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PULAU TEKONG GHOST STORY: WHITE FEMALE GHOST FORCED SERGEANT TO SHOOT HIMSELF WITH BLANKS

That evening when Sgt A went ahead of his platoon alone that evening, he saw a white, seemingly female figure. This figure told Sgt A to follow. For some reason, Sgt A felt compelled to follow and couldn't resist. He also mentioned he seem to be viewing everything from a 3rd person perspective from behind ie. he was somehow looking at himself from behind following the white figure.

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TEN THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT PULAU TEKONG

On 29 May 1990, national servicemen spotted three Asian elephants which had apparantly swum 1.5 km across the Straits of Johor to the island. A joint effort by the Singapore Zoo and Malaysian Wildlife Department eventually recaptured the elephants and they were relocated back to the forests of Johor by 10 Jun.

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PULAU TEKONG GHOST STORY: WHITE FIGURE SPOTTED ON THURSDAY NIGHT

The story I am going to share happened on Tekong as well. It happened to my fellow instructor in February 2000 when I was a Recce instructor in School of Military Intelligence. We are required to bring our trainees to Tekong for regular training. My fellow instructor, I call him "A", brought a group of trainees to Tekong and he followed a team for their night mission.

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PULAU TEKONG GHOST STORY: I KNOW WHAT HAPPENED THAT NIGHT

I used to know the duty NCO for that night when Recruit Tham passed away. The duty NCO Corporal Ricky Chua was under Tekong CCO. On that night around 3 am, Tekong CCO sent vehicles to search for recruit Tham together with the officers in Charlie coy. In fact, those involved were quite excited about the search when they knew that one recruit was unaccounted for.

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THE GHOSTLY STORY BEHIND PULAU TEKONG THREE-DOOR BUNK - PART 1

Singaporeans who have underwent military training should be aware of the ghostly story of Pulau Tekong 3 door bunk that is located was located in Pulau Tekong Camp 1. Camp 1 is now defunct. I was part of that batch of recruits when Recruit Tham W.K died. In April 1983, the recruits in Charlie Company, Infantry Training Depot were preparing for their 16 KM route march. The OC of the coy as per protocol, asked whether the recruits were feeling unwell. None raise their hand. However, one Recruit Tham was down with flu but kept quiet.

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MY PULAU TEKONG STORY

In 1978 when I enlisted to Singapore Polytechnic, we called one of our classmates as Tekong simply because he came from Pulau Tekong. During weekdays, he stayed with his uncle in Bedok. Every morning, he caught bus number 2 to North Bridge Road, and changed to bus number 209 to Singapore Polytechnic (Dover Road campus). He had to spend more then 3 hours on public buses during school terms. During weekends, he would take a bumboat from Changi Point back to his hometown.

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