery of Tree Worship at Tanjong Pager






A so-called sacred tree man-made or by supernatural power? Written by SPI team, edited by John Kwok, PhD candidate, History researcher “Sacred” Trees in Singapore In 2007, a road accident involving a roadside African Mahogany tree at Jurong in Singapore was published in the local press. The focus however, was not the tragedy of the accident, […]

The Ghoulish Trail (3rd Stop)






Fort canning Park Kampong Java Park Bukit Brown Cemetery (Kopi Hill) Mt Pleasant Cemetery Devil’s Bend Old Changi Hospital History George Henry Brown arrived from Calcutta via Penang about 1840.  He bought the area and called it Mount Pleasant.  Brown was a ship owner in Singapore trading to China and Japan.  He was a strong […]

SPI Investigates Old Fort Motor Factory & Bukit Chandu






Introduction The 14th and 15th of February each year mark one of the most significant days in Singapore, not just because of the Valentine’s Day season, but also because these are the days in 1942 which led to the fall of Singapore. The same days which led to what is known as one of the […]

Black Magic






Definition Black magic & Evil spells is the use of negative energies and supernatural powers by some jealous people to harm and destroy other’s life and future. Ghosts & spirits are unsettled souls who have not reached their correct destination and spread ill-luck & bad vibes with their presence. All these evil influences can destroy […]

Ghost Marriage






Do ghosts get married? Why do they demand so? How was such spiritual wedding like? In this intriguing investigation, SPI exclusively interviewed the Taoist Priest in-depth from Seng Wang Beo Temple who has many years of experiences in conducting this ghost marriage ritual. The observation of such amazing ritual was documented and published for research […]

Haunted House Explained (Part 3)






How To Know if Your House is Haunted SPI was invited to investigate a haunted residential house of more than 100 years old. Nobody can bear to live there longer than a month How do you know if that persistent rapping on your walls is bad plumbing or a mischievous spirit? Here are some of […]