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Post time 22-9-2013 04:57 AM | Show all posts
cikatilia posted on 21-9-2013 11:13 AM
TQ bebeh add pitcha.. haha
last week opis aku block forum.. xdpt update.. will start update mulai ...

hehehe...
share is good
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Post time 22-9-2013 05:12 AM | Show all posts
Epecuen, Argentina
in november 1985 this town gone because heavy rainstorm, sink 10 meter under the water
28 years later this town exist again













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Post time 22-9-2013 05:48 AM | Show all posts
Kolmasnkop, Namibia
build in 1908 until 1954 because diamond mines finaly dried up, and now that town sank by dust/sand

























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 Author| Post time 23-9-2013 08:07 AM | Show all posts
The_New_Cabul posted on 22-9-2013 05:12 AM
Epecuen, Argentina
in november 1985 this town gone because heavy rainstorm, sink 10 meter under the ...

this is nice
mcm tinggal habuk2 aje bangunan..

scary gila!!
nice bebeh!!
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 Author| Post time 23-9-2013 08:19 AM | Show all posts
Bukit Besi Terengganu (MALAYSIA)





Located 85 km south of Kuala Terengganu, iron-ore at Bukit Besi was first discovered by a team of Japanese geologists in 1919 and in 1923; Kuhara Mining Company secured the mining rights and placed Dungun in the world map. The company employed 130 Japanese and more than 3,000 locals to work in the mine. During World War II, the mining was taken over by Nippon Mining Company but the hardship of war had taken its toll on the production of the iron ore. It was taken over by a British company after the war ended.  Later on, an American mining company, Eastern Mining & Metal Company Limited (EMMCO) took over the operations employing more than 8,000 workers including locals and foreigners. Dungun district emerged as one of the worlds largest iron-ore supplier to meet the world industrial demand.

However, in the early 1970s, economic downturn and the depleting resources was the reason good enough for the company to abandon the operation as it is no longer viable to mine. Today, visitors can still marvel at the remnants of tunnels, processing plants, stockpile buildings, the managers exclusive residence and parts of the rail tracks to Pantai Teluk Lipat in Kuala Dungun. Chimneys spread among the vast area further adds to the mystery. It was believed to be remnants of a network of underground processing plant built by the Japanese during the second World War. To those looking for souvenirs, some raw, unprocessed iron-ore can still be found scattered on the ground, a stark reminder of one of the biggest iron-ore producer in the world.































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 Author| Post time 23-9-2013 08:24 AM | Show all posts
Kampung Kepayang (Perak)

Kampung Kepayang, in Perak, is almost uninhabited, with only two or three shophouses being in use. This is a result of the widening of the main road, which made it difficult to park a vehicle, and resulted in the shops losing business. However, there are still Malayswho reside in the village houses behind the shop houses, and the addresses in Simpang Pulai are still written as "Kampung Kepayang".


















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 Author| Post time 23-9-2013 10:56 AM | Show all posts
Location: Sanzhi district, New Taipei, Taiwan



Story: This area called Sanzhi was originally a vacation resort catering to U.S. servicemen north of Taipei. The architecture could be called UFO futuro chic, and the abandoned resort community had difficulties from the beginning. During construction, many workers perished in car accidents, and other freak accidents were common. The urban legend online search trail places the death count close to twenty. The deaths were attributed to supernatural causes. Some speculated that the resort was built on a Dutch burial ground while others attributed the misfortunes to a dragon statue destroyed during construction. Either way, the ruins never took their first guest, and the stillborn project was abandoned.
Abandoned since: 1980





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 Author| Post time 23-9-2013 12:45 PM | Show all posts
Neo Tiew estate (or officially the Lim Chu Kang Rural Centre) Singapore (PART 1)
A few blocks of HDB flats (apartment flats) located in the Lim Chu Kang area of the island is known to be the only ghost town in Singapore. Named the Neo Tiew estate (or officially the Lim Chu Kang Rural Centre), it used to house residents before they were moved out of the vicinity in 2002 as part of an En-bloc scheme. Since then the Singapore government has declared it state land and nothing was done to demolish or renovate the flats. The area was used by the Singapore Army as a training facility from 2005-2009 until a newer training facility was built nearby in 2008. Its current fate is unknown.

sedikit kisah seram:-


Neo Tiew (1883 C 1975) was a pioneer in development of Lim Chu Kang area. He involved in developing roads and setting up schools, clinics and power stations. During World War II, Neo mobilized fellow patriots in aid of the British army in the defence of Lim Chu Kang and Kranji. Sadly, his entire family of 35 was killed in 1942 and only he and his fourth son managed to escape the Japanese.


"There is a legend that the king of the banana trees was planted behind the flats. One person wanted to strike a fortune in lottery, so he prayed at the tree. He threatened the king by putting seven pins into the tree. After he became rich, he ran off and bought a condo, but forgot to remove the pins. Thus the king of the banana trees died, and the spirit has been seeking revenge since. After this happened, the block of flats became abandoned.


In the past, this was a lively estate, when it was built in 1979. The soldiers from the nearby army camps used to frequent its food centers for meals. Then later the place was en bloc in 2002, and the residents evicted elsewhere. Since then, it has been taken over by the SAF for training purposes.










Team Asia Paranormal split in pairs and did a quick walkabout of the main areas, it seems like the whole place is deserted and ruined. There are a lot of signs of neglect and destruction. Even though it was in the daytime, it also does feel very quiet and eerie. There was only the occasional sounds of cars driving past and the cries of birds.

We discover that there are a few blocks of flats, around 6 of them. These are old style HDB flats, only 3 stories high. They all look ruined and neglected. There is also a what we believe is a food center or market and a playground. One of our team members had heard about this playground and it is supposedly haunted, especially during the night. If you hang around this playground at night, it could be dangerous.





The playground rumoured to be very haunted

Other than the signs of wear and tear, we did not detect nor feel anything wrong with the playground.

We decide to proceed into one of the blocks of flats for a quick look. The interior are all full of vandalism and rubbish. There are also army equipment on the ground, no doubt left behind by the training soldiers. There are walls torn down, stairs broken and windows broken.


Joan: This is a Japanese phrase which means "hot"


More rubbish

On the ground lobby, we discovered weirder vandalism.


who's chris?

What's K.U.G? A group? Or an organization?

Overall, Neo Tiew feels just like an abandoned town, no feelings of spookiness and eeriness. Finally, we discovered something eerie and horrifying at one of the ground floor lobbies:


Evidence of Satanic rituals or very bored people?

666 is widely known as the number of the Beast (Satan) in the Book of Revelations, while a pentagram is a religious symbol used in Wiccan, Jewish and Christian traditions. If a goat head is included within the pentagram, it is used as the symbol for the Church of Satan.


The Sigil of Baphomet

Was this place used as a place of worship for Satan, including Satanic rituals? Or was this just the work of bored vandals? We could not confirm too much as there were not any signs or evidence of rituals having taken place here.

Dear readers, what do you think?

During our examination of this wall, we heard noises which seem to be people talking. Looking around somemore, we discovered that we were not alone, as there were other people here. They were foreign construction workers, maybe taking a break here or hiding out here.

Finally, Team Asia Paranormal decided to leave the place. We took one last look at the exterior of the place.
These pics were taken from the exterior

Overall, the rumors and legends attached to this place does not do prove much, as though our exploration. One can only imagine that this place was a lively town until a few years ago. Why would it be haunted, since no prominent incidents took place there?

Our Feng Shui expert explains that even though nothing may have happen there, once a place is abandoned, spirits will linger around and attach themselves to that place due to the lack of human activities. Even if human activities are restored, the spirits will still be around and in some cases, angered by the disturbance. Thus a medium or psychic will be required to cleanse the spirits away before humans can come back in again.









