Everyone has probably, at one point in their life, heard a ghost story. Whether it’s for fun or as a warning, ghost stories are pretty common. However, there’s no denying how creepy they can get. Especially when one experiences it for themselves.
Hong Kong artist Bosco Wong (黄宗泽) is apparently no stranger to the supernatural. In fact, he claimed he once had a close brush with a ghost while staying at a hotel in Malaysia!
A few days ago, the show “Drive U To The Hell (鬼上你架车3)” released their latest episode. This time, they featured Bosco as a guest and boy, did he have a story! Bosco shared that his ghostly experience took place at “the best hotel in Ipoh”. Apparently, Bosco had been visiting Malaysia at the time with fellow actor Moses Chan (陈豪). The duo were given two suites, each at opposite ends of the hotel.
Upon arriving at his room, Bosco tried to turn on the lights by putting the room card in the card holder. However, to his surprise, the lights in the room did not turn on. At that time, he was the only one in the room. The hotel staff had apparently stayed in the corridor. Still, Bosco was undeterred and decided to bring his luggage into the room.
But as he was putting his luggage down, Bosco got a nasty scare. The lights came on with a loud snap. Shocked, he turned to look at the staff. However, when he saw that the hotel staff was still outside, he realised something was wrong. “Because the (staff) all knew there is a problem with the hotel,” he explained later. With that realisation, Bosco calmly left the room, leaving his luggage behind to ask for a room change.
Bosco supposedly wasn’t the only one who’d witnessed something that night. He ran into Moses on his way to the receptionist and discovered Moses was also going to ask to change his room. The two came to a quiet understanding that they both had a brush with the supernatural.
Well, hopefully Bosco managed to get some rest that night. It can’t have been easy falling asleep after that scare. And if the actor ever decides to visit Malaysia again, we sincerely hope it will be a peaceful one!
Watch Bosco tell his story here: