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Monday, August 30, 2010

Paranormal Activity of Singapore's very Own ! ( Changi is Haunted)



In January of 2010, a group of local filmmakers began exploring the famously haunted Old Changi Hospital in Singapore with terrifying and tragic results. This movie pieces together the original Haunted Changi film crew’s footage to tell the full story of what happened.

I know this sounds a lot like The Blair Witch Project, but movies set in creepy old buildings – The Shining, Session 9, House On Haunted Hill – always pique my interest and I loved the authentic nature of the project.

The reverse-chronological-order blog, which includes production photos and visitor comments, is fascinating and details the making of the crew’s “documentary” on the supposedly haunted Old Changi Hospital and how that small project morphed into Haunted Changi, the motion picture. http://hauntedchangi.blogspot.com/



The Hospital: What also adds to the authentic charm of Haunted Changi is the background on Changi Hospital – a real place known as Old Changi Hospital or OCH to Singaporeans.

After some research, I discovered the following facts:

OCH was originally built as a British military barracks in the 1930s and is actually considered to be one of the most haunted places in the world.

The Japanese military, who gained control of the island in a 1942 WWII battle known as “The Battle of Singapore,” used OCH as their headquarters from 1942-1945 and there were many rumors of secret tunnels, torture chambers and executions of POWs conducted on the grounds.

In the 1950s, the former military flashpoint was turned into a public hospital and officially named Changi Hospital.

The Singapore government shut down operations at Old Changi Hospital in 1997 and it has since been abandoned.



Framed by jungle overgrowth, the creepy old building, while ominous in the daytime, is flat-out terrifying at night. And Haunted Changi is at its best and scariest when the crew is wandering the halls of the cavernous rundown hospital – it’s hard to imagine Hollywood creating a better haunted house set than OCH.

Haunted Changi is a movie that takes its time to build momentum, but like Paranormal Activity, we are never bored. And the film’s disarming first act beautifully set ups the tension-filled second act, which features some unforgettable frightening moments.

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3 comments:

  1. I have been to OCH before. Ultimately we did not see or sense anything there, but I guess it depends on the individual.

    If you want to see "things", "things" will allowed themselves to be seen by you.

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  3. Jocelyn EricksonJuly 1, 2016 at 4:09 AM

    damn the clown it is going to get me tonigh! guess its a date let see if i get lucky

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