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 Author| Post time 23-9-2013 02:30 PM | Show all posts
Neo Tiew estate (or officially the Lim Chu Kang Rural Centre) Singapore (PART 2)

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Post time 24-9-2013 08:39 AM | Show all posts
huhu kat malaysia pun ade tempat2 mcm ni.. taktau la pulak ha..
terbaik la!
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 Author| Post time 24-9-2013 08:41 AM | Show all posts
khailya posted on 24-9-2013 08:39 AM
huhu kat malaysia pun ade tempat2 mcm ni.. taktau la pulak ha..
terbaik la!

tapi malaysia punya tak sepenuhnya abandoned la.. cuma kat kedai tu xde org.. tp kat belakang rumah kedai still ada kampong

and tempat yg dah roboh tu of cos takde org
tp sekitar masih ada penempatan...

apa2pon rumah kedai tu takut kan?? scary... aku penah lalu kot dulu masa nak pi ipoh.
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Post time 24-9-2013 09:02 AM | Show all posts
cikatilia posted on 24-9-2013 08:41 AM
tapi malaysia punya tak sepenuhnya abandoned la.. cuma kat kedai tu xde org.. tp kat belakang ruma ...

tgk yg kt tganu tu pun nampak scary je ..
huhu mesti berhantu tempat tu...
yg kt perak tu... nape eh jadi pekan tinggal lak....
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 Author| Post time 24-9-2013 09:21 AM | Show all posts
khailya posted on 24-9-2013 09:02 AM
tgk yg kt tganu tu pun nampak scary je ..
huhu mesti berhantu tempat tu...
yg kt perak tu... nap ...

sebabnya pembesaran jalan raya..
mcm simple tapi xde tempat kot nak park keta if semua jalan raya..

Kerja-kerja melebarkan Jalan Persekutuan yang terbentang di tengah-tengah pekan kecil tersebut menyebabkan tiadanya tempat letak kereta, sekaligus menjadi salah satu faktor kedai-kedai di pekan itu gulung tikar kerana perniagaan terjejas. Ditambah pula dengan pembangunan serta wujudnya premis ONE STOP CENTRE yang banyak terdapat di sekitar Ipoh, menjadikan kedai-kedai tradisional seperti di Kampung Kepayang, menjadi tempat-tempat berhantu kerana ditinggalkan.

Biarpun Kampung Kepayang sekarang telah menjadi sebuah pekan hantu, namun alamat-alamat bagi kawasan itu yang berposkod 31300 termasuk Simpang Pulai, masih bertulis Kampung Kepayang sebagai nama pekan atau bandar. Sebabnya segala urusan mel kawasan tersebut diuruskan oleh Pejabat Pos Kampung Kepayang yang kini telah berpindah ke Simpang Pulai.

Pekan yang dikelilingi oleh kampung Melayu suatu waktu dahulu terkenal dengan jualan buah-buahan seperti durian, rambutan, cempedak dan sebagainya yang dikeluarkan daripada dusun-dusun penduduk. Terdapat juga sebuah masjid yang masih digunakan di hujung bangunan kedai dua tingkat jenis lama itu.




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 Author| Post time 30-9-2013 02:26 PM | Show all posts
Doelm Beveren (Belgium)



Doel is a village in Beveren that was partly abandoned and demolished to make way for the expanding of the Port Of Antwerp.









GHOST TOWN - DOEL, BELGIUM
Slowly, very slowly, the last residents will move out of the village on the river and everything will be torn down. Well, this hasn't stopped some pretty talented graffiti from getting their share of free canvas to display their artwork Walking through the village is like walking through an art museum.














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 Author| Post time 30-9-2013 06:24 PM | Show all posts
Kalas Village, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kalas is a village that was abandoned and demolished at the start of the Bosnian War














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Agdam Rayon, Azerbaijan

Agdam, the capital of Agdam Rayon, is a ghost town in the southwestern part of Azerbaijan. In July 1993, after heavy fighting, Agdam was captured by the forces of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic during its 1993 summer offensives. As the town fell, its entire population were forced to flee eastwards. Many Azerbaijanis were killed by Armenian soldiers, and many Armenians were killed by Azerbaijani soldiers. In the immediate aftermath of the fighting, the Armenian forces decided to destroy parts of Agdam to prevent its recapture by Azerbaijan More damage occurred in the following decades when the deserted town was looted for building materials. Agdam is currently a ruinous, uninhabited ghost town.[10] The town's large mosque also survives in bad condition.

















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North Brother island, New York, USA

Inside the lost island of New York: Eerie pictures of the abandoned leper colony just 350 yards from the Bronx

Stairwells strewn with debris and walls crumbling slowly to dust, it is the island that New York forgot for 50 years.
Now, in a series of extraordinarily eerie pictures, the lost world of North Brother - quarantine zone, leper colony and centre for drug addicts - has been brought back to life.
It is hard to believe that these echoing corridors and abandoned halls were home to hundreds of patients - or that a criss-cross of tree-lined avenues were once roads.
But the haunting quality of these pictures makes it easy to imagine that it was a place of indescribable misery, which one inmate compared to the notorious black hole of Calcutta.


