Resident complains of weird noises from Marine Parade flat -- that's been empty ever since owner died

Resident complains of weird noises from Marine Parade flat -- that's been empty ever since owner died

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A resident in Marine Parade had complained of weird noises coming from a flat in Marine Parade.

MP for Marine Parade GRC Mr Tan Chuan Jin shared this in a Facebook post on Dec 12.
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From time to time, we encounter issues that may be beyond an MP’s ability. And I mean waaaaay beyond.
House visit this...Posted by Tan Chuan-Jin on Tuesday, 12 December 2017
He had a house visit that evening and a resident had given feedback about chairs dragging on the floor in the flat above.

Initially, he thought it was 'another neighbourly dispute' but later found out that the owner had passed on and the flat was unoccupied.

He cited this as an example of how MPs may encounter issues that are 'way beyond their abilities'.

Facebook user Tsui Kyit also shared a similar experience.

[i][/i]"When I got pregnant, I always heard the strangle audible noises like door slamming, marbles dropping, sudden drop of things from 11pm onwards for consecutive nights, for many months," wrote the Facebook user.

She then decided to tell the kids to refrain from playing marbles, however, when she reached the flat upstairs she found that the flat was empty.

Tsui also added, "After the birth of my baby, "someone" always played with my baby's toys after midnight that we had to take out batteries or switch it off the sounds."

This continued on for years until one day she saw the shadow of the supernatural figure. She eventually moved out, believing that her flat was 'unclean'.

Tan Chuan Jin replied to the comment, saying, "Marbles seem a recurrent theme. Some of explained it to be from the pipes...pressure and some such natural occurrences... (sic)"
Another Facebook user quipped that he should use his Speaker's Seal to 'chase the beings away'.