A TikTok video went viral after its owner claimed supernatural beings reside at a famous waterfall in Dungun, Terengganu. She also recalled her mother’s death at said waterfall nine months prior and how her sisters and late mother saw the supernatural beings when they went there for a family excursion.
The user, Noratika Jamal, clarified that she did not see the supernatural beings herself but only found out about them through her late mother and her sisters. She also claimed that she saw them in the trip’s video recordings in her caption. In the following video, she added that her two sisters and her late mother saw a ‘giant snake’ and a “nenek kebayan” (witch).
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The TikTok user wrote that she noticed that her late mother was acting weird before the trip up until the day itself. Her late mother, who is not named in her video, even avoided her grandchildren and kept quiet most of the time when they arrived at the waterfall. She explained that people need to be cautious when visiting these places (with supernatural beings or occurrences), and her family has always been wary about the matter.
Unfortunately, on the same day as their excursion, another family blasted disco songs on a speaker at the waterfall, according to the young woman. “Everyone at the waterfall could hear how loud they were. We wanted to tell them off, but we got scared when we thought that they would come after us,” Noratikah added.
The mother-of-one continued her story in another video, recollecting how her late mother passed away at the waterfall. “She went swimming by herself after she ate. I searched for her while holding my kid and found my mother sitting at the edge of the waterfall pool. When I sent my kid to my sister-in-law, I returned to my mother and found her in a shocking state. Foams were coming out of her mouth, and her eyes were wide, staring at the waterfall. I called for my siblings to help me calm her down, assuming her legs were cramping at that time.”
“My family members and I cried for help to carry my mother back to our picnic spot, but no one came. We carried her while bubbles formed and came out of her mouth. She was gone by then”, added Noratika. She said other visitors at the time did not come to help them despite their pleas, assuming that her mother got into that state because of Covid.
At the same time, while waiting for the ambulance to arrive, Noratika’s two sisters allegedly saw the “nenek kebayan” come out of their late mother’s body. Her sisters said the witch only wanted to help their mother, but it was too late. When the ambulance arrived with the doctor, their mother was pronounced dead. “It was like a dream. What scared us the most at that time became true”.
She stated in her latest recent TikTok video that she told the story because many netizens had asked her to reveal the entire story about the matter. She thanked everyone who supported her, including those who criticised her.
Anis Sharina contributed to this article.