Lost world: An iron spiral staircase shoots up through crumbling floorboards at the hospital (left). The main staircase in the western wing of the nurses building (right) is littered with leaves and crumbling debris


Eerie: The skeletal remains of chairs lie on the floor in a small auditorium in the school and services building


Snowbound: The window has fallen out of the wall in this science classroom in the school (left) while tiles cling to a long-abandoned bathtub (right), one of two in the western wing of the tuberculosis pavilion


Misplaced: The altarpiece from the chapel was moved to a maintenance building before the island was abandoned where it still sits on a table

Closed in 1963, it is now a haunting labyrinth of crumbling ruins.Protected birds are its only inhabitants and the waters around the island are patrolled by armed coastguards who ensure the sanctity of the former quarantine zone is never violated
Meanwhile, the hospital, staff and patient quarters and forced drug rehabilitation centres are slowly reverting to nature.
These pictures were taken by local historian and photographer Ian Ference who was given unprecedented access to the site. He has slowly pieced together the forgotten story of this unique landscape.
This has got to be one of America's most important places to visit,' he said. 'Historically it has had a notorious and sometimes sinister reputation.
'It was established as a forced quarantine camp for people suffering from infectious and often fatal diseases such as typhoid, scarlet fever, yellow fever and typhus. There were six people suffering from leprosy confined here in wooden huts.


Back to nature: The main road running north to south through the island is hidden below a thick layer of undergrowth. To the right are the nurses' residence and doctors' cottage and to the left are the maintenance building and tennis courts


The first floor of the tuberculosis pavilion contained a fufully functional medical facility, including three x-ray stations (left): Each dormitory room inside the nurses' building contained a small sink and shelving unit (right)


Wilderness: The island is still off limits and is inhabited only by birds since it was closed in 1963


Ghost town: A road leads between the morgue to the right and the physical plant and coal house to the left (left) while in the boys' dormitory most of the books were cast-offs from Queens Public Library


Home: The accommodation for medical staff was limited, including this physician's bedroom inside the doctors' cottage


Ravages of time: In many places, including the nurses'  building (left), the floor is  thick with rubble. However, in a third floor of the northern wing of the doctors' building, a room is surprisingly intact


Workhouse: Heavy-duty machinery was left to rot inside the maintenance building when the island was abandoned in 1963


Overgrown: The front of the tuberculosis building can be glimpsed through a tangle of bushes and trees


Relic: The examination table in the morgue was left behind. Other pieces of equipment, including the autopsy table, have been removed


Day-to-day life: A stores ledger lies open on the last entry in the physicians' cottage (left) while the facade of the building which once housed the colony's nurses is almost covered by foliage


Fit for purpose: The gymnasium was added to the school and services building in the 1950s in the hopes that athleticism could help overcome addiction





Power source: A view of the coal house where much of the roof is gone and fallen rafters are strewn across the floor


As it was: North Brother Island circa 1937








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Post time 14-11-2013 01:42 PM | Show all posts
This reminds me of Astro History Channel program "Live After People". The program was very cool..
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Post time 21-11-2013 08:40 AM | Show all posts
ada sejarah tersendiri
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Post time 21-11-2013 08:49 AM | Show all posts
Kat malaysia pon byk jugak kan... baru2 ni kecoh pasal Villa Nabila and Kemayan Mall...

Scary
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Post time 22-11-2013 04:57 PM | Show all posts
smart!
buat poster pun cantik
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Post time 22-11-2013 07:56 PM | Show all posts
cikatilia posted on 20-9-2013 10:59 PM
Ukraine (Part 2)



Wah best thread nih.
Cantik dan scary gambar2 tuh.

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Post time 25-11-2013 11:58 AM | Show all posts
scary kalo pegi ... tp geng2 seekers ske la ni
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Post time 4-2-2014 06:48 PM | Show all posts
tragik sgt
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Post time 7-2-2014 03:59 AM | Show all posts
cantik dan unik..
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