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Home > Horror News > Local Horror News > Bony Find Rattles Neighbours
Bony Find Rattles Neighbours
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HALLOWEEN SCARE IN EMPTY HOUSE (Source: extracted from the New Paper Online)
Bony find rattles neighbours
By Maureen Koh
November 02, 2006

MAN or animal? No one could say for certain.
But hearing the news that some bone-like objects were discovered by the police in a dark, empty bungalow in a quiet neighbourhood, was enough to spook those living in the area.
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A plastic bag of the bone-like items (below right) is carried out of the bungalow (above), which has been vacant since Chinese New Year this year. — KUA CHEE SIONG

Especially on Halloween night.

Residents in the Buckley Road area, near Newton Road, returned home last night to find police officers moving about in the house.

It is one of three units which will make way for a five-storey residential project, Buckley 18.

As the curious onlookers walked up to the cordoned-off area, news of the ‘discovery’ spread quickly.

A woman who did not want to be named, exclaimed: ‘Oh my! Are you sure? But no one has been living in the house lately, and we’ve not even seen vagrants on the premises.’

Neighbours told The New Paper that the previous owners had moved out shortly after Chinese New Year this year.

Another woman, who was walking her dog, said: ‘No one has been living there, but in the past month, my dog has been running towards the house.

‘He’d growl and bark quite often, but I didn’t think much of it. I thought he was barking at some stray cats and I even scolded him.

‘Maybe he was trying to draw my attention to whatever was inside. This is quite frightening.’

A man who only wanted to be known as Peter, said: ‘This neighbourhood is quite peaceful. In the night, you’d only see owners or maids walking their dogs.

‘What did the police really find?’ he asked.

No one had a clue.

Not even Mr Tan, who works for Poh Lian Construction, the firm awarded the contract from Hong Realty Pte Ltd to work on the condominium project.

He told The New Paper: ‘We started work two houses away, four days ago.’

Mr Tan, who is responsible for locking up the houses, claimed he has not gone inside the ‘affected’ unit, but added that a group of people from the firm was there on Monday for soil-testing.
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– KUA CHEE SIONG

‘We had finished work at about 6pm and I was on the way to a dinner gathering when my boss called and asked me to come here to open the gate for the police,’ he said.

He said he had no idea what was inside the house and that he had no intention of going inside.

‘Of course, I’m frightened, lah,’ he said.

Two hours later, at about 9.30pm, police officers were seen leaving the house with a black trash bag.

Police spokesman Mohamed Razif said: ‘At 7.20pm today, police received a call that some assistance was required at an old house in Buckley Road.

Police found some bone-like items inside a wooden box. The items have been seized and investigation is ongoing.’

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