Changi Beach

This area is believed to be haunted by ghosts of the executed Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Passersby often report hearing strange crying and screaming. The heads of the dead bodies are sometimes seen flying everywhere. Headless bodies walk around the beach as well. More scary cases include a passerby witnessing a ghostly execution leaving blood stains.

During the Japanese occupation of Singapore in WWII, Sook Ching (a purge through cleansing) massacre was carried out to kill perceived hostile elements among the Chinese in Singapore by the Japanese military during the Japanese Occupation. This was after the colony was surrendered by the British empire. The current site of the popular Changi Beach Park was the site of one of the most brutal killings in Singapore's history. On 20 Feb 1942, Chinese males were lined up along the edge of the sea and shot by the military police.

Naturally, people started telling tales of ghosts that linger around Changi Beach. However, when I camped there in 2005, I was not able to sleep... not because of any paranormal activity but due to some @!#* noisy teenagers who decided to skateboard in the wee hours of the night. Aside from this, I was constantly awaken by the sound of airplanes taking off from the nearby airport. So if you're planning to camp at Changi Beach.... DON'T! The beach is better than Sentosa but it is not for camping.

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