Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Haunted Villa Nabila missing children

According to rumors in the social media, 23 children went missing at allegedly haunted Villa Nabila, an abandoned bungalow in Danga Bay. Villa Nabila is one of the five spookiest places in Malaysia. Rumours have been circulating on the Internet that a group of kids playing in the abandoned house had gone missing.

But there is no truth in these reports according to Malaysia Police:

Johor Baru (South) deputy OCPD Supt Abdul Samad Salleh said Monday that police had only received a report about a 16-year-old boy missing since Saturday and purportedly seen entering the villa.

"It is just hearsay. I urged the public not to believe in it and to stop spreading rumours," he said when met at the scene.
Source : Police: No group of children went missing at 'haunted' Villa Nabila in Danga Bay

And that single missing boy is found:

The 16-year-old boy who reportedly went missing after entering Villa Nabila, an abandoned bungalow here listed as one of the top five spookiest places in the country, has been found. Mohamad Izzat Izzudin Hussin, 16, was said to be at a friend's house in Bandar Dato Onn here.

His mother Norhayati Mohamad, 39, said the police informed her that her son was found around 2am Tuesday. "I am relieved because I truly believed that some unearthly being had taken him," she said when contacted.

Source : Missing boy in 'haunted' Villa Nabila misadventure found

Villa Nabila
Villa Nabila
According to urban legends, a caucassian family occupied the family until they were brutally murdered there. Since than the mansion is left empty. In other versions, the father of the family murdered all the occupants.

They say that that visitors should enter Villa Nabila in even numbers. If a group enters the house in odd numbers, an “extra” being will be in the group when they leave!

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