Thief Spends Three Days Trapped In Haunted House

December 14, 2008

Malaysia (ChattahBox) – A Malaysian burglar who broke into an empty house thinking he could make a quick buck ended up spending three nights being held prisoner by what he claims were paranormal forces.

The 36 year old man, who’s name has not been released, says he was held to the floor for three days without food or water by a “supernatural figure” who refused to allow him to leave. When the house’s owner returned, he found the thief lying on the floor, severely dehydrated and weak, as well as exhausted.

He called and ambulance and the man was sent to the hospital, where he underwent treatment. There is no word as to his condition, or what police say they believe happened in the house.


3 Responses to “Thief Spends Three Days Trapped In Haunted House”

  1. Stranger on December 14th, 2008 6:08 pm

    And he’ll probably try to sell his story to some author or movie producer. I’d like to know what happened. My guess? He got nervous and was overcome with a paralizing fear which left him immobilized for awhile. He probably believed too much in the nonsense that he claims occurred.

  2. usagitaro on December 15th, 2008 10:59 pm

    You may not believe it but this thing is common in many kampungs throughout the country. Even in my kampung there are one or two houses of the quite rich families which having the same phenomenon, only for bad intention work. If you just pass by nothing will happen but once you enter the house and hold some of the belongings you won’t be able to exit and if you release them you will instanly see the way out.

  3. Jim McNeely on January 3rd, 2009 5:40 pm

    Amazing story, it reminds me of the story in the Bible where Ellijah was surrounded by enemies and they were blinded and rode off course allowing him to escape. Truly, there is more than just the physical word.

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