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If there's a *they,* how would they know where borders lie? Furthermore, why would they keep their business within the borders? It's suggestive of human nature at work.
Originally posted by Frater210
reply to post by Zcustosmorum
Wow, that Twilight Zone episode is almost custom made for these stories out of Malaysia; right down to the ray guns.
Watching her chase the things around the room and under the furniture was pretty hair raising .
Trying to tease the folklore from potentially technological elements is half the fun.
Utusan Malaysia, 18 Aug. 1970.
Since 11 August students of a Vocational Institute have reported that they have been disturbed by three 10-ft-tall hairy creatures. These strange happenings occurred between 10pm and 5am. Several of the students reported that they have seen the entities with their own eyes. These entities have red eyes and they usually disappeared mysteriously into thin air. The Institute was later temporarily closed and all the students instructed to go home.
Berita Harian, 6 Oct. 1979.
Several cases of an encounter with a man with a dog’s head were reported in this town. A local resident reported that he had chased a man carrying something in his hands behind his house. The man suddenly vanished when he put the thing that he was carrying on his head. Residents of this small town lived in fear of this mysterious dog-headed phantom for some time until all the excitement died down.
Utusan Malaysia, 15 Feb. 1981.
On 13 Feb. 1981, at about 9.30am, 20 students out of 100 taking part in a cross-country run suddenly went into hysteria. The incident began with one of the girls started screaming claiming she saw a dark figure in front of her, then she fainted. This was followed by a few more of the students falling to the ground. Things became worst when many more began to faint and they all had to be taken to the hospital.
Nauseating, isn’t it?